The Art Teacher

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An essay about an art teacher's lasting impact on his students. More
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Words: 810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458041388
About Joe C Combs 2nd

The growth on my bog has surprised me. Thank you to all my readers. Each week I post a new article on Sunday. As is smashwords, I am constantly trying to improve the site so it is easier for you to use. If you have a comment, please write me. Again, thank You!

My first book "Titanic, A Search For Answers" was originally written as a fundraiser for a maritime museum where I was the advisory board president and a member of the board of trustees.
Historical research is my hobby and influences much of my writing.

I'll add more in the future.

I have about another 6 e-books that I need to finish editing and they will be up. Sorry for the delay. I have a bit of a full plate right now, but I will get them up soon. Also, based on feedback from readers, I wrote an outline for a new book on Titanic (but this will be my last Titanic book).

A submarine sailor for almost nine years, I am also an award winning artist. As a scuba diver I have dived sites from New England to the Caribbean.

Once again, thank you very much.

Take care and God bless you.

Drop me a line ... I am glad to answer any questions you might have.

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Review by: Roberta Beach Jacobson on April 25, 2011 :
Written from the heart. A touching account.
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Review by: Pamela Arrington on April 24, 2011 :
While reading this I got the feeling that I knew who the teacher was. Sure enough, I had the same teacher and had gone to the same elementary school as the author! The story jumped right at me. Well done!!
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Review by: Kurt Ulmer on April 24, 2011 : (no rating)
I like a short story writer who makes me read all of the work to the end. Joe Combs has a story to tell and does it well and free of invectives. My only criticism is his explanation of his schooldays. His description is the adult in him explaining to us that particular teacher’s ways of inspiring his charges. It would have been nicer and closer to hear him remember his schooldays speaking as a child. What did this teacher draw? What couloured chalk did he use. I want to know!!! What enthralled you? How did you feel?
Comb is a breath of fresh air in a landscape of free downloads fouled with porn disguised as erotica. Wot? No zombies? Where are the vampires? Where are the expletives? Ah. None of the above in this story. He doesn’t need crutches. Just a nicely structured story with a gentle hook early on and a proper conclusion.
Kurt Ulmer
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Review by: Mark Stewart on April 24, 2011 :
A heartfelt moving story that was well thought out and written. Every line was placed in the correct sequence. Keep up the good work.
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