Just Well Loved (Short)

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A chance meeting brings new hope to a beloved character trapped in a literary classic. More
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Published by BraeVitae
Words: 4,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9780991883615
About Rebecca Brae

My insatiable curiosity about people and culture developed at an early age and was likely the result of my experiences living in England, Denmark and Canada and travels through Europe. There is nothing like playing among the columns of a Bronze Age palace surrounded by the sapphire waters of the Mediterranean to pique an eight year old’s interest and imagination.

I focused my University studies in Classical Archeology and Literature, Physical Anthropology, Social Work and Criminology. For those of you questioning my use of the word “focused” …well, you’ll just have to trust me when I say that I couldn’t file my interests down to any sharper a point. I tried. The yearly course lists crammed with intriguing possibilities made me feel like a kid in a candy store – one of those really big stores with colorful jars lining the walls from floor to ceiling.

I write to explore, express and connect. I delve into the web of relationships linking humans, animals and the environment. I peer into peoples’ inner worlds and explore the inherent violence and compassion bound together in the human spirit. My guiding principle is that the human mosaic is beautiful because of the unique nature of each piece and I celebrate this diversity in my work.

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Reviews

Review by: Scanman on March 25, 2013 :
Very descriptive writing with a simple moral message - do unto others as you would have them do unto you! This is a nice short story that would be very appropriate to read to young children for both entertainment and inspiration.
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Review by: Bobb B on Dec. 25, 2012 :
Outstanding only saddened that this was the only book available.
Truly cannot wait for more in this style.
Beg of you to maintain your message of acceptance and humanity
which is sorely lacking today.
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