The Third Thing

by sirkka smith

She: A bird artist struggling to understand humans. He: a shy photographer coping with the aftermath of a deadly disease.

Love brings them together on remote Mt. Arin. Do they have what it takes to survive the experience?

"The Third Thing" is a novel with quirky small-town characters, sweet romance, action, humor, and hope.

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About the Author

Sirkka Smith lives in the Pacific Northwest, where she’s spent most of the last five years in the fictional town of Lingen or stuck on Mt. Arin somewhere.

Besides writing, common activities include puzzling over the peculiarities of human interaction, blurting out impromptu song lyrics, and getting robots to do her chores for her. She enjoys most caffeinated beverages.

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