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H A Howe is a writer and lyricist. Every Picture Inspires A Story is her third collection of short stories. She has also written various plays, and one of her earlier ones, an historical play, was translated into French and German and the performance rights have been licensed for production in three countries, and it is being developed as a feature film. If you want to contact the author, you can email her on firstname.lastname@example.org
Many of H A Howe's songs have been published in 29 countries worldwide. A small selection of her lyrics can be found on this website.
This is a new collection of twenty-one fictional stories , all of which have been inspired by (but are not based on) a particular painting. From David Hockney's Pool And Steps to Van Gogh's Two Peasant Women Digging Potatoes, the stories are as diverse as the artists' brush strokes. Most of the tales have been set within the time frame of when the individual painting was created.
Whilst the featured paintings ar fundamental as they have triggered the author's imagination, they are by no means necessary for the reader's understanding or enjoyment of these varied and colourful tales depicting contemporaneous adventures ranging from the 16th to the 21st century.
This is H A Howe's third collection of short stories and lacks none of her unique style that always manages to captivate, and often surprises the reader with unexpected twists.
The book has already had some very positive reviews.
At 177 pages, the book contains 21 short stories.
It is available as an ebook on Amazon and all ebook providers, as well as in hardback in selected bookshops.
To find out more about the author please also read her article on the Female First website: