Recent Reviews for M J Wallace
The Train Jumpers (Book) - 11/11/2009 8:15:01 AM|
I read this on Lulu.....a banging story, no doubt but its different than this one. What's up?
I know you can only place so many stories on the site but I'd like a list of your magazine articles, please.
The Train Jumpers (Book) - 11/8/2009 11:47:54 AM
I read this on Lulu and I have to say you have come a long way with this story. I see the line editing did the trick. Mucho Bueno, amiga. Have you got a contract yet?
The Train Jumpers (Book) - 1/30/2009 10:48:05 AM
Without even reading any further I want to know what is going to happen to Sofina and her family. I think this is a book I would like to read and I will be watching your site for additions to this story. Thank you, your site is now bookmarked.
The Train Jumpers (Book) - 1/29/2009 10:44:28 AM
I really like this story but where can I continue with it? Is it still in draft? Please let me know. I like your short stories, also!
Everything and the Kitchen Sink (Short Story) - 11/11/2009 8:30:29 AM
I read this in Zimmer Train and I gotta say it gave me the chills. When are you going to post another murder mystery?
Revenge of a Deciduous Nature (Short Story) - 2/1/2009 2:09:14 PM
What a delightfully evil story. I had a girlfriend who stole my lover too. I wish I had a wishing tree. Sweet.
Revenge of a Deciduous Nature (Short Story) - 1/30/2009 11:22:25 PM
It seems right that a person who can write about ghost towns would also write about scary old trees that eat people. I liked this story very much but it is not one to read to the young.
Revenge of a Deciduous Nature (Short Story) - 1/29/2009 9:14:39 AM
Thanks for the short but I would like the story longer. Good story with nice setting. I can just picture that humongus tree with its gaping mouth. Nice visuals.
Revenge of a Deciduous Nature (Short Story) - 1/28/2009 2:57:49 PM
Thanks for the fun short story. I would have never guessed the ending and I really like surprises. I hope you will post more in the future and I would like to read the entire copy of Train Jumpers. That sounds like a subject that is rarely covered in today's print. Thanks again.
The Back Forty (Short Story) - 1/28/2009 1:36:08 PM
So when will you post this story? I have been watching and nothing has been added. I really want to read this one.
Revenge of a Deciduous Nature (Short Story) - 1/28/2009 1:26:04 PM
Garnet Ghost Town: Montana’s Hidden Jewel (Article) - 2/1/2009 1:26:26 PM
What a find and I am so glad u wrote this story! My husband and I r ghost followers (not really) and we love to see places where folklore and ghosts color the stories behind the places we visit. We will sure set up a travel adventure which includes Garnet the next time we pass through Montana. Very nice article!
Garnet Ghost Town: Montana’s Hidden Jewel (Article) - 1/31/2009 8:39:58 PM
Oh I really enjoyed reading about Garnet. I used to live in Homestead, Idaho and the family and I were able to visit Garnet just before the first snow, two years ago. That is one place you never want to be in the winter because you will never get out until Spring. We never knew this story behind Garnet and I wish we would have because we would of had a great old time looking for ghosts. We hope to read more from you. Maybe some more ghost town stories?
Driving the Oregon Coast (Article) - 1/30/2009 11:49:45 PM
I dig Oregon. What a trip. It is a wonder without a doubt. I'm wondering where I can get my hands on this article before this summer trip is planned. Let me know.
Garnet Ghost Town: Montana’s Hidden Jewel (Article) - 1/30/2009 11:14:20 PM
I really enjoyed your article about the ghost town in the Montana mountains. Someday I hope to visit this place. Thank you for your work because my family and I are always looking for ghost towns to visit and we had never heard of this one.
Driving the Oregon Coast (Article) - 1/25/2009 5:53:01 PM
Made that drive last July, it was totally AWESOME!!! Something not to be missed.
Garnet Ghost Town: Montana’s Hidden Jewel (Article) - 9/21/2008 1:34:22 PM
What an informative article! I'm a native of Montana and I didn't about this. But then again, Montana is a big state. Thanks. Susan