Yesterday’s Tomorrow starts with an intriguing premise and gets even better. Langston Hughes wrote a poem that asks, “What happens to a dream deferred?” Ceri Hebert answers it in her very satisfying short story, Yesterday’s Tomorrow.
This story is not only immensely satisfying, but it gets stuck in your brain because it gets you to think—way more than those “Freaky Friday” shows ever did.
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And I’m even more thrilled to have Yesterday’s Tomorrow nominated for Book of the Month for March at Long and Short Reviews. Voting starts March 31st and ends April 1st. If you so desire I’d love to have support. 🙂