HOPE: An Inspirational SHORT, 5,000-word Story (Ryn's Rural-lit Book 1)

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HOPE: An Inspirational SHORT, 5,000-word Story (Ryn's Rural-lit Book 1)

HOPE An Inspirational SHORT word Story Ryn s Rural lit Book This eBook is a biographical account of the life changing experience of HOPE that was gifted to the author as a child in In this word short story you will meet the real life girl who insp

  • Title: HOPE: An Inspirational SHORT, 5,000-word Story (Ryn's Rural-lit Book 1)
  • Author: Ryn Shell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This eBook is a biographical account of the life changing experience of HOPE that was gifted to the author, as a child, in 1953 In this 5000 word short story, you will meet the real life girl who inspired the fictional character Emily in the acclaimed series, The Stolen Years and A New Beginning Following this short story, is a 13,500 word sample of To Kill for a Ghost,This eBook is a biographical account of the life changing experience of HOPE that was gifted to the author, as a child, in 1953 In this 5000 word short story, you will meet the real life girl who inspired the fictional character Emily in the acclaimed series, The Stolen Years and A New Beginning Following this short story, is a 13,500 word sample of To Kill for a Ghost, Book 1 The Stolen Years by Ryn Shell.

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    One thought on “HOPE: An Inspirational SHORT, 5,000-word Story (Ryn's Rural-lit Book 1)

    1. Grant Leishman on said:

      Having read so many of Ryn Shell's books about the Australian outback and the Fyfe family, I was incredibly excited to discover this little gem of a memoir that covers just one year of Ryn's life. I had long ago realised that the hero, in many of Ryn's books, Emily, had been modeled around her own history and I wondered, just how much of Ryn was in Emily and vice-versa. Clearly, Ryn had a difficult childhood and although this book covers just one year in that childhood, it was obviously a semina [...]

    2. Billy McLaughlin on said:

      We are introduced to the author as she begins life in Melbourne in the 1950s at her mothers boarding house. The first half of the book tells the story of a life changing experience and her learning at an outdoor school for the under privileged. The second half of the book, bizarrely, moves on to introduce the author's other works. The short story is excellent, although ends a little abruptly. I wanted to know more. Give me more. There was a lot of padding to take the book up to a higher page cou [...]

    3. Lucinda Clarke on said:

      IT IS INSPIRATIONALI was attracted to this book as it was described as inspirational and that is apt. By the age of five, the young daughter of a mother who does not care for her properly, already believes she is worthless and her esteem is at an all time low. Set in New Zealand, the authorities there in the 1950’s are seen to be far more aware of those children who are not thriving. The author – this is a biography – is sent to an open air school and learns for the first time that certain [...]

    4. FionaCooke Hogan on said:

      A wonderful piece of short fiction. The author describes her harrowing childhood in a dysfunctional family in post war Australia. Badly neglected by her mother and abandoned by her abusive father she fades away with malnutrition and childhood despair until fate steps in, in the form of a concerned policeman and she is sent to the Forest Open School where she experiences the joy of nature and the possibility of hope through art.Well written and poignant.

    5. Cherime MacFarlane on said:

      It is very inspirational. I wish the place that gave the author such a solid reason to hope still existed. Grand story.

    6. Brenda Mohammed on said:

      This was a very, very, short but very inspirational memoir.I loved it.

    7. David Boiani on said:

      This short story made me angry and sad at times reading about what she went through as a child, but also left me happy and inspired at the end learning how she overcame those obstacles and used them as a positive in her life. A very interesting read, i highly recommend it to readers who like stories about perseverance.

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