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I have 60 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 64066 times and 52 of my stories have been cherry picked.
71 of my 265 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 75 votes

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Hidden in the Mayonnaise (Part 3)

The Frybergs had a feast for the return of their prodigal son like it was a Monday, which it was. And the usual Monday fare was lobster bisque for...
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Hidden in the Mayonnaise (Part 2)

While Sam and Sullivan strolled down the concrete sidewalk, their mayonnaise soaked bodies continued to accumulate things like magnets. Dust and sand...
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Hidden in the Mayonnaise (Part 1)

A blinding red light glowed obnoxiously over the studio room at the WNRC radio station in New York. The bulb was a clear warning for all to stay out...
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George George and Mimi Face Professor Fluke (Chapter 5)

Read previous chapters: Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4 Professor Fluke was no longer in the form of that mustachioed, bespectacled...
Cherry

The Back (Part 2)

Fred then started clicking his tongue and shaking his head at her patronizingly. “I’m afraid you leave me with no choice,” he said, quickly jotting...

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71 of my comments have received 75 Great Feedback votes

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Excellent poem. Teriffically

Posted on Sun, 06 Feb 2022

Excellent poem. Teriffically descriptive. I can see the dark storm clouds and the snow falling through the beech trees. Such a wonderful vision!

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Posted in February Rainbow

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This is really the most

Posted on Wed, 02 Feb 2022

This is really the most engaging travelogue I think I've ever read. It's filled with such interesting characters and your interactions with them. It's just impossible for me to think how this could have been better as a first world tourist in a...

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Posted in Elisabeth and the Bonbon Girls

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That is powerful, a truly

Posted on Sun, 26 Dec 2021

That is powerful, a truly stunning work. I'd read a novel not too long ago about people who work at a mortuary, but this was far more descriptive and far more emotionally resonant than I got out of a whole novel. 

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Posted in An Undertaking

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Excellent

Posted on Sat, 04 Dec 2021

This is so elegant and lovely to read. Takes me back to those simpler times.

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Posted in 4

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I especially like the counter

Posted on Wed, 12 Apr 2023

I especially like the counter/culture word play in there. Thank you :)

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Posted in Iconoclasts

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Excellent, congrats on the

Posted on Wed, 12 Apr 2023

Excellent, congrats on the Cherry and POTD! Engaging and unique diary entries.

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Posted in Waiting for the Flyers - Part 10 Memories

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Great story. There's

Posted on Tue, 11 Apr 2023

Great story. There's something fascinating to me about false or fuzzy memories and this tapped into that!

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Posted in Tommyknocker

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I like the meandering quality

Posted on Mon, 10 Apr 2023

I like the meandering quality of this piece and the line about how you wondered what happened to his shoes made me smile. I also think it was funny (maybe true?) that werewolves are the reason you have a beard. I also have an affinity for old...

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Posted in Wolves and Werewolves For A Change

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This really captures the

Posted on Sun, 09 Apr 2023

This really captures the essence of childhood (and children at heart) when they break into something they love. It's a big part of being human. I liked your "kaleidoscope of butterflies" metaphor. Lovely work!

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Posted in I love Lego!

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I love nature and your

Posted on Mon, 10 Apr 2023

I love nature and your naturalistic poetry. I visualized it perfectly 

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Posted in Graceful Uplifting

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