K. J. Joyner & Katrina Joyner | There's Nothing Romantic About Washing the Dishes

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There's Nothing Romantic About Washing the Dishes

by K. J. Joyner & Katrina Joyner

A collection of short stories inspired by real life. Most represent a mundane side from science-fiction and fantasy writer Katrina Joyner that people don't get to see often.
Genre: Spoken Word: Audiobook
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1. Opening Credits
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2. Silver
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25:22 album only
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3. About Silver
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0:48 album only
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4. Over It
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12:10 album only
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5. About over It
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0:49 album only
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6. Ghost in the Water
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15:18 album only
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7. About Ghost in the Water
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0:24 album only
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8. The Glass of Capuccino
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12:34 album only
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9. About the Glass of Capuccino
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0:49 album only
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10. For Fear of Breaking Hearts
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29:58 album only
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11. About for Fear of Breaking Hearts
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0:28 album only
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12. End Credits
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0:30 album only
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A collection of short stories inspired by real life. Most represent a mundane side from science-fiction and fantasy writer Katrina Joyner that people don't get to see often.

"Silver" - Redemption can come in many forms, depending on how you find it and where you look.

"Over It" - Sometimes, when faced with your evil stepmother, leaving bread crumbs on the trail is not enough.

"Ghost in the Water" - When water spirits need rescue, heroes come in many shapes and sizes. A rare Native American point of view for the author.

"The Glass of Cappuccino" - Your fairy godmother may be closer than you think, and her motives may not be so easy to understand.

"For Fear of Breaking Hearts" - Fear can shatter worlds - and hearts.

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