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One Summer Morning by CJ Heck
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LOVE LETTER; to my love ...
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What will your opinions and perceptions be after thinking about some of the questions posed by this article?...
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"Those were the days, my friend. We thought they'd never end."...
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A New Blog Post About Panic ... ...
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Panoramic View at PITCH by Larry Rochelle
Up in her large office with her favorite football available for passing to other writers walking by, C.J. explained my tasks, all concerning the “Be...
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Part 8 My Car by Jimmy Holder
Fair is fair except in Texas! --- Another Brown Dust Article extract ------ don't miss the next extract where I will be talking about working...
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Part Of Me by jing javier
Something inside of me wanted to share a little part of my life with you. /b> ...
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PEACE CORPS DROPOUT by Larry Rochelle
As teachers, we are also in a quandary. Some Americans are keeping a list of professors who question America’s tactics in fighting terrorism. ...
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Peaceful Sunday in Guanajuato by John St. John
Newly-minted FSO in his first foreign posting uses leave time to seek out the "real Mexico". He finds it, and a major bonus besides. ...
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Peeks Across the Rooftops by Gerard St. John
A perspective of Philadelphia in the 1940s and 1950s, as influenced by the Frankford Elevated public transportation system....
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Personal Growth Through Breast Cancer by Diana Raab
Personal Essay about my healing from Breast Cancer....
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Play on! by Stephen Rea
The players and pub customers drift back to New Orleans to rebuild their lives....
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Playgrounds and Politics by Chris Cox
If you think the latest election for President was something. You should have been on the playground with me in 1968 when Big Bob taught the whole sch...
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Playing It Cozy. by Gerard St. John
Memories of a high school comedian and neighborhood friends who combined to create a Philadelphia theme song....
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Please Don't Wake Me Until It's Time To Go by Gerald Darnell
A collection of stories, events and humorous observations from the life of author Gerald Darnell. ...
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Posthumously famous Poets/ Writers by Hiren Shah
There are many poets who do not succeed during their lifetime but are famous after their death. Special effort should be made to spread awareness of t...
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Postpartum Psychosis Nearly Killed Me by Jennifer Moyer
Brief story of experience with postpartum psychosis...
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Preface Of Questing Marilyn by Marilyn Barnicke Belleghem M.Ed.
This is the preface to my first book Questing Marilyn. ...
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Productive Retirement by P. Zimmerman
Finding a loophole to survive the endless hours in just one idle day....
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Publish or Perish: One Author’s Story by Niki Collins-Queen
Like most self-publishers I was baptized by fire. ...
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Pumbrera by Arsenio Jesena
When I was 20 years old, I was in jail....
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R.I.P. America 2004 by Jeremy Vaeni
I'm calling for a new American Revolution. We shall call it EXODUS and it will involve moving to Canada enmasse ________________________________...
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Rainy Days by CJ Heck
Sweet childish days that were as long as twenty days are now......
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RAISING A HOOD by NEILSON WILLIAMS
Where WAR and LOVE collide....
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Rattlesnake Cottage - Snake-proofing the Kids by Celia Hayes
What to do, when you have moved into a tiny house in the hills, which is overrun with our slithery friends......
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Raw Judicial Power by Gerard St. John
Do we really believe what we say we believe? If so, we ought to act consistent with our beliefs. These are memories of how I was drawn into the debat...
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Recital For You My Friend!! by Tinka Boukes
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Reconsidering Rejection by Jen Knox
Notes on fellowships...
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RECURRING NIGHTMARES by Micki Peluso
A house I dearly loved keeps calling out to me through dreams and nightmares, . . .or is it the house?...
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Reflections and Remembrances of September 11, 2001 by Maria Daddino
Feelings ... thoughts ... remembrances of September 11, 2001. I will never forget!...
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Reflections on the Quiet Center of Life by Helen Downey
Finding a quiet time to reflect can be a lot simpler than you may think. Read about one way to reach tranquilty....
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Reinventing Myself" author Marlys Marshall Styne: BOOK REVIEW by Irene Watson
Retired seven years, widowed six years, childless, seventy-three years old, depressed, the author set out to find contentment through reflection and w...
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Relativity by Gerard St. John
During the course of a lifetime, we regularly encounter people who interact with us on a totally unplanned basis. From the vantage of hindsight over ...
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Remember To Laugh” by Maggie Kilgore: Book Review by Irene Watson
When Maggie Kilgore, author of “Remember to Laugh: Writing My Way Around the World,” began her career in journalism, it was a male- dominated professi...
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Remembering Dad by Marie Wadsworth
This is an essay I wrote on the writer's aptitude test sent to me by Long Ridge Writers Group. I was accepted to take their program but I couldn't a...
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Remembering Doug by Randall Barfield
I remember thinking at the time that they were such crybabies!...
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Remembering JFK by Gerard St. John
November 25, 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of the death of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy....
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Remembering Larry O'Rourke...and why I stopped using *stage Irish* by Patrick Talty
A cautionary anecdote about an encounter with a charming Irishman who gave me a short lesson in culture and language....
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Reprieve On Manila Bay by John St. John
A near-death experience, still vivid in memory. ...
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Review of A Brother's Journey by Richard Pelzer by Phyllis Jean Green
A story you will want to believe did not happen told with devastating honesty. ...
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Review of Trailer Trash from Tennessee by David Hunter by Christy French
TRAILER TRASH FROM TENNESSEE David Hunter Tellico Books Oak Ridge, TN ISBN: 0-916078-76-0 Tradeback, 199 pages, $16.00 Genre: ...
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Reviews by Professionals in the Field of Rehabilitation from Brain Injury by Rebekah Vandergriff
Reviews posted by Larry and Beth Jameson, Al Condeluci PhD, Janet Willams PhD...
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Revolution by Michael Jaquish
This is a chapter excerpt from A NOVEL LIFE: An autobiography of an adventurer and searcher for truth and meaning to life....
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Right Way and Wrong Way by CJ Heck
i>A child needs a grandparent, anybody's grandparent, to grow a little more securely into an unfamiliar world. ~Charles and Ann Morse/i> ...
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RIP Grandfather! by Deepak Adhikari
The sad passing away of my grandfather last summer...
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Rita Schiano’s book takes on tough issues from her real life ... by Rita Schiano
Writer Rita Schiano talks about finding the truth... ...
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Road Trip by Alan Cook
A lengthy drive provides lasting memories before losing its spark...
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Roberta by B.J. Olvera
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Robin Hood Played For Keeps by Chris Cox
Although playing marbles "for keeps" was akin to organized crime in my school, we thumbed our noses at authority. Only one thing could distract us fro...
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