Odd Socks: Neighborhood Gossip

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Neighborhood Gossip is the first in the Odd Socks series of “ePamphlets” It is a short story about two ladies gossiping about the neighbors – who can blame them for being slightly sanctimonious after the neighbor across the street nearly blows up his own pool. More

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Published: Feb. 15, 2012
Words: 1,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466087309
About Stacy Stutz

Hi there! I never can seem to write a formal personal bio that is to my liking; it simply isn’t in my nature to be staid and proper and furthermore, referring to myself as “she” drives me a bit nuts. I’ve read that you should put your name in your bio as often as possible to drive traffic your way, I’m not interested in a virtual freeway, I much prefer the slower pace of winding roads with glorious vista’s unfolding over the rise. At heart, I am a poet; I would have my readers be those that also enjoy the journey, that take joy in life’s small moments of discovery. I am content that those who find me are those who pulled off life’s busy freeway even for a moment or two.

I’m a mom, a wife, an avid reader, a writer and a poet – longest being the poet or perhaps the avid reader. My first contribution here at Smashwords is more of a biography that I could every write here. Lyrical Ramblings is the compilation of decades of poetic musings – they are as mercurial as a woman’s moods; they are the reflection of who I was, who I am and who I strive to be.

Thank you to those of you who have downloaded my work and even more to those of you who have taken the time to leave a review! Currently, I’m working on a compilation of quirky short stories and if life would stop interupting, I will have them all published - eventually.

Also, you should check out Mike Stutz's writings. No doubt I am biased, but he is a fantastic writer.

~Stacy

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Reviews

Review by: Luis Costa, Jr on Feb. 24, 2012 : star star star star star
Ha ha I loved it! This sounds like a few people I know in real life.
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Review by: Katherine English on Feb. 19, 2012 : star star star star
Laughed out loud as I read this! Look forward to the next installment :)
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Review by: Marion Lunn on Feb. 18, 2012 : (no rating)
A hillarios little story could be anywhere in the modern world, looking forward to the next one well done
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Review by: Marc antony Cutler on Feb. 18, 2012 : star star star star star
There's a Genesis song called 'I know what I like' It's about a park keeper listening to two women gossiping & this reminds me of that, but from the other side of the fence. I really enjoyed it and I like Stacy's concept, it's not 'cheesy' as she puts it, but a good idea. This story is short, but sometimes shorter is sweeter. This is worth taking 10 minutes out of your day to digest.
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