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The Story of Mad Maxine

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This is a story of girl meets boy. The girl, Maxine-called-Max, never thought she would find love before she died. The boy, Phil-her-husband, never thought he would get a girl like Max to look at him. This is not a love story. That story is over before this one begins. This is a story of fixation.
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Published 2010
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Lisa  (Bookworm Lisa)
May 29, 2011 rated it really liked it
Bizarre is a good word to describe this short story. It only takes about 10 minutes to read.

I really liked Belinda's writing style. She was able to capture a scene in time with very descriptive and compelling words.
May 17, 2017 rated it liked it

Took a couple minutes to read. And it was free. I enjoyed it. It was kinda sweet and romantic. And a bit mad.
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Belinda Kroll is the author of three historical novels. She is also the author of non-fiction and children’s storybooks under the name Binaebi Akah.

With a masters in Human Computer Interaction and a minor in English, she helps make websites and software intuitive by day, and puzzles away at her writing by night. She grew up in a home where reading was encouraged and Jeopardy! was on every weeknig