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Wishing on a Blue Star [PDF / EPUB] Wishing on a Blue Star A Special Project by Dreamspinner Press ManLoveRomance Press Edited by Kris Jacen How much impact can someone have on your life if you’ve never met them face to face In this electronic age of E mail A Special Project by Dreamspinner Press a Blue PDF ✓ ManLoveRomance Press Edited by Kris Jacen How much impact can someone have on your life if you’ve never met them face to face In this electronic age of E mails electronic publishing and social networks uite a lot Through his emails stories and blog author Patric Michael has touched numerous hearts minds and lives from the start of his career and further as he now takes us along on his journey to battle cancer Along the way Patric shows us a side of life that not many truly see how we Wishing on ePUB Ñ are all a part of something larger than just ourselves and how we are each touched by others for the betterment of allNow those that have been touched by Patric and his words have joined together to give something back to him and to us all through something he values highly – words In this compilation short stories poems and anecdotes combined with excerpts from Patric's blog and a few entertaining educational group posts reveal and celebrate the man who has touched so many hearts and mindsThis collection is a gift from all our hearts to celebrate Patric on a Blue MOBI ô and give strength and a little levity to others The price reflects this; no one is receiving royalties or payment from the sales Use it to celebrate life celebrate words and possibly inspire someone who needs it.

10 thoughts on “Wishing on a Blue Star

  1. says:

    OverallThere is no way to rank this book to judge it to compare it to anything else There are stories some of them funny some of them heart breaking I'm looking at you Amy Lane Between the stories or perhaps the stories are in between are blog posts following Patric Michael's experiences dealing with cancer and everything that goes with it This is a longer book as far as books in this genre go and it took me a while to get through one because I struggle with anthologies anyway two because there are alot of heavy topics on this books and three I'll be honest I was reading alot of books at the time I'm glad I continued through and finished it though I'll be honest I cried the last half an hour of reading Because my normal review style isn't appropriate I'll be looking at the blog and the anthology separatelyBlogPatric is a talented author and wrote some very lovely blog entries which illustrated his struggles as well as some other entries that he wrote during that time that lightened the mood Some of them were very difficult to read and some of them hit me over the head and told me to wake up and live your life Sometimes they were one in the same Sometimes they were sad even if that wasn't their purpose I'm glad they were shuffled in with stories because I couldn't have just read the blog straight through without going a little crazy from empathic stressPatric chose to print the blogs as they originally ran so no editing was done which made me twitch sometimes but knowing about it ahead of time saved me from being growl y I don't know Patric and I've only read one of his stories but I have a strange and false sense of knowing him Maybe it's just knowing myself now I don't know and I don't know if I'll ever have a chance to figure out which it wasAnthologyAs anthologies go this was fairly strong Some were hit some were misses but nothing terrible When Angels Fall by ZA Maxfield and Dreams of a Terrible Brightness by Amy Lane were two of my favorites I'm fairly certain there were others I enjoyed as I went but those two jumped out the most to me When Angels Fall was the happy ending I needed and Dreams of a Terrible Brightness the one I wept over was the horrible honest I needed This is a free book Maybe it will help you understand others going through similar experiences Maybe it will help you in your own struggles Maybe it will just make you pause and consider all the wonderful things you have in life without heavily guilting you into it I recommend everyone take the time to check this outYou can find my other reviews on my blog

  2. says:

    This review is just for Mary Calmes Linchpin Beautifully written and so poignant It's heartbreaking but still somehow filled with hope

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  4. says:

    Just Being by Jamie SammsPatric Hates AIM by Jacueline LichtenbergWhen Angels Fall by ZA MaxfieldSo If You‘re Sand Not Rock by C ZampaIn the Light by Lex ValentineTechnical Terms by Patric MichaelWith this Flower by Karenna ColcroftThe Silver Shard by Tame AdamsIs a Prostate Worth Finding? by Patric MichaelThe Lost Ones by Victor J BanisMushrooms by Brian HollidayThe Mentor by Jambrea Jo JonesLinchpin by Mary CalmesStupid Human Sex Tricks by Patric MichaelDragonfly by Jan IrvingA Tale of Three Curmudgeons by Jean LorrahThrough the Mist by Chrissy MunderLeaves by Moira McCainThe Better Part by Clare LondonHolding Purpose by DW MarchwellA Place to Belong by Taylor LochlandDreams of Terrible Brightness by Amy Lane view spoilerI was so sorry to hear that Patric Michael lost his battle with cancer 82112 Never met the man but I felt I knew him from his writings in this book Reminded me of my mother who also died from cancer Funny howno matter when the odds were against them all they wanted was just one day hide spoiler

  5. says:

    I don't think I can even begin to explain how much this book touched me I hope all who read this book are as touched as I am

  6. says:

    don't read unless prepared to tear up

  7. says:

    There is really no way to rate this book nothing would be good enough The range of emotions poured into these stories cannot be given a value they were uite frankly beyond the stars Patric's blogs were heart wrenching yet so inspiring Everyone including Patric did him proud Thank you all

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    Free on Dreamspinner

  9. says:

    reading this in 2020 and it is lovely

  10. says:

    I don't think I have ever read a touching book than this It's a book that I simultaneously couldn't put down and couldn't continue reading but in the end I read it all in one sitting I am not ashamed to admit that it reduced me to tears and nearly so even than that once Past the typos and punctuation errors that are present not only in the blog entries but also in the short stories there is so much real ness that they seem to fade away This was a very intense read and definitely worth all five stars that I've given it Go read it It will bring you to tears and make you think exactly how much life should be appreciated and not taken for granted Absolutely stunning

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