Naughty Marietta and Other Stories

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Love and hate, life and death, meatloaf -- a collection of stories about the best of times, the worst of times and the so-so of times, a lighthearted look at the world around us and the people in it. A body in a cranberry bog, a powder with strange properties, a writer of romances, a bokor, twin fortunetellers and, yes, meatloaf. Dig in. More

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About Richard Daybell

Richard Daybell has been a writer/editor for most of his adult life, working at various times for a public library, a multinational corporation, a university, and state government. With his wife Linda, he also spent seven years as owner/chef of Churchill House Inn, a nine-room country inn in central Vermont.
His short stories and short humor have appeared in regional, national and international commercial publications including American Way and Hemispheres, the inflight magazines for American Airlines and United Airlines, The New York Times, Buffalo Spree, Salt Lake City Magazine, and Tampa Tribune Fiction Quarterly as well as such literary magazines as Rosebud and Dandelion.
Richard and Linda are now living in Lincoln, Vermont.

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Review by: Dmytro Shynkarenko on March 18, 2012 :
It's a very interesting story. I like the way you write from first person view.Also the idea of the story is absurd and so good for humour stories. If you would like to read similar parody, but of mystery book writers, look for my short story "Murder, She Wanted To Wrote". Here is the link (if it's not a spam):
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Review by: Reeyce Smythe Wilder on Jan. 30, 2012 :
It was incredible fun reading this story. Uniquely writing style. Will be sure to recommend.
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Review by: Deb Robinson on May 4, 2011 :
Packed full of fun!
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Review by: Mark Stewart on March 24, 2011 :
A very relaxed style of writing. An enjoyable read
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on March 23, 2011 :
Ah, the imagination of a writer—topped only by the imagination of the reader. If only he’d waited till the complete manuscript was ready. Very funny short piece.
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