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25 Most Recent Memoir Short Stories

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Tales of the Beach by Bob McNesby
A series of excerpts sure to peak your interest in reading my book...
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Talking To George by Patsy Whyte
From my memoir, No Easy Road, published in September 2009 and available on Amazon...
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Target - Good to the Last Puff! by Eva Pasco
My sister and I mimicked Hollywood glam legends who smoked like chimneys...
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Tarzan, Jane and Boy by Jansen Estrup
A boyhood swamp story recalled after 65 years..
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Teach Your Children, and Let Them Teach You by Keith John Paul Horcasitas
Memories of fun fishing on a Labor Day weekend in Lillian Alabama at a KOA Kampground, that included being taught some great lessons from a son. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young "Teach Your Children" youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yq6rusc_EjM..
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Tears For Sukie. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A boy says goodbye to his beloved pet...
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TEN THOUSAND FRANC FOR A BULLET by Dicho Disashi
Semi biography of a Rwandese genocide survivor..
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Ten Years in Heaven by Terry Rambo
It's been ten years since Troy passed in the automobile accident. He still visits when we need him...
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Terri's Journal (Entry One) (Tear-Jerker) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Terri Ben Ami writes in her journal, as a way to deal with the recent passing of her nine-year-old daughter, Nashi Danielle, who died as a result of Canavan disease...
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Terri's Journal (Entry Nine) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Terri Ruth Ben Ami writes in her journal as she reflects on the approaching one-year anniversary of her nine-year-old daughter's death. Image (C) 2007, Karla Dorman...
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Tess by Miriam Jacobs
When her father dies from a tragic accident she experiences loss, but mistakes it for abandonment. She falls into the arms of men, attempting to find love, marrying multiple times - each man exactly like her father...
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Thanks For The Memories by Gary Stephens
Bonny was much more than a "big boy's toy." She was a companion in some of my life's minor, but memorable, adventures..
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The Dreams of Life by walter hasselaar
The book is a short Inspirational memoir..
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The Button Box by John Williams
Possibly most can relate to this family memory. Most homes seem to have something similar ..
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The Miracle Tree by L. Figgins
Children are capable of bringing forth the sweetest magic that we strive to continually capture as adults.....
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THE POET IN A MAD MAD WORLD by Paul Mc Cann
A poets life for three years living as a hermit ...
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The Alliance by Carol Ekins
My Sweet Brother succumbed to cancer at the age of 29, but he was ready!..
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The American Woman by John Lomas
This is a story about a sailing adventure with an American woman who was just about the end of me...
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The Andrew Stories: A Mother Remembers And Reflects ... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A mother fondly recalls the times she had with her little boy who died too soon of a serious medical condition...
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The Auld Kissing Stane by Pat Mestern
What about the darn stone in the photo?..
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The Beast by Deborah Tornillo
Caring for both of my parents who were diagnosed with Alzheimer's at the same time presented me with many challenges that I faced head on and overcame. Alzheimer's also presented me with one challenge I didn't want to face and that was how to be a parent to my parents...
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The Beet Weeders of Shiawassee County by Pamela Wiedenbeck
How many of you have parents or grandparents that were immigrants in the not so distant past?..
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The Birth Of Death by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
for all of us who know.....
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The Blizzard by Pamela Wiedenbeck
Snow days, a rarity in Southern California, often led to unexpected play time...
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The Blue Collar Blues by Bob Stockton
A remembrance of the forties and fifties from my blue collar roots...
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The Broken Chirstmas Ornament by Chinda LaMicce
It was cold today. As I reached for a sweater in the closet this morning, I knocked a Christmas ornament from the shelf. It was early morning and while it was cold outside, the sun came streaming through the window and shone bright. I heard, rather than saw, it fall. The dull thump and unm..
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The Bush by Thomas Mutchler
yup....
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The Call Button by Walt Hardester
I'm so bad...
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View Photo of The Cannon at Pickel Meadow Read excerpt from The Cannon at Pickel Meadow The Cannon at Pickel Meadow by Gerard St. John
Pickel Meadow is the location of the cold weather and mountain warfare training center for the U.S. Marine Corps. Nearly 170 years ago, Col. John C. Fremont lost a cannon while fighting his way across the Sierras in a snowstorm. This is the story of a Marine who thought that he found the lost canno..
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The Carpet by Pamela Wiedenbeck
Holidays at home should be executed with perfection. However, that is not always the case...
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The Ceiling by Pamela Wiedenbeck
Many things hide in plain sight!..
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The Chance To Say Goodbye by Mary Cunningham
How do you say goodbye to a friend? ..
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View Photo of The Chaplains' Tales Read excerpt from The Chaplains' Tales The Chaplains' Tales by Gerard St. John
Two chaplains at the U.S. Naval Academy bring to mind two unforgettable stories. Jake Laboon..
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The Check by R. Steven Reynolds
Sometimes the bad is all we can remember, but if you look a little bit you will remember some good...
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The Chicken and the Egg by Pamela Wiedenbeck
The process of obtaining citizenship was not always long and complicated...
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The Chocolate Lie by Charlie
Some secrets are worth taking to the grave... ..
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The Christmas Tree - A Love Story by Bettye Johnson
Christmas memories and the importance of the Christmas tree to the author. ..
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The colour of kindness by Christopher Haynes
A person named James, Was a new boy at the school, he was liked by everone, the Girls, the boys and all the teachers, he always got great marks in the tests he took. But one day he was looking around the class for who to sit next to when he was late for lessons, there was a seat next to all his ..
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The Conversation by Hilding Lindquist
A conversation between a man and a woman..
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The Cookie Jar by Eva Pasco
Prying the lid off the past ... ..
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View Photo of THE COYOTE HALLUCINATION Read excerpt from THE COYOTE HALLUCINATION THE COYOTE HALLUCINATION by Bradley Fralick
This really happened! About twenty years ago but it happened, none the less...
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The D.I. by Gerard St. John
Do men really remember the names of their drill instructors?..
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The Daily Pageant...Kampot Edition by Morgan McFinn
Kampot news.....
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The Day Dean Died by Garrett Diamond
About my uncle Dean. ..
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The Day I Ran Away From Home by Lois Wauson
I was 12 years old, living on a farm with 6 brothers and sisters at that time. One day I ran away from home. It didn't turn out like I thought it would.This is a chapter from my book...
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The Day the Devil Shed a Tear by John Coppolella
Madder than heck, I decided not to take it anymore. A word to the wise: Don't feed the wolves hoping they will lick you affectionately and whisper loving secrets in your ear. Why? Because at the end of the day, they are still wolves...
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The Day the Milkman Came Late by Emile Tubiana
The consequences of someone being late with his task...
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The Day When Our School Closed by Emile Tubiana
Facts and The Days When Bombing Started...
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the day's fate... by John Leko
a short memoir of my terminally ill father who stepped into the light four days after this was written...
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The Deer Hunt: War in the Woods by Ronald Hull
My recollection of what deer hunting was like 55 years ago. I've hunted with a camera ever since...
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