New This Week (03/25/2021)
- Adam ~ Chapter 20 of a Novel by Colin Kelly. Rick hears his neighbor’s cat on his front porch. But that’s not what he finds when he looks outside. (03/25)
From our archive: Stories and poems that we think you’ll enjoy reading again — or for the first time.
- Dreamcatcher ~ A Short Story by Colin Kelly. Medical Science doesn’t have cures for everything. Sometimes the solution can be found in a tradition based on a different kind of medicine. (03/25)
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- Codey's short story Finding Home is one of the stories included in the book Midnight Dude published by AwesomeDude and available on Amazon.com. Follow the link to check it out!
Other Sinful Things by Ronyx is the latest novel on The Mustard Jar story site and is now complete. Jacob Long is the obedient preacher's son. His father
is a religious zealot who interprets the Bible to conform
with his narrow and bigoted views of sin.
When a new student, Tiffany Armstrong, enrolls in his
high school, Jacob is faced with the moral dilemma of
deciding between the teachings of his father or what
he feels within his heart is right.
- The Meaning of Living by Dabeagle is on the Dabeagle Doghouse website. This is a longish short story about a teenage boy who makes a mistake and as a result learns about life and living. Highly recommended.
- Published: The novel We’re Working On It by Richard Norway that was first posted on Codey's World is available as a paperback book and as an e-book from Amazon.com. Click the link above to find out the details and how you can buy your own copy.
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