Chase: A Special Person & The Discovery of Teddy Downing
Chase Mansfield and Teddy Downing personify a diamond in the rough in today’s society. Chase represents those who are naturally deficient in some areas, but graced with compassion. Teddy, on the other hand knows the pain of rejection. He is one of many being raised by a lone grandparent. There is a common thread that the two share.
Elmo is a story about an economic crisis in the small town of Miner. Fundraisers, food drives, and generous donations initially held the financial plague at bay. Eventually the township was forced to bend with the rest of the nation causing the dads to volley back with a clever remedy.
Judge Alvin Wong in ‘The Mouse That Roared’ plus ‘Lauratown and other Short Stories’ and ‘The World’s Greatest Rock Star’ and other Short Stories
This compilation by Matt Shea contains three books in one! Many of these stories first appeared as eBooks, but they are now all available in this softcover.
More Uplifting Stories From Matt Shea Books!
More Uplifting Stories From Matt Shea Books! is an array of stories that convey the values and love of author Matt Shea. Writings specifically designated to the countless unsung heroes that keep our communities rolling: the common man.
People like you and me.
The stories selected for this Outskirts Press Kindle were randomly picked from his many books. All in all; they clearly emphasize how its the so-called little people who catch the ball at a moment of crisis- and quietly save the day. All while maintaining a normal everyday life like the rest of us.
The King of Coalman’s Hill
For all his long life, Clayton Graves has served the people of his mountain community at Coalman’s Hill. The caretaker of the legendary Graves family home, where the doors are always open to those in need, Clayton spends his days bringing food to the hungry, warmth to the cold and helpless-and most of all, caring for his beloved granddaughter, Elizabeth.
The World’s Greatest Rock Star and other short stories
Isn’t it great to dream?
Dreaming is something all of us do. This fact poses a natural question. If conditions were right; would we actually be able to live out those dreams?
The answer is: “Probably so.”