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by Linda Grover

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by Linda Grover

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25 Most Recent Biography Short Stories

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Just One of Those Things by Delbert Gilbow
Just a fool on a bucking horse..
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Larkie Loon's saddest day by Miller Caldwell
No 11 year old should loose a father. Larkie Loon, my father, did. Taken from Poet's Progeny - see books...
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Larry Who? by Don Barber
A brief history of Miami TV and one of my "what went wrong" tales...
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Latif Yahia His Book The Black Hole by Latif Yahia
This Book has been banned in Ireland and USA Book Shops ... The Black Hole,The Real Story How the CIA destroyed Latif Yahia's life, After his escape to the West reveals the role of the CIA in his Extraordinary and Chilling Life Story. The Black Hole is the next chapter in the extraordinary and chil..
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Leap - An O'Carroll Stronghold by SilverCeltic Moon
"Leap Castle, Co. Cork ( a brief history) Leap (pronounced as if it were said "leapt" without the "t") Castle was an O'Carroll fortress. It guarded the pass from the Slieve Bloom (a mountain range in Ireland) into Munster. It was once known as "Leim ui Bhanain", for the O'Bannon clan, unde..
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Leighton Park by James Coleman
Recalling a youth's impressions of a hometown park...
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Lets all hope for the best... Ameen. by Qamar Abbasi
Life... we all have different perspective of looking at our own individual lives. Some see it as full of struggle, some see it as the most relaxing thing in the world. We all have our ups and downs... but all we need to do is stay calm and focused. Above all, we need to keep praying that at the e..
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Life Motto? by Ronald Chapman
My story read live on “Arirang Radio's Travel Bug” show, South Korea. May 19, 2013..
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View Photo of Life on the Blueberry Farm Read excerpt from Life on the Blueberry Farm Life on the Blueberry Farm by Jay Dubya
Author Jay Dubya describes his eighteen summer experience as a field manager on the world's largest cultivated blueberry farm...
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Life With Diabetes by Ron Karcz
I haven't posted anything in a while but I thought this was worth it. This is probably worth passing on to a lot of people...
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Life's lessons by Kerry Compton Star Girl
When life hands us unbearable situations to handle, that is when the true learning begins......
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Like Father Like Son by David Arthur Walters
Oh, no!..
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Literature-A Blessing in Disguise by Aneek Noor
Literature..
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Little pieces from my life by angelina neves
How did I react when my mother died and I was nine years old…..
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Living the Legacy by Louisa Dobbins
You will have to walk in my shoes, to understand the favor of God in my life. From mess to blessed to become a blessing for the will of God. ..
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Living with Autism and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome by Diana Merilly
Life with Fetal alchol Syndrome and autism is a day to day challenging experience. Being diagnosed as an adult has given me relief but I struggle with all the past hurts and misunderstandings about me and still do...
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Lizard Hater by Beth Fowler
I shall live the remainder of my years resisting the consequences of having remaining years to live. ..
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View Photo of Local Legend Transcends Medical Technology Read excerpt from Local Legend Transcends Medical Technology Local Legend Transcends Medical Technology by Jay Dubya
Author Jay Dubya writes another column for his hometown newspaper, the Hammonton (New Jersey) Gazette. The town is honoring its retiring fire chief, a giant of a man weighing over four hundred pounds. Jay Dubya recollects and reviews some stories that have contributed to Jack Donio becoming a south ..
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Loner by Nicky Goodman
an old one, not posted -i'm reviewing.....
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Read excerpt from Lost Opportunities Lost Opportunities by Cathrene Howe
by Terrence G Howe (refer: Message To My Brother *poem)..
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Louisa May Mason Unveiled by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Karen Vidra this one is for you, I hope you enjoy getting to know Louisa. This is a fictional Piece better...God Bless Michelle..
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Lucy the Girl in the Window by David Raho
This is a story about a relationship conducted window to window..
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Lust and Lies: Confessions of a Recovering Catho-holic by Jacques Fleury
A story about my experiences in the Catholic Church, overcoming their hypocrisy to find God in the midst of their debris...
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Mabel by Louisa Dobbins
She caught a girl friends wedding bouquet. Mabel and I, enroute to her eye appointment, where she learned she would have one more surgery in her blind eye. Mabel began to recite:..
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Mad Dog by R Burton
A contrast in lifestyles..
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Maggie. The Bronx. 1934 by Martin Ryan
The essential truth in a bio excerpt from 80 years ago. Memory is never at fault in the heart...
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Mama, They Call Me Moses, Too by Louisa Dobbins
You're Just Like Your Mama ..
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Mapping Memory by Indialyne Pinto
A severe concussion at the age of 13 caused both 'anterograde' and 'retrograde'. What exactly is that? just read. This is the foreword to my book, "The Unread Chapters"...
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Marcy’s Story (fiction) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
At times I felt like screaming at them, telling them they needed to spend a day in my shoes and see what it was like. Sometimes I still feel that way and get irritated with those who act as if they have the right to think they know what I am going through. Kf only they knew what I ..
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Margaret by David Thompson
This is a story told by my wife's aunt about what it was like traveling from a rural area in West Virginia to high school in the 1930s...
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Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter, Architect by Gene Garrison
Mary Colter was born in1869 and grew up to become a well-known architect, quite a feat when women were restricted to careers in teaching, housekeeping, nursing, and were just beginning to break the barrier in secretarial jobs...
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Masterpiece by Veronica Hosking
This was written a couple years ago, but considering what today is I thought I'd post it...
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Measuring Miracles by Leaps and Bounds by MORGAN ST. JAMES
Heart warming true story of Rick Hawthorne as told to Morgan St. James. Chicken Soup for the Soul:Celebrating People Who Make a Difference in the Lives of Others. 2008..
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Mind you bike Mister man by Robert Harrison
A part of my life that would have been far to long to include as part of my Bio...
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Mistakes, mistakes, they raise the stakes. by Dario Cvorak
A short anecdote about my grandfather and grandmother...
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MMX (Michael) by MMX Razi
This is a story about me..
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Mom by Maria Cristina Azcona
mother..
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Moments Of Grace Day Eleven: As A Nation Grieves by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
We once again discover what it means for a nation to unite in grief.....
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Momma's In The Well! by Carolyn Matherne
Growing up on a Texas farm in the 50's, the Burns kids found everything there was to get into and survived!..
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Motherly Advice by R Kelly
A fractured tale about the start of my writing career..
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MS and Me by River Urke
This is my story with Multiple Sclerosis. ..
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Music To Think By by Pfire Duffys Closet
Memories are to be captured, treasured and shared. Some are gifts of rare beauty indeed...
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My First Sheep by Louisa Dobbins
Year 2006 - Dealing with drug addicts. I had no clue what I was in for... I find today in year 2014 that God has many gifts when you are willing to follow instructions. ..
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My 130th Story: Quite An Accomplishment!! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
I can't believe it: This is my 130th STORY I've done on Authorsden! I have NEVER written THIS much, even when I took Creative Writing (or other writing classes) in school over 20 years back!! (I graduated over 20 years ago from high school, back in June of 1979.) I am surprised I have ha..
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My Angles Said Hello by Vicky Jeter
This story is companion to my poem by the same name...
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My Apologies to All by Carin Spirit
I have been rude to some here and have posted some pretty bad rants......
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My Birthday... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
I hardly believe it, but tomorrow is my 43rd birthday. Not just mine, mind you, but also Karla's, my twin sister's. The reason I say this is because when we were born nearly 43 years ago, on June 26, 1959, we weren't expected to survive. See, we were born 3 months premature, and back then..
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My Brother My Best Friend by James Alonzo
Eulogy..
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My Career as a Manhattan Liquor Inspector by David Arthur Walters
I always wonder what gifts were acceptible..
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Read excerpt from My Den My Den by Sussie Due
This one is short. So I will just add it here. Here I sit in my den. With my computer system (affectionately named Hal), my phone/fax, two filing cabinets, a wall full of books, flags hanging on the wall (St. Andrews Cross, Rampant Lion, and the USA), accompanied by various oils p..
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