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Finding Joy by Morven-May MacCallum

Publication Date: May 31st 2017

Publisher: Brown Dog Books

Read Date: May 20th 2018

Genre: Fiction / Fictional memoir

Pages: 228

Stars: 5/5

I would like to introduce myself, I feel it’s only fair. 1,082 more words

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Installment #7 / But I Didn't Die / a fictional memoir/ by Tom Evans

The next day we were off to our new school, where we would remain for the next seven years. It would become a haven for us, with the hours spent there being the happiest of our young lives. 7,519 more words

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Installment #6 / But I Didn't Die / a fictional memoir by Tom Evans

Once I became adjusted to the routine of school, I began to enjoy it, even looked forward to it each day, and I believed it was the same with Rory, though of course he never said. 3,962 more words

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Installment #4 /But I Didn't Die / a fictional memoir by Tom Evans

The rest of the late hazy Kodachrome summer was a welter of activity consisting mostly of meeting all our new relatives. On Mr. Barnes’ side there was Aunt Annie, Uncle Bobby, and cousins, whose house we had driven by our first day here. 2,491 more words

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Summer, 1964

I am floating in a liquid bubble. It is dark and soothing. There is a wave that ebbs and flows, ebbs and flows, ebbs and flows. 1,261 more words

Installment#3 / But I Didn't Die / a fictional memoir by Tom Evans

Once inside, standing in the immaculate kitchen on the waxed linoleum floor, I immediately saw that it was not only nicer it was cleaner than any place I had ever seen before, and I had been in quite a few homes in my young life. 3,651 more words

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Installment #2 / But I Didn't Die / a fictional memoir by Tom Evans

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On the hottest day yet that summer the man and woman packed us into the aging family station wagon, parents up front, brother and sister in the back, and Rory and I sitting on the wheel humps in the way back, which, although uncomfortable, we preferred. 3,169 more words

Fictional Memoir