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Paul Schoaff Biography Thank you for the unexpected amount of success my books have attained I thought people would read them, but the degree of acceptance is gratifying. I write from an island of clay in the sandpine country of North Carolina. I woke from a dream one night with the story of Twin Beeches fighting to get out of my fingers and into the computer screen.

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Rural Justice, the fight against the deprivations of strip mining, is based on the experience of many people who found their lives uprooted by the monstrous shovels, trucks and loaders needed to fuel our ever expanding electrical appetite. My memories of all those people and institutions of my youth who made up the matrix of rich and poor, young and old, ambitious and idle, pious and hell-raising Adding my imagination, I created stories worthy of the players, ones I hope will leave you moved and wanting to know if there is still a quiet town named Woodland you can visit, sit in the park and try to beat the world's best checker players, or try your hand at finding the spot where Fay Rawley and his Cadillac are truly hidden.

May you, too, be blessed with a background to which you can hearken back when you need to think how far we have come, and whether we've really made progress. Your comments, positive or not, are appreciated and very much anticipated, except those of trolls like Stan Smith, otherwise known as 'Baccus', who is an immature p. Words: 66, Language: American English. Teddy does try to explain things away and she seeks other charcters for help finding out if this is true or not that requires that she leaves home against her fathers wishes.

Teddy of cousre will come back to life after a while, but as one can imagine, looking on the face of a child who grows to look a considerable amoutn like her momma can be a hard reminder of his losses. I often forget that each relationship is different and that not all grandparents act in the same way toward their grandchildren as my grandparents act toward me.

Myu thoughts are that maybe she will end up gettign her diary published and somehow Sophia gets her hands on a copy of it Thank you : And I wouldn't do any drastic changes to my book. It would just ruin it. I hate when I read books and the author changes something that is very important to the plot.

All that would be such a good idea for a book except for the fact that i've only lived here for 4 months. I'm from the US but all my family is from Argentina and we've just recentyl moved here because of my dad's company. I wouldn't even know how to answer half of those questions. And if I had lived here my whole life, my english would not be what it is today. Thank you for looking at my new chapter, i was afraid it might be a little dull with the lack of dialouge, and was a bit concerned when i realized that by the end of the chapter she had done nothing but make purchases and spend money on things.

Things have been quite hectic in my life lately. But to answer your questions, I do say what year it is, it is mentioned in chapter 2. The year is She's on a sailing vessel.

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Steamships don't really have wooden masts. They were on the sailing ship because, like it says in the first chapter, her uncle had built it.


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Her family didn't really have much money so she was able to get a free ride across the atlantic because her uncle had built the ship. I didn't really think that they were important details in the story. I hint at a few things, like the wooden masts and the telegram which shows that the story is set a while back from now. But they aren't really very important to the story itself. And I will get back to your book later. Right now i'm in the middle of moving.

I recently moved to another country and we're about to move again and school is about to start in a few days so as soon as everything calms down again, i'll take a look at your book : Thanks for your feeback by the way. It was really appreciated. Wow, thanks for taking the time to look at all my neww stuff, i was surprised and thrilled to see someone had actually looked at all three : i dont know what exactly is gonna happen with the victorian one yet, but it was in my head so i had to get it out and share to see what people thoguht True, if I make him think those things, I can still have those points in there, but make it a bit more realistic and more the way a guy would behave instead of the way a girl trying to write from the perspective of a guy would behave.

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Though the book is a well respected classic, I find some aspects of it to be a bit farfetched… then again, who am I to judge what sorts of things should have taken place hundreds of years ago? Thank you!

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  • Click here. Most recent Most read Highest rated. Self published books. Liz Thursday, August 13, This is a really tense and exciting beginning, as things start to happen so quickly it draws the reader in. Si Thursday, August 13, Hi Paul, long time no write. Saturday, August 08, You made up "Fiber" Glass, didn't you?

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    Wednesday, August 05, you have an art for what the reader wants to hear Sunday, August 02, Excellent beginning. You draw the reader in straight away. Friday, July 31, Bravo! I love that you set up the story. You know how to write. Best wishes, Sheila Pinpoint Sunday, June 07, i've read to chapter fifty, believe me. I'll come take a look at your material Saturday, June 06, i like this a lot! X Wednesday, May 27, : i'm actually in the middle of writing the entire outline for awod. Tuesday, May 26, My God, that's the first praise I recieved that had any insight.

    Tuesday, May 26, Mr. Shoaff, you're a good writer and editor. Comments, si, ratings, no. I've added mine to the many others xxxxxxxxx Sunday, April 19, well you answered to K, but i was also wondering how that whole rating vs reader thing was possible Schoaff; your writing is superb. X Monday, February 23, gosh, that sounds a heck of a lot like me! X Sunday, February 22, i'm working on chapter 28 by the way X Sunday, February 22, X Sunday, February 22, i do realize that..

    X Saturday, February 21, well, i lightened the picture so its not so 'black' looking. X Saturday, February 21, Thank you for looking at my new chapter, i was afraid it might be a little dull with the lack of dialouge, and was a bit concerned when i realized that by the end of the chapter she had done nothing but make purchases and spend money on things. X Friday, February 20, thank you Sir, i try to find the most fitting picture for each.. It was really appreciated X Monday, February 16, Wow, thanks for taking the time to look at all my neww stuff, i was surprised and thrilled to see someone had actually looked at all three : i dont know what exactly is gonna happen with the victorian one yet, but it was in my head so i had to get it out and share to see what people thoguht Book overall rating No.

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