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Pass The Cheesecake

By: William Foster

First Name: Liz
Country: United States

I enjoyed this story. The writer had a way of inviting me along. That was fun. I spent a lunch break dreaming of the sound of the ocean.

First Name: Toni
Country: United States Of America

This guy must have been on my vacation. Ok, it was lobster in Maine for me and my friends, but the feelings seem to be the same. I hope he keeps writing.

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Peter Pan

By: Elizabeth Ecart

First Name:Olivia
Country: United States of America

Olivia is 3 and a half years old and enjoyed this story very much. It held her interest through the entire story. Thanks, keep them coming.

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Presents For Thanksgiving

By: Kim Tapié

First Name:Rae
Country: United States of America

As I was raised on a farm and have shared similar experiences -- I loved it. Let's here more from this author.

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Reflections On The Flag

By: Bob Stubenrauch

First Name:Rlisha
Country: United States of America

I loved this poem. I've never heard it said better.

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Reflections On The Superloo

By: Roy Hare

First Name:Elisha
Country: United States of America

Oh my gosh, this was so funny! Great poetry, great author!

First Name:Bob
Country: United States of America

My wife showed me this poem, we both laughed so hard. Didn't know that I liked poetry, but if more of it was like this, I'd be a complete fan.

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Rosie The Riveter

By: Mary Gopp as told to Sandra Smith

First Name:Joyce
Country: United States of America

Read your story with interest. Thank you for your effort and writing an interesting story. People like you sure did work hard for America in thos days.

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Senior Slumber

By: Carolynn Rae

First Name:Colleen
Country: United States of America

Sounds like a lot of fun! I can say, wish I could do the same!

First Name:Ray
Country: United States of America

Senior Slumber is a well written story that reminds us of younger days and enjoyable activities with friends. We enjoyed the humourus style in which it was written

First Name:Colleen
Country: United States of America

Sounds like a lot of fun! I can say, wish I could do the same!

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Sometimes We Cry

By: Linda Clark

First Name:Danielle
Country: United States of America

Your story was inspiring. Thank you for having the courage to share it with everyone. It is a true example of the human condition.

First Name:Amy
Country: United States of America

This story was uplifting as well as a harsh reality to some ways of life in the 50's and 60's. Thank you for having the desire to write of such things usually left unsaid.

First Name:Elaine
Country: United States of America

I read your incredible story and sympathize with you and your sisters. You painted a picture of abuse that chilled me.

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The Christmas Donkey

By: Lynda Blankenship

First Name:Roy
Country: United Kingdom

Maybe I should not pass comment but I love this story. I shall ask the donkeys what they think, it will proably be a rather loud Hee Haw of approval.

First Name:Sandy
Country: Australia

What a nice story. I enjoyed it and can really picture the stable with the mulling telling the youngsters the story. Well written, very graphic.

First Name:Catherine
Country: United States of America

This really is a charming story. The perfect addition to cookies for Santa and carrots for Reindeer. A new tradition for Christmas Eve.

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The Dream Eternal

By: Katrina Smith-Robson

First Name:Janice
Country: The United States of America

My God, I just loved this story. It was one of the best love stories I have ever read, and that is all I read. Not so much a romance story as the way life really is and what we all hope to find and so seldom do. But, the characters in this story each find it in such different ways. This really should be published as a book, I think it would be a bestseller.

First Name:Glenn
Country:The United Kingdom

What a read! I enjoyed it a great deal. What an account of a woman being released and being fulfilled. I loved all of it! That's what sex is about! I would of loved to have been the basis for writing this story, as I love women rather than girls.

First Name:Gibby
Country: United States of America

A really beautiful story.

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The Joy Of Being Published

By: William Foster

First Name:Janice
Country: United States of America

Congratulations on being published. You give me hope that one day I might also be published. I think I'll order the electronic book and give it a read.

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The Kingdom Of Bhutan

By: Allison Quattrocchi

First Name: Sandy
Country: United States of America

Allison, what a trip! Bhutan must be a very special place and very few of us make it there in person. Thank you for your descriptions and pictures. I enjoyed my mini-soujourn.

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The Misadventure Of The American Cousin

By: Robert R. Rash

First Name:Joey
Country: United States of America

This was fun, I am glad to know Sherlock is still at work. I too am a member of the Baker Street Irregulars.

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The Other Side Of The Moon

By: Miss Rachelle B. Villegas

First Name:Heinz
Country: Austria

You should be writing more! I like the way you play with words and the way you experimented with the psychology of the human mind...I hope to read more of your stories later!

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The Ox-Bone Skates

By: Dorothea Boyd Wolfe

First Name:Barbara
Country: United States of America

The author has a delightful waya of drawing me into the story. I love the simplicity in which she writes and also the Christian values she portrays.

First Name:Hope
Country: United States of America

This was a wonderful trip back in time. The author is very gifted. May I say that I enjoyed both of your Christmas stories very much. I have printed them out and will continue to share them with my children as they grow older. Might this be a spot I could thank all of the authors for their efforts.

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Two Days In Japan

By: Sandra Smith

First Name:Anna
Country: United Kingdom

I truly enjoyed this lovely remembrance. I lived in Japan for a few years and I seem to remember Nara as the site of a sacred hear of deer. I could have it confused, but I do remember the Cherry Blosssom season. It was nice to be able to join the author on her vacation. Thanks for the memories.

First Name:Fran
Country:The United States of America

I really enjoyed your story Sandy.

First Name:Bobby
Country:The United States of America

Good descriptions. Felt it was a little too personal and could have been improved with more descriptions of the people and their culture.

First Name:Robert
Country:The United States of America

Loved your story. Just the right mix of people and places to fire the imagination.

First Name:Dianne
Country:The United States of America

Wow, your story is wonderful. It gives me more courage to travel alone. I've never stayed in Hostels, probably an aversion I picked up because my mother stayed in Hostels and her experience was always tainted. This is a good site, it give exposure for authors - so not only are you an experienced solo world traveler, but also an author - ver impressive. I've never been to Japan, any coountry where English is not the primary language makes me uncomfortable, I suppose I should travel and experience more. Thank you for a very interesting, well written and inspiring story.

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