Within this blog, you will find an eclectic selection of stories that seek representation with the hope of publication someday. A memoir that reads like a crime novel, a humorous mystery that inspired the image on this blog, a thriller ripped from today’s headlines, and a story about a family’s struggle to cope. You will also find a few short stories, each with its own flavor. Expect an exciting, breathtaking journey, with many unexpected outcomes.
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Dennis Hart is the owner of an environmental equipment rental company in Massachusetts. He was an active member of a writer’s forum since 2010 called "The Next Big Writer," where his work was well received and critiqued by other authors. His memoir, Life Minus 3½, was ranked number one for several weeks out of hundreds of submissions. In a separate writing contest judged by published authors, the memoir was selected third best out of 427 entries. It has also received a recommended review by KIRKUS.
His full-length novels include Gulf Boulevard, which has been sold for publication, Pictures of Children, Flight of the Owl, and his short stories include Storms, Bandits, and Heat Wave. He is currently working on the sequel to Gulf Boulevard titled Gulf Boulevard-Postcards from the World.