Odd Socks: Go To Sleepy Little Baby

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Go to Sleepy Little Baby is the second short story in the Odd Socks series of “ePamphlets.” Lilah is what some would generously call, “unbalanced.” She’s reliant on routine and little orange pills to maintain control. Compliance is mandatory and the scales slip precariously when life’s reality interrupts. More
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Published: March 01, 2012
Words: 2,630
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465726773
About Stacy Stutz

Hi there! I never can seem to write a formal personal bio that is to my liking; it simply isn’t in my nature to be staid and proper and furthermore, referring to myself as “she” drives me a bit nuts. I’ve read that you should put your name in your bio as often as possible to drive traffic your way, I’m not interested in a virtual freeway, I much prefer the slower pace of winding roads with glorious vista’s unfolding over the rise. At heart, I am a poet; I would have my readers be those that also enjoy the journey, that take joy in life’s small moments of discovery. I am content that those who find me are those who pulled off life’s busy freeway even for a moment or two.

I’m a mom, a wife, an avid reader, a writer and a poet – longest being the poet or perhaps the avid reader. My first contribution here at Smashwords is more of a biography that I could every write here. Lyrical Ramblings is the compilation of decades of poetic musings – they are as mercurial as a woman’s moods; they are the reflection of who I was, who I am and who I strive to be.

Thank you to those of you who have downloaded my work and even more to those of you who have taken the time to leave a review! Currently, I’m working on a compilation of quirky short stories and if life would stop interupting, I will have them all published - eventually.

Also, you should check out Mike Stutz's writings. No doubt I am biased, but he is a fantastic writer.

~Stacy

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Review by: wu xt, Jr on March 03, 2012 : star star star star
It is exquisite and thoughtful.Looking forward more excellent compositions.But one more thing,I really couldn't understand why Lilah killed Samuel and the reason that Samuel is too slovenly is so forced.Maybe It's because I'm napprehensive,but whatever I wish you could make me clear and then I can sleep well.
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