Coming Up Short is a compilation of 15 short stories written by Bill Bernico. The characters in these tales are everyday people grappling with the ups and downs of life. From heartbreak to compassion, from triumph to failure, these stories explore the human condition in all its nuance and complexity. Thought-provoking and insightful, Coming Up Short offers readers a unique perspective on the world around them.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who is looking for a deeper understanding of the human condition. The characters are relatable and the stories are well-written, making it an enjoyable read for all.
- The characters are realistic and relatable.
- The stories are well written and engaging.
- The topics covered are interesting and thought provoking.
- It can be depressing at times.
- Some of the stories are hard to follow.
- It’s a bit short.
Learn more about the author
Bill Bernico is a writer and teacher from Pennsylvania. His work has been published in journals and magazines across the country, and he has won numerous awards for his writing. Coming Up Short is his first book.
“Bill Bernico’s Coming Up Short is a must read for anyone who wants to delve into the complexities of the human experience. These 15 tales are filled with characters that will stay with you long after you finish reading, and each one offers a unique perspective on what it means to be alive.”
“This book is fantastic! The author has a real gift for storytelling, and I found myself quickly drawn into the lives of his characters. They’re all so realistically portrayed that it feels like you know them already.”
“Bill Bernico’s Coming Up Short is a great compilation of short stories that are all well written and easy to read. The characters are interesting and the plots flow nicely together. I definitely recommend this book if you’re looking for something good to read.”
“Bill Bernico’s Coming Up Short is a wonderful collection of short stories that are well written, interesting, and thought provoking. I highly recommend it.”