INHERITANCE by Kirsten Gundlack

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INHERITANCE by Kirsten Gundlack

6.00

~26,000 WORDS
©2013
Quattro Books

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Helena’s disfigured face has defined her since childhood, yet with her older sister Grace’s unconditional love and encouragement, she is able to establish a sense of normalcy. Grace’s sudden death leaves Helena stunned and broken- hearted, but also leaves her with an unexpected inheritance. With only one day to make her decision, Helena becomes increasingly desperate to understand the real motivation behind Grace’s gift. Inheritance is a meditation on the power and fragility of appearances, and how those who love us help us love ourselves.

Kirsten Gundlack found her path into fiction by way of acting, ESL teaching in Tokyo, and freelance writing for creative businesses. She is a graduate of the York University actor training program, the Humber School for Writers and the Creative Writing MFA program at the University of Guelph-Humber. A passionate observer of science and technology trends, she often dreams of electric sheep. Inheritance, co-winner of the 2013 Ken Klonsky Novella Competition, is her first novella.

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