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    Writing, cross country skiing, hiking, swimming, computers, listening to music, reading, being a salary man, my spouse Doug.

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  1. I agree. And I thought this episode was funny and way ahead of its time. Colin
  2. Reparation ~ Chapter 11 of a Novel by Colin Kelly. Tom Harris is injured in a high school football game and ends up in the hospital. Tanner Knox says he’ll make sure Tom receives reparation for what happened. An Acceptable Compromise ~ A Short Story by Colin Kelly. Sometimes using the right words causes a problem. From our archive: Stories and poems that we think you'll enjoy reading again — or for the first time. Reaching Out ~ A Complete Novel by Grant Bentley. Often, something as simple as reaching out to help one person in need can, and does, change lives. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  3. I haven't seen a forum topic for this fun and well-written story. It's complete; 9 chapters and a prologue. By the end of the story I was rooting for both of the protagonists; they are university students. I think you'll enjoy it, too. If you're confused by the title, it is explained right up front. Colin
  4. Reparation ~ Chapter 10 of a Novel by Colin Kelly. Tom Harris is injured in a high school football game and ends up in the hospital. Tanner Knox says he’ll make sure Tom receives reparation for what happened. Four Nights in St. Bartholomew ~ Part 4 of a Novella by Ruwen Rouhs. Stories are often based on real events, but the names of the characters are fiction. As opposed to those, "Four Nights in St. Bartholomew" uses names of characters and places that can be Googled and their real fate can be tracked down, while the events are pure fiction. From our archive: Stories and poems that we think you'll enjoy reading again — or for the first time. Exposure ~ A Short Story by Cole Parker. Being different from your peers can be a nightmare for a teenager. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  5. Reparation ~ Chapter 9 of a Novel by Colin Kelly. Tom Harris is injured in a high school football game and ends up in the hospital. Tanner Knox says he’ll make sure Tom receives reparation for what happened. Four Nights in St. Bartholomew ~ Part 3 of a Novella by Ruwen Rouhs. Stories are often based on real events, but the names of the characters are fiction. As opposed to those, "Four Nights in St. Bartholomew" uses names of characters and places that can be Googled and their real fate can be tracked down, while the events are pure fiction. Little Brother ~ A Short Story by Teddy S. Bower. Austin and his younger brother, Dougie, don’t see eye to eye on much, especially on how life is intended to be lived. What will happen between them when Austin faces up to the most difficult challenge of his young life? His expectations are low. His choices are limited. Things can only get worse, but will they? My Night Out ~ A Short Story by Cole Parker. What's a boy to do when the night is warm and he's feeling frisky? From our archive: Stories and poems that we think you'll enjoy reading again — or for the first time. Acrophobia ~ A Short Story by RJ. Gary versus the terrace, and what’s below. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  6. Reparation ~ Chapter 8 of a Novel by Colin Kelly. Tom Harris is injured in a high school football game and ends up in the hospital. Tanner Knox says he’ll make sure Tom receives reparation for what happened. Four Nights in St. Bartholomew ~ Part 2 of a Novella by Ruwen Rouhs. Stories are often based on real events, but the names of the characters are fiction. As opposed to those, "Four Nights in St. Bartholomew" uses names of characters and places that can be Googled and their real fate can be tracked down, while the events are pure fiction. From our archive: Stories and poems that we think you'll enjoy reading again — or for the first time. Borderline Insanity ~ A Short Story by Gee Whillickers. Some border lines are imaginary, some border lines are very real and have to be carefully protected. What kind of border lines will Stevie encounter when he sees a cute guy? Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  7. Reparation ~ Chapter 7 of a Novel by Colin Kelly. Tom Harris is injured in a high school football game and ends up in the hospital. Tanner Knox says he’ll make sure Tom receives reparation for what happened. Four Nights in St. Bartholomew ~ Part 1 of a Novella by Ruwen Rouhs. Stories are often based on real events, but the names of the characters are fiction. As opposed to those, "Four Nights in St. Bartholomew" uses names of characters and places that can be Googled and their real fate can be tracked down, while the events are pure fiction. From our archive: Stories and poems that we think you'll enjoy reading again — or for the first time. Me 'n Riley ~ A Novel by Cole Parker. A small Southern town. Two young boys looking for things to do, a summertime of freedom spread in front of them, adventures calling. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  8. Reparation ~ Chapter 6 of a Novel by Colin Kelly. Tom Harris is injured in a high school football game and ends up in the hospital. Tanner Knox says he’ll make sure Tom receives reparation for what happened. From our archive: Stories and poems that we think you'll enjoy reading again — or for the first time. Laika ~ A Novel by EleCivil. When you find yourself surrounded by those with strong wills, is it possible to maintain control of your own life, or do you simply fall into the role that they see fit for you? Does it make a difference? A story about feeling out of place and out of control. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  9. We have apple cider (non-alcoholic) in our supermarkets in the USA, too. It doesn't look like apple juice; the color is darker and you can see it has fiber so it has to be shaken before pouring. We don't buy either kind. Colin
  10. Other reasons apple juice is popular is that it's cheap, it's a way of letting kids (and adults) consume sugar without realizing that's what they are drinking. Of course, it varies a little by brand, but a good general measure (courtesy of Google) is there are 24 grams of sugar in one cup of apple juice. 4 grams of sugar = 1 teaspoon. So 24 grams of sugar is 6 teaspoons of sugar. That's what's in one cup of apple juice. There's 1/2 of a gram of dietary fiber in a cup of apple juice. There's 2/10 of a gram of protein in a cup of apple juice. 88% of a cup of apple juice (actually 88% of any amount of apple juice) is water. A cup of apple juice has 115 calories. One cup of apple juice has 96mg of Vitamin C, 160% of the daily recommended amount. Some brands of apple juice also have preservatives to keep it fresh for a long time. Think about that. Colin This has not been approved by the Juice Products Association
  11. Reparation ~ Chapter 5 of a Novel by Colin Kelly. Tom Harris is injured in a high school football game and ends up in the hospital. Tanner Knox says he’ll make sure Tom receives reparation for what happened. English 10 ~ A Short Story by Cole Parker. Mark has to write a short story. A 3,500 word short story. He’s on the JV water polo team, so he writes about that. But in doing so, he has an agenda. From our archive: Stories and poems that we think you'll enjoy reading again — or for the first time. The Mirror and Nothing More ~ A Novel by C.B. Abraham. When a student begins talking to his mirror, a cliché shatters. Click here to read the hundreds of serial novels, short stories, flash fiction, and poems on the Codey's World site.
  12. It's all marketing hype, on both sides of the pond. Colin
  13. Pedro, that sounds like it (to me, at least). It has all of the elements of the story that David mentioned. Thank you! Now I'll have to read this story, too. Colin
  14. A reader wrote asking if I knew of a story about a gay boy and his seven-year-old brother; his father is in jail. The word rainbow is central to the story. I know this isn't much to go on; the reader isn't a native English speaker. Colin
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