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The Acorn Stories is a novel written as a collection of short stories. The novel describes the lives of citizens of Acorn, a small rural town in Texas, which counts 21 001 citizens (okay, the novel does not contain 21 001 short stories, but it contains enough to keep us glued to its pages until we finish reading it). For me, this novel was and still is amazing! One of the best things about it is how the author imagined the novel – as a collection of short “real-life” stories, written about peopl
The Acorn Stories, an e-book written and copyright by Duane Simolke. (If the title or content of this book seem vaguely familiar to the prospective reader, the book reportedly was first published as an e-book by White Knight Publishing in 1998, in paperback by iUniverse in 1999 with a second edition in paper and hardcover and “This Kindle version with only minor revisions” was published in 2007.)
The book presents the reader with a parade of vignette-like tales from the lives of dwellers in and n
4* Empathetic presentation of an unusual group of small-town residents.
“The Acorn Stories (Acorn, Texas Book 1)” is Duane Simolke’s novel following a town of diverse characters who experience a myriad of moments that bring them together and become intertwined in a way that is entertaining and also tear jerking. It has quite a bit of comedic aspects in it that I applaud and appreciate because it makes the novel more relatable, along with the characters being so likeable. Simolke set up the book as various stories that are occurring within Acorn, Texas, following ind