Mia's Movie

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The daughter of Sam and Louise Blake went out to California to become an actress. Unknown to her parents, however, Mia became a different kind of actress then her parents believe she is.
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Words: 2,530
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311100641
About C. F. Sheeler

I've been writing all of my life. I use to be a story teller to friends at work and their children. I love to act the parts of a story I am telling. I have a Bachelors and a Masters in Creative Writing as well as a Bachelors in Visual Communications. I live in a small town but have lived in large cities. I prefer the small town life and use it for the basis for most of my stories. I tried other avenues in life, but I always come back to writing. There are a lot of stories that go through my head. I hope to bring all of them to you.
I am an eBook author mostly. I write mostly in the Weird Fiction-Dirty Realism genres. But I also write in other genres such as Dark Erotic Romance and Adult Humor.

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Review by: James Jenkins on July 30, 2016 :
Impossible and unsurprising at the same time. There is never any doubt what the ending is going to be, the only surprise is that it happened.
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Review by: JL Stratton on June 19, 2014 :
I love stories with a twist, and this one delivered! This is the first story I've read from C. F. Sheeler but it will likely not be the last. While I thought I had the ending to this short story pegged by the time I was half-finished, I was pleasantly surprised by the ending. Without giving too much away, I will just say that this story demonstrates how a parent can be proud in ALL their children's ventures. Great short story overall. Sure, there were a very few tense and grammatical errors, I was so engrossed in the story, I did not even catch them until the second reading. Again, I probably only saw them because I am a fellow writer. Nonetheless, this story deserves five stars for unique method of telling and an ending that took me by surprise.
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