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Sweet Tea and Deviled Eggs

4.14 of 5 stars 4.14  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Adults view kids as just so much background noise until something goes wrong--then they make life changing decisions without even asking the kid what she wants. It's all done in the name of "we know what's best." What's a kid to do?

Well, if you're the kid, you think about it, view the options and figure out what you think is the best outcome. You make a plan and carry it o
ebook, 5 pages
Published January 19th 2012 by Untreed Reads

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Midu Hadi
Mar 10, 2012 Midu Hadi rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: short story readers
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This was a very short but sassy story. Murder stories are always my favorite and I admire when someone can write it so well in such a few pages. The main voice of this story starts in adulthood, reverts back to her childhood and then finishes it nicely back in adulthood. You know there's something fishy going on when the bad husbands start having "accidents", but you're unsure as to whether they are purely unintentional or not.

I really liked the title of this one. It tells you nothing at the on
Angela Charles
26 pages total? That's not a short story, it's an essay!
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B. Keith Barron marked it as to-read
Mar 14, 2012
Sandra Murphy lives in the land of blues, booze and shoes—St Louis, Missouri. On a hot summer day, the smell of brewing hops can drive the mind wild. She writes to let the voices out of her head—but they keep coming back.
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