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Fiction can’t touch this one.

Sometimes the truth really is that much better.

Read Chad Cottle’s story, and you’ll understand.

Visit Chicago Now to read my long-time friend and fellow writer’s adoption reunification story, “I Had My Mother’s Name!”

Carrie Goldman chose to use Chad’s piece as her grand finale for “30 Adoption Portraits in 30 Days,” a November series in honor of National Adoption Month. The Huffington Post will re-run the series in January, so watch for the story there too.

If you like Chad’s writing, you can find more of it on his Amazon Author Page.

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Whether you want super-shorts or love, horror or personal stories, or a mix of them all, there’s something for you at the Natalie McNabb Amazon Author Page. Check it out, if ya wanna…

Gargoyle 58

Paycock Press

Paperback: $18.95

Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or FewerHint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer

W. W. Norton and Company

Paperback: $11.13

Kindle Edition: $8.99

Love Notes: A Collection of Romantic PoetryLove Notes: A Collection of Romantic Poetry

Vagabondage Press

Paperback: $14.95

Kindle Edition: $3.82

Frightmares: A Fistful of Flash Fiction HorrorFrightmares: A Fistful of Flash Fiction Horror

Dark Moon Books

Paperback: $14.95

Silent Embrace: Perspectives on Birth and AdoptionSilent Embrace: Perspectives on Birth and Adoption

Catalyst Book Press

Paperback: $12.48

Vagabondage Press

Kindle Edition: $2.99

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Finalist / Top 8
awarded for a work of short fiction or creative non-fiction (prose)
written by a woman…on a subject of significance to women
 
thank you Jessica Powers and Ann and Amanda Angel for including this story in Silent Embrace: Perspectives on Birth and Adoption from Catalyst Book Press
 
writers receive so many rejections, and sometimes it’s fun to share the rare acceptance note or announcement…
Dear Natalie:
 
While your story “Revisions” didn’t win one of the monetary prizes, it was one of the eight top contenders. Out of 622 entries, that’s quite an accomplishment and I hope it means something to you. With your permission, I would like to post your story on the Glass Woman Prize web page…
 
…In any event, congratulations on a compelling and interestingly told story. All the best to you,

Beate

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Finalist / Top 10
presented annually for the best work of flash fiction originally published in the previous calendar year 
 
two favorites in the finals:
Robert Swartwood – favorite by Robert: “The Chameleon Kid
Bruce Holland Rogers – favorite by Bruce: “Dinosaur
 
thanks to Jessica Powers and Ann and Amanda Angel for including this piece in Silent Embrace: Perspectives on Birth and Adoption from Catalyst Book Press

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