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Since October 14, 2014
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Hello, everyone. I have written a collection of childrens' stories; a variety of tales that go from nature, to humor, and fantasy. I've also written everyday poetry, several short stories, and a "Stories of the Heart" ; a series of short romantic moments, a thumbnail look at everyday life. On the backburner I've written a play, "It Ain't Nothin' But a J.O.B." with a historical look at the early 1900's, and a one-act play, "Freshman Dreams" about the hopes and aspirations of in-coming freshman and where they'd like to be as seniors. Down the road I'd like to do some sketches to match the stories; I'm self-taught at this point. Thank you.
    Rated: 18+ · Adult · #2019052
    From the "Stories of the Heart" series, there's one detail Sally Jenkins doesn't know.
    Rated: 18+ · Adult · #2018926
    The first tale from "Stories of the Heart", mother and daughter await a loved one's fate.
    Rated: E · Other · #2018434
    A father attempts to explain what the rest of the world is doing while his daugher sleeps.
    Rated: E · Children's · #2017895
    Smokey, the restless kitten, visits a dream world where there are surprises everywhere.
    Rated: E · Children's · #2017571
    Moon Fairy Mary leaves home to discover there are other worlds out there.
    Rated: E · Children's · #2017125
    With creation completed, God must decide which season will emerge on the first day.
    Rated: E · Children's · #2016433
    Billy Goat Danny munches himself into more than just food for thought.
    Rated: E · Children's · #2015325
    A free meal in sight, three determined squirrels take aim at the backyard bird-feeder.
    Rated: E · Children's · #2015001
    Off of her leash, Lady discovers she's not alone in own back yard.
    Rated: E · Children's · #2014349
    Elmer the elf overcomes all odds to build his own plane and to fly, like the humans do.
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