Johnnie W. Lewis
Johnnie W. Lewis was born on an Army base in Kentucky, to a Naval Chief Petty Officer and his telephone operator wife. That incongruous beginning was only a portent of the chaotic things to come to the little girl who was named for her father (instead of him giving his name to one of her four younger brothers!). Seventeen different school registrations before high school graduation gave her a rather "well-rounded" background from which to draw her continual string of stories, always told with her tongue planted firmly "in her cheek."
Johnnie and her husband (always called "Better Half" in her writings) have been married more than 40 years and live in suburban Atlanta in Marietta, Georgia, near their daughter (always referred to as "Baby Girl"), son-in-law and PERFECT grandchildren (one of each), and their son (Little Fella) and his fiancee. "Critters" of every species live inside and outside their home and serve as a well-spring of inspiration for the fun, love and laughter in Johnnie's writings, whether those writings take an educational or tongue-in-cheek or romantic or whimiscal direction.
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The Writing Police and The Case of the Missing Commas
by Johnnie W. Lewis
Approx. 3,020 words.
Published on September 21, 2012 by
Franklin Wright Enterprises.
There has been a rash of "thefts" from Ebenezer School on Addison Road and The Writing Police officer, W.P. for short, and his assistant, Lt. Priscilla Penn, have been called in to solve the case. The only things that were stolen were -- every comma key on every keyboard and typewriter in the school!
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