Evacuation stories, books, poems, and more

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My true experience during the evacuation of South Vietnam during April/May of 1975. I originally wrote this as a semi-final easy question during a Literature Class while attending Maryville University in St. Louis, MO, on May 19, 1990. The question posted was: "Person Who Left an Everlasting Impression in your… Read More

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COMPLETED!(First book of the Venom series.) The virus was first found in a test patient, a volunteer, mutating rapidly. The mutated virus didn’t take long to turn him into a blood sucking monster. It started with a simple laboratory test. Vampires did not exist, right? Wrong. They are not the… Read More
As world turns chaotic with zombies. A lonely group has one special gift. There gift is Jessie. Somehow she is invisible to zombies. Little do they know it but they are the luckiest group alive. While meeting up with a few groups, the small group seems to always just make… Read More
Two friends, a soldier and a medic, evacuate from the great city of Lutetia, The Capital of Carolingia. They flee in beat up army trucks with what was the Royal army in a sad flight to safer shores, and they discuss fears and bravery as the Hero of Lutetia lies… Read More

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House - Chapter 1 - the first instalment of my Life Memoir Read More

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This is a poem I wrote, it's a little bit about the Burning of Magnolia TX Read More

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February 15, 2010

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Rielle Martin is your typical teenager, who hates moving just as much as the next 17 year old. She had lost her father at the age of seven, more dependent on him than anything. She may seem normal and sassy, but there is more to her hidden in her mind.… Read More
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