"Tinker" is Third Book in 2012 for R.L. Herron

A collection of unique short stories by Michigan author Ronald L. Herron.
By: Ronald L. Herron
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Aug. 5, 2012 - PRLog -- A melancholy love story that begins with a young boy and his dog; an intimate father-son moment while reviewing the stars; a young man's disillusionment with the tarnished memory of young love; a decades-long grieving over loss in the Vietnam War; these are just a few of the stories Ronald L. Herron brings to you in "Tinker."

Herron has been called a "master of character development" by Readers Favorite, who has chosen one of his 2012 books as a Readers Favorite Award finalist. Like his other works, the stories in "Tinker" are about ordinary people that touch on everyday things like life and love, loneliness, desperation and despair.

Some of these stories shine a light on dim places we often choose not to talk about: societal illnesses like hatred, bigotry, despondency and war. A few may speak of truly dark things, but they also touch gently on the bright, soft things of life; the subtle butterfly wings of love and hope that, even in the midst of depair, occasionally tickle our minds and hearts.
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