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Since March 8, 2010
*Heart* 823 Community Recognitions
Mark Twain once said; “WRITING IS EASY. ALL YOU HAVE DO DO IS CROSS OUT THE WRONG WORDS.” I began writing when I joined WDC 11 years ago. I've not only learned a lot here, but I have met a few members, and I've made some good friends. My writing is eclectic, but I like writing romance and historical fiction best, but mostly I let my muse push me around. Helpful reviews/critiques are welcome, how else will I know if I crossed out ALL the wrong words? Reciprocal reviews provided.
If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way. 1st Pl Win Quotation Inspi
Rated: E
~1,996 Words
History, War, Friendship
Type: Short Story
Updated 4 years ago
"My life would be over if people even suspected. I couldn’t let that happen."
Rated: 18+
~1,892 Words
Drama, Tragedy, Crime/Gangster
Type: Short Story
Updated about a year ago
I was 20 years old and had been married for 30 days. 1st Place: What a Character Dec/2012
Rated: 18+
~1,943 Words
Travel, War, Military
Type: Short Story
Updated about a year ago
    Rated: E · Writing.Com · #1700113
    Come on in and let's get to know each other.
    Rated: E · Biographical · #1689062
    A place to keep stories that are close to my heart
    Rated: E · Other · #1689056
    A place where I keep my short stories, each one a short journey by itself.
    Rated: E · Family · #1785763
    Family is like fudge...mostly sweet with a few nuts.
    Rated: 13+ · Military · #1785922
    Stories of military life and war.
    Rated: E · Personal · #1691491
    A poem for my granddaughter, and one for a fallen comrade.
    Rated: E · Other · #1703727
    A folder to keep Flash Fiction stories.
    Rated: 13+ · Other · #1674487
    A place for my signatures.
    Rated: E · Other · #1723646
    A place to keep my images.
    Rated: E · Other · #1807346
    A place to put all the Writer's Cramp entries for the WDC 11th Birthday week.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #1794240
    The Georgia Belle slipped her moorings, separating Julia and Abraham.
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