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This is a story that I wrote for a former publisher. Unfortunately the lifestyle magazine is no longer being published. I provided articles of interest to visitors and residents of the beautiful and historic Columbia River Gorge that spans parts of Washington and Oregon along the wild and scenic Columbia… Read More
A description and guide to viewing wildflowers in the Columbia River Gorge along the Columbia River that divides the states of Washington and Oregon. Hope you enjoy my writing. Read More

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PLEASE READ: RENESMEE MY LIFE AND YOURS AND RENESMEE: ETERNALLY YOURS BK 2 first!! This is the THIRD and FINAL book of Renesmee's life through my interpretation. All the questions you've had from the first two novels will be answered. I won't give anything away but please enjoy and comments… Read More

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When Melanie "Mel" Alexander becomes a widow at age thirty after her Green Beret husband is killed in action, her life is immediately engulfed in a black fog. In this darkness, she quits her promising career as a special agent tracking missing people and retreats to her Washington, DC, brownstone… Read More
An account od my diving experiences at Fort Lewis and the Puget Sound. Read More
An essay about my personal experiences with racism. The use of African American as a designator of race and not point of origin. The fact that we are essentially all Africans, having all originated from Africa. How we should abandon African American as a designation of race for Black people,… Read More
I want to mention that my race is called "white" in the United States and that I have no ethnicities that may be American, such as American "black" (I am not sure if the word is popular or not, still) or Indian or Native American. My father told me my… Read More

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The short story of a Presidential Appointee and his vision for America and his agency. Read More
In this chapter in the Legend of Rose Houston, the Devil Attacks America and with the assistance of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse seizes Washington, D.C. The President of the United States appeals to God for help and God dispatches the only lawman (actually a woman) in America with… Read More

Poem / Other

August 04, 2014

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Many people say that humanity is going downhill. They say that the world is changing, that people are less respectful. The have lost hope in the future. They are just tying to survive. This poem is about getting back to the roots of the USA. It is about getting back… Read More

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“If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance.” ? George Bernard Shaw ***************Author's Note************************** I consider this novel a PG-13 rating Cast: Tika Sumpter : Whitney Chris Pine : Andrew Lance Gross: Shawn Megan Good: Cassandra Liam Payne: Wesley Channing Tatum: L.J… Read More
What the characters look like in my Twilight wolf fanfic, The Imprinted. SUMMARY OF THE STORY: After Zoey moves back to her home in Washington state, her life changes drastically when she developes a friendship and crush with a boy her age, Seth Clearwater. But, when Seth imprints on her,… Read More

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Nicole is a suburban housewife, but everything changes when she seeks revenge on her cheating husband. Her plan backfires and her marriage becomes abusive. Contemplating taking her life, Nicole flees. Along the way Nicole begins to fall in love with the least likely candidate, but will Nicole be able to… Read More

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When the presidents daughter, Susan Hues, moves to Chicago due to her parents divorce, it doesn't take long for her to make a new friend, Jalil Sueng; a tall, dark, and handsome young man, with a 3rd degree black belt in kung-fu, which comes in handy when he has to… Read More

Book / Horror

January 10, 2014

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Lisa Holden lives in Seattle, she loves to travel, dance, watch old films and she's a vampire. Don't worry, she won't bite. When Lisa was newly turned at the age of twenty-two in 1890, she was trained to protect the human race by her maker. So when dead girls start… Read More

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"Short and sweet", is how many describe this tale of love and friendship. "It's truly worth the small amount of time to read this marvelous short story". While vacation in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Sam and Rachel first met down by the river at sunrise. After finding that… Read More

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9/11 Ride - A Personal View 3:30 am in the mountains just outside Christiansburg, Va, a rumble breaks the early morning silence. A single motorcycle carefully makes it's way down the long... Read More

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I have never written anything like this. I usually write things with people of the opposite gender. Please let me know on anything I can do to improve or anything else you may have to tell me. Thank you! Read More

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Hillary is a happy eighteen year old girl. She thinks she has everything planned out. Perfect friends, the right college, a nice job. But when her mother lays the news on her that she's gotten a perfect job offer. Well almost perfect. It's across the pond in London. And her… Read More

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The Attorney General of the United States has been assassinated at the intersection of 10th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC. As the investigation gets underway, there is fight between the FBI and the Metropolitan Police Department as to which agency would take the lead in the case. Ultimately,… Read More

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Is there a more beautiful place than Washington DC in the Spring? Read More

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ever present therapy from days spanning to Washington square when there were still Dutch- Read More

Book / Romance

December 23, 2012

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Currently, this is just a scene for a story. I plan to put up the actual story chapters once I have finished revising them. I'm looking for opinions on this scene. :-) Read More

Book / Fan Fiction

November 20, 2012

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After Zoey moves back to her home in Washington state, her life changes drastically when she developes a friendship and crush with a boy her age, Seth Clearwater. But, when Seth imprints on her, it just might make Zoey like him even more. Read More

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The Donahues go to Washington and confront Ryan, Michelle and Brennan for running away, but then decide to see the sights, Ryan and Michelle go to Capitol Hill, Ethan and Kimberly have protests outside the White House for different reasons, Jacob and Madeline get mugged in D.C. slums and President… Read More
Ryan, Brennan and Michele try to survive in Washington DC and sightsee at the same time, Detective Zimmerman investigates their disappearance before he’s supposed due to his attraction to Kimberly, The Donahues worry about them while Ryan, Brennan and Michelle complete their obligated emo pilgrimage to where the emo movement… Read More
Physicist Henry Bowen, on the first true test of his time machine, goes back in time to meet his childhood idol, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, but accidentally brings him into the 20th century. With only 24 hours before his travel disrupts the time & space continuum, Mozart seeks to learn as… Read More

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This is not a serious attempt at anything. It is just something I fired off very quickly in response to a question from my mother. There are photos that go with the story, but they did not paste from Word. The photos help the story along very well. A friend… Read More
STRONG LANGUAGE WARNING! Viewer discretion is advised. Poem inspired by the Freelancers of Red Vs Blue. Read More
A poem about political corruption. Read More
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