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I have 266 stories published in 6 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 572460 times and 101 of my stories have been cherry picked.
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Moya Rooke

I used to have a profile, but it disappeared so I am writing this to bring things up to date.  First off, I love this site so much it has made such a difference to my life.  Now, if I write something and I post it to ABC it will get read by someone and if it's any way decent then it can get read by quite a number of people.  I feel my writing has improved and that is, in the main, because of the help I have received from quite a few people on here.  I don't feel qualified to give in depth feedback although I try to help with the more obvious errors, but I mainly like to encourage people as I feel that is the best way for me to give something back .  

The other reason I feel indebted to this site is the comments people have made about my work has increased my confidence no end.  Before, I would never show anything I had written to anyone other than my husband and his response was always, 'Yes dear, very good.'

So thank you ABC Tales and thank you to all the people who have commented on what I, laughingly,  call, my work.

My stories

Wars Kill People...Don't They?

Wars Kill People…Don’t They? 320 words To die for one’s country, Is a beautiful and fitting thing. They were words I once heard, But it’s not a song...


Home! 220 words I waited for him to come home, As he promised that he would. He’d gone to fight in the war, Not that it did anyone any good. War ends...

The World at War!

World at War! 2319 words ‘Get yourself down to the recruiting office you’re no use on the farm.’ said Squire. ‘Your country needs you. I shouldn’t...

The Labour Planet - A Working Title - Part Seven - 879 words Updated

The Labour Planet – A Working Title - Part Seven - Updated - 879 words Whittaker and Georgia tried repeatedly to get the door open, but it was no use...

Friday Night Fever! (A Late I.P.) Last week's theme Resurrection

Friday Night Fever! (Late I.P.) Gloria and I had just arrived when she suddenly spotted someone she knew, ‘Hi Jerome. Jerome…it’s me, Gloria.’ ‘...