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Display your writing ability by publishing your short storys of less than 12,000 Characters. If your short story is more than 12,000 characters divide your story up into more than posting.
You can use Part One, Part Two, Part Three if you wish.
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Coins (Part 1)

- Gary Repetto
Genre: Teen
A brilliant student at a Catholic high school is too ambitious for his own good.
Charlie Resnick was an exceptional math student set to graduate that June of 1968 from Malloy High School in Chicago. Father Ed, his Advanced Trigonometry teacher crowed in the teacher’s lounge that
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Baby Boomer: Living Through a Phenomenon

- Vince Stalla
Genre: Historical/FolkTales
Follow Vince Stalla through the years as he shares his anecdotes and experiences in this unique history of the "Baby Boomers."
Can you remember the excitement and hysteria of Beatlemania? Were you drafted by the U.S. Selective Service into the war in Southeast Asia or did you burn your draft card at a college sit-in? Can you
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FAITH, FAMILY, FRIENDS

- by David Smith
Genre: Folk Tales
More stories by David Smith and "Texas Spirit."
Wy wife Charis, my only wife, is a teacher.
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Olivia Took Her Place

- by Luke Boyd
Genre: Folk Tales
Luke Boyd brings us more stories in "Coon Dogs and Outhouses V1."
On those Sunday afternoons when Doc's regular office person was not available, Olivia took her place.
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The Watcher

- by Kathleen A. Ryan/compiled by John Wills
Genre: True Crime
John Wills shares more stories of the heroic women in law enforcement in "Women Warriors: Stories from the Thin Blue Line."
In 1989, during a day tour in my third year of patrol in the Suffolk County Police Department, I received the kind of 911 call that typically does not end well—
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Locomotives, Bells, and Collections

- David Smith
Genre: Folk Tales
More stories by David Smith and "Texas Spirit."
Back in the ’60s when we lived in Dayton, Texas, Charis and I found ourselves saddled with a 75-ton diesel locomotive switch engine
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Luke Boyd

Doc Smith

- by Luke Boyd
Genre: Folk Tales
Luke Boyd tells us more stories in "Coon Dogs and Outhouses V1."
In that day and time, all doctors made house calls, and Doc Smith was no exception.
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One Good Shot

- by Shannon Leeper/ compiled by John Wills
Genre: True Crime
John Wills collects more stories by women law enforcement in "Women Warriors: Stories from the Thin Blue Line."
So, there I was, trying to stay warm inside my patrol car on a frigid night in Kansas.
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Infantry School as an MBA

- David Smith
Genre: Short Stories
David Smith shares more if his childhood in "Texas Spirit."
Though Dad Smith had but a high school education, he impressed on his three boys the value and importance of all kinds of education and his readiness to pay for graduate school, provided we focused.
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The Jesus Doctor

- by Luke Boyd
Genre: Folk Tales
Luke Boyd tells us more stories in "Coon Dogs and Outhouses V1."
In some ways he was just another country doctor.
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