A Confession

Even though I wrote Death Wishing, a novel about dying wishes coming true, I can’t seem to come up with one of my own. I take wishes way too seriously, even when I’m flipping a penny into a fountain. I’m hoping the Death Wishes collected on this blog will help.

Got a Death Wish? Check the About page for contribution info.


2 thoughts on “A Confession

  1. Caroline says:

    I wish for everyone to remember their childhood dreams.

  2. A.M. Donovan says:

    copy of review:

    What do you get if you take someone that is very good at creating a real person, with all of that persons strengths and weakness, add a city that inspires dreamers and throw in one (just one mind you) improbable thing. You get this. A book that reads like straight fiction but has enough fantasy to tantalize. Then you take the one thing and realistically show how it would affect the actions and thinking of ordinary people. The protagonist is not a hero and never aspired to be a hero. He is just an ordinary man through whose eyes we see some extraordinary events. He tries and doesn’t succeed, or does succeed in small ways that (like most of us) he doesn’t even realize the success is occurring.
    So, if you could change the world with one wish, but had to die to achieve this, what would you wish?

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