A Couple of Choices by Ajesh Sharma

A Couple of Choices by Ajesh Sharma

A Couple of Choices by Ajesh Sharma



Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 405 KB
Print Length: 133 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Language: English
ASIN: B07836YLTW

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#21907 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction
#49279 in Books > Literature & Fiction

Alex and Phyllis have seen life overtake them. With their dreams, aspirations, and love for each other crushed by the choices they made, their mental discord has led to physical separation. Ten years have gone by when she calls to say she’s coming over to see him. Their meeting opens up old wounds, old memories and forces them to think about their lives, as people, as a couple, as lovers. The story comes together as a reflection of their individual lives, their relationship and the choices that lie ahead of them.

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“Ajesh Sharma, is a Canadian author and playwright. His short stories have appeared in The Telegram Magazine and Unbound eMagazine. A Couple of Choices is his first play. He uses his blog, sloword.com, to showcase his love for wordplay and humor, his intense dislike for cats and his fanatical adoration of okra.

When not wearing colorful socks or attempting to play guitar, he tries to read, write, learn photography and spend time with one wife, two grown-up sons, one daughter-in-law and her dog on the outskirts of Toronto, Canada.

Links to his work may be found at http://www.sloword.com/published-work/

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Comments

  1. Ajesh Sharma ( aka SloWord )

    Hi,

    First of all thanks for featuring my book on your blog. It means a lot to have it out there.

    This is the first time I have put my work out there and I have been fortunate in that the initial reviews have been generally kind and positive.

    This book took me a shade over 4 years from the time I wrote the first draft ( which was a short story ) to the point I plucked up the courage to hit submit!

    It’s a story that came out of nowhere and then took on a life of its own. I believe the story is different in that it does not follow a traditional format and the characters do not follow any stereotypical or melodramatic modes.

    If, or when, you get to reading it, I would love to have your opinion on it!

    I also write a blog at sloword dot com
    Ajesh Sharma ( aka SloWord ) recently posted…Punjabi in England – The Romance ExplainedMy Profile

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