Wind Tunnel

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Wind Tunnel

Wind Tunnel Evolved Publishing presents a feel good short story WIND TUNNEL by Lane Diamond Literary Fiction Short Story The sad and depressing Chicago ER has worn down Dr Michael Sheehan He wants He wants to m

  • Title: Wind Tunnel
  • Author: Lane Diamond
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Evolved Publishing presents a feel good short story, WIND TUNNEL, by Lane Diamond Literary Fiction Short Story The sad and depressing Chicago ER has worn down Dr Michael Sheehan He wants He wants to make a difference He wants to give back And what goes around comes around Doctors Without Borders has just the spot for Doc Sheehan, and Pablo is gladEvolved Publishing presents a feel good short story, WIND TUNNEL, by Lane Diamond Literary Fiction Short Story The sad and depressing Chicago ER has worn down Dr Michael Sheehan He wants He wants to make a difference He wants to give back And what goes around comes around Doctors Without Borders has just the spot for Doc Sheehan, and Pablo is glad Doc came The local historian and storyteller believes in paying it forward, even if no one can understand quite how he pulled it off This feel good story is a reminder that when we do good, we get good.

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      Published :2019-01-27T20:55:57+00:00

    One thought on “Wind Tunnel

    1. Traveler One on said:

      This was the second piece I read by Diamond. I didn't like it quite as much as Devane's Reality, which I loved, but I thought it was still good. I'd like to get to know Pablo better. Entertaining read.

    2. E.D. Martin on said:

      Not a bad story, but I was disappointed in its length and lack of depth. The story began with a conversation between the doctor and a friend about his desire to help people, and I expected more of that - the medicinal, helping side - to feature in the rest of the story, not for it to be just about running. I think this story can easily be expanded to show more of what a volunteer with Doctors Without Borders does, as well as the landscape of the third-world country.

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