The Hospital Visit

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A true story of a visit to hospital - the ups, the downs, and the absurdities. A combination of a true medical situation and all the serious and comedic aspects involved with it.
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About Juliet Atherton

Hi Everyone,

My name is Juliet Atherton and I thought I would tell you a little bit about myself. I am Australian born and bred, but I have traveled extensively throughout my life, particularly in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the USA.

I have always loved writing but my foray into e-books here on Smashwords is my first time publishing anything. I like to write in a variety of genres, but I think choosing an absolute favourite would be a difficult task as I enjoy both reading and writing so much and there are so many different avenues to explore. Let's just put it this way, I may come out with anything from poetry to drama and all things in between.

I hope you enjoy my work. It is a labor of love for me and I would like it to be a fun and interesting experience for you. Please review my efforts after reading if you would like to do so, and come back to my page often to check for updates. I will do my best to publish work of a high standard which will appeal to a large cross section of the e-book community. Look forward to seeing you here again. Also, please visit my Facebook page by following the link and say 'hi'. Cheers. Juliet.

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trish matthews reviewed on on March 25, 2015

Interesting. A well-written book.
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nicolettesmit reviewed on on March 5, 2015
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Lovely written, easy to read. For a moment I felt back at work again. So familiar!
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Lisa reviewed on on March 4, 2015

'The Hospital Visit' is constantly amusing and laugh-out loud, and comments on what it's like to be a patient these days which can likely apply to any hospital. The lady named 'Dot' is a gem - real people can come out with more ridiculous things than fiction can. I admire hospital staff for keeping straight faces and not going madder than their patients.
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