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Fragile Boundaries by R.E. Vaughn

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Fragile Boundaries is a collection of fifteen short fiction pieces, each an unsettling but realistic glimpse through the window of other people's lives.
Readers will find these stories more character driven than plot intensive, with an emphasis on the imperfections of the human dynamic, placing ordinary people in unusual yet believable situations and settings, some dark and malevolent, others light and humorous, all undeniably interesting.
Inside you'll find a reader favorite "Lambs Shouldn't Mess with Lions," a bruising memory about young people in a southern high school who love and hate like crazy, set in a time when grievances were settled with fists and not guns, by a generation then just as vulnerable to all the temptations and dreams as teens of today; "Joy Ride," a journey of discovery for a couple in a dying relationship that can't be rescued; and "How To Set A Woman On Fire," in which a young mother, recently widowed, lets known her priorities to the mortician relentlessly pursuing her affection.
Writing in the voice of characters readers aren't likely soon to forget, R.E. Vaughn offers a unique view in the everyday lives and dreams of totally ordinary people in situations not so ordinary.

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R.E. Vaughn


Feral Writer | Book Fiend | Southerner | Veteran | Pilot | Mad Scientist | All Around Stubborn Person

R.E. Vaughn enjoys reading and writing Contemporary Realistic Short Stories and Flash Fiction. The imperfections of the human dynamic intrigue him most.

Readers will find his stories more character driven than plot intensive, with an emphasis on placing ordinary people in unusual yet believable situations and settings.

A Southerner by virtue of ancestry, birth, and choice, R.E Vaughn has lived in Europe, and on the Big Island of Hawaii. He currently make his home in the South, not far from the mountains of North Carolina, and the beaches of South Carolina. He hopes to retire one day to the quiet and solitude of farm life, away from the city, and continue his writing. His wife and cats have promised an occasional visit.

An avid reader, he prefers the works of Leslie Pietrzyk, Hillary Jordan, Pinckney Benedict, Chanelle Benz, Tim McLaurin, A.M.Homes, Richard Russo, Donald Hall, Raymond Carver, Lauren Groff, Gretel Ehrlich, Dorothy Allison, and Daniel Woodrell.

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