Learner Driver

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Paul has so much to offer as a future husband that Maggie would be crazy not to fight for it---particularly as their attraction is mutual! But now, as Paul is giving her a driving lesson, it seems like Maggie has ruined it all. Will their budding romance survive the driving lesson from hell?
This Wacky Story is intended to showcase this author's series of twist-in-the-tale short stories. More
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About John M W Smith

A writer who has had many stories published in the women's weekly magazines and literary journals, John was drawn to writing at an early age. At one time in his teenage years he was reading one book a day---the subject didn't matter, but it needed to grab his interest in the first couple of pages, or he would abandon it. And this is the rule he has since applied to all his writing, believing that if you haven't grabbed the reader straight away, you are not writing well enough.. After graduating with an Honors Degree in History he spent many years in academic publishing, at last leaving to pursue his long-held dream of becoming a writer. "Easily among the very best new writers we have seen", "fresh and original", "creates life-like characters---maybe too life-like" (whatever that means!), are some of the comments made by literary reviewers and consultants about his work. His favorite band is The Moody Blues.

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Reviews of Learner Driver by John M W Smith

Patricia Puddle reviewed on May 28, 2017

This story brought back memories of when I learnt to drive. My father and my young husband both gave me driving lessons at different times, so I totally related to it. I have read many books by this author and enjoyed all of them. John M W Smith is a brilliant writer who creates such wonderful books in many different genres. I really enjoyed this story, so hopefully it will be turned into another one of his fantastic series. I rate this 5 stars!
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Lynda Dickson reviewed on Aug. 12, 2012

A quirky short story with a twist at the end. The author's tone is perfect, even though he is telling the story from the female's point-of-view. Be careful how you behave the next time you teach someone to drive.
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Alaska Everfall reviewed on Jan. 9, 2012

Who hasn't feared driving?
This story captures the moment perfectly! Told in a humourous yet serious tone (I don't know how the author does it!) it's perfectly written!
Five stars.
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