Suspended Bridges A collection of short stories On the journey to find happiness, one often takes the wrong road, attempts to cross the stream at the deepest current, or ventures to cross self-destructed bridges. Fear of falling prevents even the bravest of souls from moving forward and discovering that ever-coveted prize called contentment. The frequent inability to see the easy path is what makes the journey so perplexing and yet, what makes finally crossing to the other side so satisfying. Some may choose temporal stability over true love, while others may find that what they have been searching for was within reach all along. SUSPENDED BRIDGES captures the humanity in the quest for serenity, amidst pain. This is a collection of 15 character-driven stories, ordinary men and woman, old and young, who've lived, laughed, and loved, while never forgetting they've also cried, lost, and mourned. Included in this collection are 2 companion stories to forthcoming novel, THE HOUSE ON LAKE TACIT, scheduled to be released in June, 2016. "Throughout our lives, we establish connections, bridges with one another. Over time they erode, get taken down, rebuilt, or sometimes, forgotten. These neglected walkways, suspended in time, lost amidst forgotten memories, represent places, people or things we once knew. We all have these monuments, to friendships lost, to opportunities past. This eclectic collection of stories is about relationships: father to son, husband to wife, siblings, families, friends. Eloquently written, so that you feel as you know these people and are at ease in their presence. Another cracking collection by Jeffrey Goff." John Winter author of "Walking Amongst the Dead"