Signs of Life by David McElhinny
The fragility of life, at its most humble and yet at its greatest, grasps at the heart of this collection of short stories. Christian principles and the significance of inherent selflessness weave their way through each of the four stories, testing the morals and guiding the actions of the characters: a teenager wrongfully sentenced to death, three unlikely pioneers of the future, a child who becomes a hero to his abusive father, and a scientist who risks his own life amid an unbelievable discovery.
Signs of Life is ultimately about the choices we make – the harder choices, the right choices – and how our destinies are shaped from these decisions. It is also about the infectiousness of the hope and courage we can give to others.
Soft Cover, 112 Pages, $14.99