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Cross-Country - Part 7 of 7: Conclusion

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 7

Chapter 13: The Barbecue

Cross-Country - Part 6 of 7

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 6

Chapter 12: The First Day’s Drive

Cross-Country - Part 5 of 7

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 5

Chapter 11: Rose’s Beauty Parlor

Cross-Country - Part 4 of 7

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 4

Chapter 9: Dinner With Jane

Cross-Country - Part 3 of 7

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 3

Chapter 6: The Check‑Up

Cross-Country - Part 2 of 7

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 2

Chapter 3: The Shopping Trip

Cross-Country - Part 1 of 7

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 1

Chapter 1: Discovered

Julian Denver

Julian Denver

by

Paula Dillon

A movie role has some unintended consequences for Julian. They all aren’t bad though as Julian gets to see things from the finer side.

Julian Denver sat with his parents, in the producer’s office, script in hand, reading. His agent had called him and told him that there was a producer and casting director, that were desperately trying to cast the lead of a movie. Julian was hoping to become the latest teenage heartthrob. That was enough motivation to bring him in. He had dreams of becoming the latest Justin Bieber.

Dental Assistance

 

Dental Assistance

By Wholeman

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DECLARATION: This story is an original literary work.  I wrote a fantasy to stretch my creative muscles and mess with dentists a little.  All doctors, scientists, magical entities, victims, antagonists, and Wizards in this work are fictional.  Any resemblance to anyone living, dead, or born in the future, is purely coincidental, or possibly intentional, but I promise no one will know the difference.

All in a Day's Work

All in a Day's Work

By Julie O

 Being a personal assistant for a celebrity often involves many strange requests, as Keith and Teri are about to discover.

Note: I've added a PDFversion of this story to make it a bit easier to read if you don't have something that understands Microsoft Word files. Both versions are the same. Bob Arnold