Grandpa's Hot Sauce

Rated 4.40/5 based on 7 reviews
A short story about what to do when a shortage is looming.
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Words: 1,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476396767
About Stephen Brandon

I've loved westerns and science fiction since I picked up my first book at the public library.
I've been writing on my computer for years. I never planned on any of my stories being published, just to be read by myself, family, and friends. The base journal is on forty spreadsheets with links to about a thousand files of short one day paragraphs plus other stories.
Now my nephew George is published and he encouraged me to publish also. I've to a lot of work to do. As you know family either loves or hates what you do, so any constructive criticism will be appreciated. As I gain experience rewriting and reformatting my writings they will read better, and I hope you enjoy them all!

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Review by: jason betters on June 18, 2012 :
good work
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Review by: jason betters on June 18, 2012 : (no rating)
It was a gret short story! i found myself instantly creating a visual of the characters, accents nd all Fun!
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Review by: April Ramos on May 24, 2012 : (no rating)
It was a great short story! I found myself instantly creating a visual of the characters, accents and all. Fun!
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Review by: Kat V on May 15, 2012 :
Liked it. A quaint and quirky homespun story.
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Review by: Mike McG on May 13, 2012 :
Quaint and moderately interesting. The style was irritating as the speaker was unclear. What in the world is hot sauce?
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Review by: William Brandon, Jr on May 12, 2012 :
Reads with the twang of a N.C. mountain man. Of course I'm probably jealous cause it is my older brother's work. Way to go Stephen. Great use of the picture of Great Granddaddy Smith. Of course I'm waiting for my free copy to arrive in the mail so don't be lagging. Do write more cause you got the talent!
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Review by: George Wier on May 12, 2012 :
I like a good, brief tale with mostly dialogue. This one is nice, quaint, and reminiscent of how things used to be. Also, I wanted more. More, please, Mr. Brandon, either a continuation of the current story, or a new one.
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