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Atlantic to Pacific: Two Christmas Stories

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Two short holiday stories from authors Angela Amman and Cameron D. Garriepy, perfect for a cozy fire, or a flight home... for the holidays.

"I met a man who lives in Tennessee
He was headin' for Pennsylvania and some home made pumpkin pie.
From Pennsylvania, folks are travelin' down to Dixie's sunny shore.
From Atlantic to Pacific, gee, the traffic is terrific.

Oh, there's
Kindle Edition, 47 pages
Published December 8th 2014 by Bannerwing Books
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Angela Amman is a freelance writer and content editor. You can find her personal essays and short stories in her collections, Garden Boulevard and Nothing Goes Away, and various anthologies. Angela’s writing has been featured at The Peacock Journal. She juggles freelance writing and editing with managing a preschool office — and sometimes wonders if there's much of a difference. She is also a mana ...more

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