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Writer's Choice Shorts: I Wish I Could Remember His Name

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'I Wish I could Remember His Name' is a contemporary fantasy short story based on New Zealand mythology.. Maori mythology includes a god of the forest and guardians of the trees. A heart broken young wife, trying to establish her eco-tourist business finds her life improves when a mysterious stranger lends a hand and helps her complete her projects.
Published January 3rd 2015 by Smashwords Edition
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p.d.r. lindsay wrote her first 'novel' aged seven, an attempt to persuade her parents to buy her a pony. It didn't work, but she'd discovered that writing and reading were an escape from her tormenting brother and devious sister. She could create people who loved her and wonderful imaginative places to escape to. Poetry became her first love, then plays and finally stories from her adult imaginati ...more

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