Kennedy stories, books, poems, and more

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November 22, 1963. How it was. Read More
Here's a freebie for you, by way of a poem that features in 2 of my books - 'Riggederendum Blues' & 'Meritocracy : A Revolution Of The Mind.' Enjoy... Read More

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This is a story that may confuse you a but but it will all add up in the end please ignore the spelling mistakes and grammar, i get carried away writing then struggle to find time for proof reading. Essentially the story has a bit of romance, a bit of… Read More
Kennedy wanted an exciting Friday night, and when the Johnson boys showed her a secret door, that's what she got. But now, things weren't so exciting. They were frightening. The children must work together to get back to the Johnson's. Read More

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Kennedy is mad. It's Friday night, and instead of going out with her friends, but she can't go out with her friends. Thanks to her parents, she's stuck babysitting the Johnson boys. Little did she know, this would be the most exciting Friday night of her life. Read More

Miscellaneous / Non-Fiction

October 29, 2013

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CUBA History timeline Read More

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Phoebe Bradshaw is the typical high school junior. Except for the fact that her boyfriend's brother is the only one for her. No one knows about Phoebe's dark past, not even her best friend, Jules. Does Matthew love her back? Will he accept her for all her mistakes? Read The… Read More
Clues in the UFO phenomenon Read More

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I used this in a balloon debate which I won Read More

Book / Thrillers

July 28, 2012

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Alice Watts, is happily married to a man called Ryan. One day she is brutally attacked in an airport on her way back from a teaching conference. Although things are not what they seem and as Alice finds herself drawn into a web of lies and deceit, she never suspects… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 09, 2012

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A YOUNG MAN AND HIS FATHER'S DEATH. Read More
Cigarette smoke and soul thickened notes; joyous praise, of the long time coming, pissing away of the bubble gum craze—the band played like those days. Read More
Let’s see if this sounds familiar: Rome started as a small city-state, but grew to conquer the European continent and beyond. Internally, the city of seven hills suffered from several major economic crises, civil war and revolts. These problems were quelled by a focus on near constant external war. Eventually… Read More

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A young CIA Agent named, Ryan Collier is assigned to the most biggest job in history. The job to kill the president, John F. Kennedy. Will he do it or simply rebel against his own people? Read More
Follow six individuals as they encounter personal epiphanies: As the Mexican caretaker of a Baptist church, you’ll debate whether you saw what you thought you saw. Under palms swaying in a tropical breeze, you’ll wonder what the love of your life means when she says she loves you more than… Read More
Kennedy gets arrested for murder of Kairi, (her ex, Jason's girl friend) telling the story in a flashback. A almost true story of what happened in my life. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 06, 2010

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A CIA AGENT TALK OF THE DEATH OF ROBERT KENNEDY. Read More

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This one of the chapters for my novel-in-progress. The chapters alternate between the main characters telling their side of the story/event. The book as a whole is about the formation and progression of the relationship between the main characters. The content rating is R because some chapters may contain material… Read More

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"He prommised me that when he moved,He would never forget what ever happened between us"-Kennedy Read More
I took a historical fiction story i had to write for English class and put more detail into it. I've seemed to have misplaced the original copy, so it's from memory. Note: I had to include things (slang,clothing etc) from the 1960's. It won't make much sense unless you know… Read More

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This is the sequel to the first Temporarily Untitled story. Like the last time, I still write the Kennedy POVs and my best friend Padfoot still writes the Skylar POVs. There are also some Sawyer and Beckett POVs, but I will say who wrote them. Not that you probably couldn't… Read More

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There is no tale as sad as the story of one who loves, without being loved in return. The original version. Read More

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Final part of my memoir on reading stuff. Read More
On the eve of the JFK assassination,an old woman tells a strange story. Inspired by the Dana Drive series, which was started by the immortal "Grace" on a board elsewhere. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 27, 2009

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Louis "Studs" Terkel: An American writer who was, truly, unique. Specializing in "oral" histor(y)ies. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Studs_Terkel In 1974, when Richard M. Nixon resigned the Office of U.S. President, Terkel wrote one of the most unusual oral histories ever published. Entitled: "Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How… Read More

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This is a story that my friend (you may know her as Padfoot on Booksie) and I wrote together. She wrote the Skylar POVs and I wrote the Kennedy POVs. I'm just the one who is posting the story. We don't have a name for our story yet, though. Read More

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This poem, is an exercise in rhyming, rhythm and cadence. Intended for all ages but, most especially, for children. On April 2, 2007, I became a grand-father for the 1st time. It occurred to me that, in the mind of my grand-child, I will always be a mystery and a… Read More
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