New book, released in July 2014, focuses on short fiction stories centered on the human experience and evokes an array of emotions.
Hartford, CT -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/15/2014 -- In this collection of 15 Flash Fiction stories, award-winning writer Steven Harz runs the gamut of young love ("Swaying to the music" and "She's as sweet as") to love lost tragically ("September 13" and "Working on mysteries") and finally to the promise of hope ("Invisible scar" and "The obit"). Also included are three bonus works of thought-provoking prose poetry, including "Descending the beanstalk" and "An umbrella for the bomb drop".
“An Umbrella For The bomb Drop” – an appropriate read for ages 13 to 103, is available in eBook format via Amazon Kindle and Kindle Cloud Reader at http://www.amazon.com/Umbrella-Bomb-Drop-Flash-Fiction-ebook/dp/B00LOXIOQY
In his writing, Steven Harz captures the exhilaration, pain, and frustration of love, all the while making the reader strive to find the perfect balance. His work will pierces hearts with memories of love gone bad or an undying commitment to not let that happen - pain, truth and appreciation pour out of his words.
About Steven Harz
Steven Harz is a Connecticut based, West Virginia born, and Maryland raised writer, and in many cases these places have become characters in his stories. A long-time creator in the visual arts, he now creates flash fiction and poetry where themes center on the wonder and excitement of young love, the trials and pain of adult relationships, and the process of just getting through the day in one piece.
Steven's works have appeared in Ink Monkey Magazine, The Germ, Pocket Thoughts, and Indigo Rising UK. In 2013 Steven won The People's Poetry Contest and in 2014 was the runner-up in the Iron Writer Championship.
Mr. Harz is also the author of three books of poetry and short fiction titled, "Songs You Can't Dance To" (2012), "Gas Station Road Map" (2013), and "More Pennies Than Water" (2014).
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