Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries: Sometimes Bitter, Sometimes Sweet by Sally Cronin @sgc58 #Single Authors Short Stories

Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries: Sometimes Bitter, Sometimes Sweet Kindle Edition

Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries: Sometimes Bitter, Sometimes Sweet is a collection of short stories with scattered poetry, reflecting the complexities of life, love and loss.

The stories in the collection dip into the lives of men and women who are faced with an ‘event’ that is challenging and in some cases life changing.

Even something as straightforward as grocery shopping online can be frustrating, and a DNA test produces surprise results, the past reaches out to embrace the present, and a gardening assistant is an unlikely grief counsellor. Romance is not always for the faint-hearted and you are never too old for love. Random acts of kindness have far reaching consequences and some people discover they are on a lucky streak. There are those watching over us who wish us well, and those in our lives who wish us harm.

More about Sally Cronin

I have been a storyteller most of my life (my mother called them fibs!). Poetry, song lyrics and short stories were left behind when work and life intruded, but that all changed in 1996. My first book Size Matters was a health and weight loss book based on my own experiences of losing 70kilo. I have written another thirteen books since then on health and also fiction, including five collections of short stories. My latest book is a collection of verse and speculative short stories titled Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries: Sometimes Bitter, Sometimes Sweet

I am an indie author and proud to be one. My greatest pleasure comes from those readers who enjoy my take on health, characters and twisted endings… and of course come back for more.

As a writer I know how important it is to have help in marketing books.. as important as my own promotion is, I believe it is important to support others. I offer a number of FREE promotional opportunities on my blog and linked to my social media. If you are an author who would like to be promoted to a new audience of dedicated readers, please contact me via my blog. All it will cost you is a few minutes of your time. Look forward to hearing from you.

My blog is https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com
And for more information on my books listed here at Amazon please visit
https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/my-books/

Our Review

Reading Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries, Sally Cronin’s new book, was time well spent, a breath of fresh air in a what has become a very stale world.

Each beautifully written story and the interwoven poems reminded me of what life is really like, far away from all the sadness and disappointments that 2020 has dumped on us all.

I loved all the stories, but I know that some of them will be remembered better than the others. These are the ones that struck a familiar chord with me personally.

Like The Wedding Day, with its wonderful message of hope.

The sadness of Long-Lost Love and the revenge of Gaffer Tape, so satisfying!

My favourite must be The Nanny, I needed tissues for this one!

I can thoroughly recommend this book as the perfect escape from life and all of its problems!

© Jaye Marie 2021

28 thoughts on “Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries: Sometimes Bitter, Sometimes Sweet by Sally Cronin @sgc58 #Single Authors Short Stories

  1. Thank you so much Jaye and Anita for this lovely review of a collection that kept me hopeful throughout the year. Longer that any collection has taken me but it kept me going.. So pleased you enjoyed and touched by the stories you particularly enjoyed. I will add with great pride to my book and review page on the blog and in the cafe and bookstore.. love and hugs Sally.

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  2. Pingback: Smorgasbord Short Stories – What’s in a Name? – Vanessa – In a Dilemma by Sally Cronin | Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

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