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Originally posted by Will Holloway:
Wish me luck.

Luck!

Do you enjoy grape soda-pop, by the way?


"Live Forever!"
 
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I, too, am a writer. My non-fiction and short stories have appeared in a wide array of magazines. I also write poetry and am working on a novel. My first published book was about growing up with my dad's taxidermy shop in the basement. Now if that's not Bradbury-esque...what is?
 
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Mr. M, have you read Dickens' "Our Mutual Friend"? You'd love Mr Venus, a taxidermist and articulator of bones!
 
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Doug,
Fanta?
 
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Fanta?

One never knows, do one?

Perhaps Nehi.


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Then there's Nectarine Crush and Huckleberry Smash. But I think you can only get those at Wally’s Filling Station.


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nah, I'm an artist but I've always loved to read.
 
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I too have ventured into the turbid waters of authorship. Sadly I couldn't afford to publish to print so I have published to Kindle through Amazon.com, which is free. You get paid 35% of each download. Don't know if anyone has done so yet as it takes a couple months to find out. It is a book of poems and short stories called Running in Place.
 
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