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'Follow The Handyman' - the prequel to 'Seasons' - follows the protagonist, Matthew, on his callouts to various places in Gat County, and his interactions with his clients.
This is the brief overview of my book which I am currently finishing now. Only need a good publisher however I'm finishing. Have a good read and have your opinion if you want be inspired and aspire it inspire others.
This is the book about the story of my life ups and downs trust you me you...
for so long i have been sad and lonely
The book follows the life of Juliette, who has sought employment at a cafÃ© after her dismissal from an architectural firm due to an internal restructuring. She learns that life at the cafÃ© is not always a bed of roses and struggles to adapt to its fast-paced life.
In the process, she gets...
The protagonist is Matthew, a handyman contracted to Pete's Handyman Services, and he has been working for Pete for almost four years. During his free time, he is an aspiring musician, which sees him performing at Brewer's Pub with his band mates, Keith and Dan.
Winter, the season this book is...
By Marcus Solid
Forget what you know before. just read and think.i dont fix spelling or punctuation only ideas.
Honestly i sit and wait everyday for war to start of for the lord return which ever happens first I will meet it with a bottle.
This guy adapted to this life he never though he would get into to until he realized I was just vision of the future telling he to change he's ways now for a brighter future.
Poetry | Updated Aug 30, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Finding someones imperfections perfect
Don't worry, and don't be in a hurry.
By Joseph Phoenix
A poem for those less fortunate than you reading this comfortably sat reading the words.
Spare some Change.
By Juli Monat
Just another dark poem.
A realization of the beauty of life during dire conditions. Open ended, which course of action did the nameless person take? You decide.
Short Story | Updated Aug 4, 2014 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
Apparently in the Twenty-First Century women have become just an object for amusement for the male population; do we really want our daughters and grand-daughters to be treated this way?