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25 Most Recent Memoir Short Stories

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P J Oszmann 1934 - 2010 by andrea coltman
To all those who have read my father's work and have had contact with him, I thank you for your time. There will be a huge void that cannot be refilled...
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Pageant by Ladiladah Inc.
The streets have no names--22 years ago/b> Tuesdays and Fridays, I attend a Dutch language course at Dutch Royal Shell. This entails catching the stoptrein from Diemen to Amsterdam Central Station. Crossing the street and waiting at a pier on the Ij River. I always look for a no-smoking car ..
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Paintings of an Eccentric by J Fraser
With age, came the words of wisdom. After meeting Doreen, I realized immediately that this elderly woman had a passion for life. Her eccentricity and charm offered me inspiration, as well as a glimpse into the past. A time long forgotten...
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Pancaked Alzheimer's Memories Running Through My Head by Keith John Paul Horcasitas
Memories of two great Baton Rouge annual community events held in the fall: Alzheimer's Walk/Run to Remember and the Downtown Baton Rouge Kiwanis Club Pancake Festival. Pic: Keith outside on Saturday, 10/19/2013 of LSU's PMAC holding a Pancake from the Downtown Baton Rouge Kiwanis Pancake F..
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View Photo of Pappy O'Rourke Read excerpt from Pappy O'Rourke Pappy O'Rourke by Gerard St. John
Where but in the military is a 34-year-old called "Pappy?" Where else do we get a one-year snapshot of a man's life?..
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Part Two- Clare's Wartime Journal by E T Waldron
Tom comes home!..
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Pat Dunn-Continuance by Tony Nerone
Memories..
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Performance by Pamela Wiedenbeck
Conquering the anxieties of public speaking is not for the faint of heart..
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Petals of Love by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
Poetic Moments I Captured... Gardening Infuses the Soul... Meet Sarah.....
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Pink and White Shell by Sara Cunningham
just a little exercise and a walk on across a beach...
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View Photo of PIRANHAS, PACUS, & OTHER WILD THINGS Read excerpt from PIRANHAS, PACUS, & OTHER WILD THINGS PIRANHAS, PACUS, & OTHER WILD THINGS by Bradley Fralick
This ALSO happened many years ago!..
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Plain Ole' Ted by Michelle Mills
A very special kind of love.....
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View Photo of Play It Again, Sam! Read excerpt from Play It Again, Sam! Play It Again, Sam! by Gerard St. John
A familiar tune; it's deja vu all over again. What is its name? There it goes again...
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Pocket Full of Dreams by Rodney Bohen
I believe of fervent heart Carla that a dream wrapped in our heart must first be spoken and proclaimed, or even whispered to another before it is given wings of magnificence to fly..
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Poetry Reading/Dec.1st by Rob Feller
On Sunday, Dec. 1st, I'll be giving a Poetry Reading/Book Signing at St. Dunstan's Church..
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Pop by Bob Stockton
Memories of my father...
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Postscript to Snapshots In Memory of Ben by Alan Busch
Postscript to my book .....
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View Photo of Prince Albert Read excerpt from Prince Albert Prince Albert by Gerard St. John
Do you have Prince Albert in a can? This corny joke gave Al Sheppard a nickname that he liked, and Al lived up to his name...
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Priorities and Charity by Yael Shahar
An excerpt from A Damaged Mirror..
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Prologue and Chapter 21: The Backgammon Game by Randi Fine
“Relationships don’t just happen. They take work.” I don’t know exactly where I heard that advice but the concept had stuck to my psyche like burs to a cotton sock. ..
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Read excerpt from pulp sales pulp sales by leigh leigh
I sell organic wines. This is my story...some of it...
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Purses by Connie Stevens
Like the previous story, "Shoes" I explore my different relationship with my mother and maternal grandmother. This is just a taste of some of their fancies and foibles and how I was shaped by them. Much like "Shoes" everyone has some memory of a purse and its owner somewhere in their lives. Pleas..
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Rabbit Every Tuesday - Prologue by Mark Whittaker
Prologue from my first novel "Rabbit Every Tuesday", an urban fable based on absolute truths. After this, things get pretty interesting.....
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Radio Days by Gary Stephens
Radio’s effect on me is unique—a feeling of home, warmth, connection over long distances—and the feeling is strongest at Christmas..
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Ragamuffin... by Susan Beck
A memory from childhood.....
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Raining Memories. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A teenage boy remembers his father, who died 1 year ago. This is his story...
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Reaching for the Moon by Lois Wauson
Clare was a little girl growing up in S. Texas in the 30's. As a child she was always fascinated by the moon ..
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Read excerpt from Red Desert Lillies Red Desert Lillies by Dan Waters
The fist time I saw a heroin user..
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Red Shoes by Wanda Harrell
© 2006, Wanda L. Harrell ..
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RedBud Blossom-Seeds of Family by KK Tales
Dreams do come TRUE if GOD's hand is guiding you. So do the right thing, LOVE HOPE & PRAY for what HE may bring...
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Rediscovery of self by Deborah Richards
LET'S GIVE THEM SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT..
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View Photo of Reflections. Read excerpt from Reflections. Reflections. by Gerard St. John
We deal in perceptions in all aspects of our lives. These are some examples from family, the military and the courtroom. As we say in Philadelphia, "It's a matter of attytood!"..
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Remembering a Fallen Shipmate by Bob Stockton
As Veterans Day approaches I am thinking of my fallen shipmate, Ronnie Gagnon...
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Remembering for the Future by Jozef Imrich
Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can praise them, disagree with them, quote them, disb..
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Remembering Kaysa: Kaylee Beausoleil Writes ... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Kaylee Beausoleil of Nashville, Tennessee, reflects on her daughter who died almost two years ago and what is new in their lives since then...
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Remembering Mediterranean Vacations by Emile Tubiana
The Author remembers his Mediterranean Vacations when he was a teenager...
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Remembering Michael Jackson: A Memoir... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Michael Jackson: dead today; he was only fifty years old. Too, too young! :(..
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Remembering Mortie: A Tribute (By Peter Haskell) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young teenaged boy reflects on his father's brother (his uncle), who died at the sudden age of 36 due to heart problems. His uncle was mentally disabled...
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Remembering to remember… by Peter Oszmann
I don’t suppose that anyone with memories of tragic events, atrocities, or nightmares that intrudes into reality, chooses or wishes to remember. I certainly don’t. I would be much happier if I could forget them... ..
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Resent Letter to Ben, 9/1/08 by Alan Busch
A father discusses several life questions with his late son .....
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Resourceful Disassembly by Sandy Knauer
I doubt a stranger would have chosen any of these items from the house full of selections..
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Return Of My First by Tony Nerone
Another Story Of What If?..
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Return to a Southern County Fair Ground! by J.E. Thompson
Sometimes memories make you feel so good!..
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REVELATION of PROPHECY by NEILSON WILLIAMS
Spread the WORD..
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Richer than the Sum of My Skirt by Birdie Jaworski
I ponder my torn skirt, my son, my lifetime of hesitant choices...
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Rico, DeePee, Leaky and the “War Wagon” by Alex Drinkwater, Jr.
Otherwise know as "How I Spent the Summer of '65." (Pretty much a true story . . .)..
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Rides on waves...Moriyakisan by seriously dave
I cried while I wrote this. I began to think of the times that I had spent with Moriyakisan, and my eyes began to water something fierce! How can I write about Mori. That's what Lou, Greg, Eiko, Gene and I called him. lets see... How shall I write this? ..
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Rides on waves..My best friend Rick by seriously dave
what is a "real" friend anyway? is there such a thing anymore? This is not "the first chapter" in my book. I have about 40 stories finished and ready for scrutiny (if you will) and please...Please let me know what you think. My books title is "Rides on waves" with the sub title "under the wi..
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River of Memories: An Appalachian Boyhood - Table of Contents by David Thompson
Below is the Table of Contents...
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Robert Lax & The New Yorker Magazine by Morgan McFinn
Robert Lax was an accomplished and very talented writer whom I first met on the Greek island of Patmos in 1982. We remained friends for 17 years...
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A life's journey through child abuse, polio, bladder Cancer, caregiving and more. Inspirational showing that with perservance we can survive it all...  
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A first generation American, who overcame the poverty and tragedy of childhood to forge a brighter path for himself and his three daughters...  
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