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Childhood’s Last Summer

Marisa Grace Porter is the author of Childhood’s Last Summer, a short story.

Childhood’s Last Summer is available on Amazon. And it’s only 99 cents! Less than the price of a mediocre cup of coffee.

PURCHASE FOR KINDLE

“Isla and Lucas meet at a school sport when they are nine, and over art, soccer in the back yard, and brownies in the old Iverson kitchen, they form a rare and beautiful friendship that grows through the years. Everything is about to change. A coming of age short story.”

Childhood’s Last Summer: A Short Story by Marisa Grace Porter via @virtuallymarisa https://goo.gl/sHUyVb #indieauthor #createspace #newreleases


A Calisbury Christmas—Coming Thanksgiving 2019!

A 28-page fully illustrated children’s Christmas book.

Description: Elijah had one goal—to save his family’s Christmas tradition of rosemary potato soup. But when this quest led him to a village that was as dark and cold as his own was bright and merry, he had to choose between keeping Christmas to himself or sharing it with others.

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Elijah had one goal—to save his family’s Christmas tradition of rosemary potato soup. But when this quest led him to a village that was as dark and cold as his own was bright and merry, he had to choose between keeping Christmas to himself or sharing it with others.

But soon he came upon the place where the road went three ways, and there was an old and wooden sign that said, “Calisbury.”

At first, Elijah did not believe his eyes. Calisbury? Was this the town… he had come out to see?

But…but it was dark!

There were no candles set in the windowsills, no trees with candles showing through the windows, no candles at all. There were no lanterns tied with mistletoe along the main street, no pines festively and lovingly adorned with holly and lights and oranges. Aside from the odd lantern and the lights from one or two houses with families that had not yet gone to bed, it was dark.”

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