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Ray Ellis Short Story: “I”

Posted on: July 9, 2012

ImageChilling yet gripping, “I” reminds the reader that though our days on earth are brief, they launch us into forever. But, the question is, what kind of forever? With steady intense beats, author Ray Ellis moves his protagonist from encounters with himself to encounters with his Maker — to an encounter with his destiny. This is not a story one can put in a drawer and forget.

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