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by SMITHSWOODSIDE
Apr 1, 2003 Not TOTALLY Crazy
Practical yet radical – idealistic yet realistic!... read full review
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by Granniemose
Jun 4, 2003 LADY LORIANNE’S JOURNAL Doc’s Medieval W/O Part I
'Tis a fun write off of life and love in the year 1495. ... read full review
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by Granniemose
Oct 14, 2002 My Country’s Flag – Masquerade Write Off
Sew what do you think?... read full review
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by Granniemose
Oct 4, 2005 A LITTLE BOY LOST (part 2)
I am sure a fine dog like Champy survived. His adventures could be a whole new story. I think the August family finally found him.... read full review
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by LEDOMAINE
Dec 23, 2002 LIBERTY ...Or Else!!!
In celebration of the Season, a fiction that is a fact of love, peace filled with goodwill and wishes of good cheer! Happy Holidays!!... read full review
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by Granniemose
Oct 3, 2005 A Little Boy Lost (part 1)
a story about recent history. The bottom line was washed away.... read full review
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by Granniemose
Jun 4, 2003 LADY LORIANNE’S JOURNAL Doc’s Medieval W/O Part II
Twas a fun W/O although the author's concept of 1495 may be a bit skewered.... read full review
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by artbyjude
Oct 19, 2002 GMBB (3) 1931 (LEAVING ON A TRAIN) Letters to Virginia
In 1931, Virginia and her family left Chicago and headed west to South Dakota. Virginia and her mother and sister went on ahead, on the train.... read full review
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by artbyjude
Oct 15, 2002 GMBB (2) -Letters to Virginia -The Red Bird
Creativity and imagination are two things important in Granniemose's life. She has an abundance of both, and a sense of humor as well!... read full review
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by Granniemose
Aug 21, 2002 BOOTS (Part 4)
This is the final part to the short story Boots. Please read parts one, two and three. My thanks to Peter.... read full review
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by artbyjude
Oct 12, 2002 GMBB WO (1) LETTERS TO VIRGINIA--DEARBORN, MICHIGAN
It had to start somewhere. Why not here?... read full review
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by artbyjude
Oct 23, 2002 GMBB (5)-The Broken Arm-Letters to Virginia.
The Depression, a one-room schoolhouse. A curious tale, but a little girl who was indeed fearless-of most things that is. ... read full review
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by Granniemose
Aug 21, 2002 BOOTS (part 3)
This is Part 3 of the short Story Boots. It makes more sense if you read them in sequence.... read full review
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by Granniemose
Aug 21, 2002 BOOTS (part 2)
This is the second part of the long short story Boots. Please read Part one first.... read full review
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by artbyjude
Oct 27, 2002 GMBB (9 ) Letters to Virginia -The Gift-1932
The gift that comes from your heart, is always the right one. Otherwise, a gift certificate will do. (Joking, really!) ... read full review
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by Granniemose
Aug 21, 2002 BOOTS-(Part 1)
This is fiction based on history. The story is written in 4 parts. This is Part 1.... read full review
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by artbyjude
Oct 26, 2002 GMBB (8) Letters to Virginia-Christmas- 1935
The BOTTOM line? You must be kidding! How could they know that THIS was about that?... read full review
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by Bounty628
Feb 24, 2003 A letter home from Vienna in 1889
What a letter from an American in Vienna in 1889 back home would probably look like.... read full review
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by aohcapablanca
Nov 22, 2008 How Revive A Classic From Obscurity? The Case Of Fenimore Cooper's THE WEPT OF WISH-TON-WISH
Cooper's historical novel THE WEPT OF WISH-TON-WISH is a profoundly great book. To make it reader friendly, new editions should include maps and diagrams of its battle scenes.... read full review
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by aohcapablanca
Nov 3, 2008 What can a novel teach? Case study of John Lister-Kaye: ONE FOR SORROW.
Pictures on the dust jacket and words of Chapter One clue us murder is coming. Men and women fight "incomers" and one another over how best use the Scottish Highlands.... read full review
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