Welcome to Mom's Diner

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Mom may be gone, but her daughter is carrying on the legacy of Mom's Diner, a place where people can relax and have their problems solved between refills. Befriending a new customer, she senses he has a few dark secrets to hide, and before he gets the bill he'll learn that just because you get a nice smile from a pretty face in a cozy diner doesn't mean there aren't deeper things afoot.

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Words: 2,580
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458183484
About Steven D. Bennett

I was born in Boston and grew up in Connecticut and San Diego, which gave me a good background in both history and tanning. I have four children and six grand-children, remarkable in that I am only 35. The fact that I have been married for almost 36 years is the result of an in-utero wedding and honeymoon.

I have published many short stories, poems, songs, and recently wrote and directed a musical melodrama that was performed in the San Diego area. With six books under my belt (THE PATH OF DAYS, TRACE THE DEAD EYE, HUMOR OF THE GOSPELS, HUMOR OF THE GOSPELS Daily Study, THRONE and THE CHUCK-IT LIST) I am looking for a bigger belt to stuff the seventh, which hopefully will be completed in time for the Christmas season. It is about a writer who finds to his horror that a mistake he made on page 47 completely invalidates the plot, forcing him to thus track down and kill anyone who has bought the book lest they spread the truth about his miniscule talent. It is titled DON'T READ THIS! and looks to be a best-seller, unless people take the title literally. Fortunately, nothing I write can be taken literally. It is also fortunate I did not stay with the working title: DON'T BUY THIS! Personally, I don't buy a word of it.

I also have a blog, I Wandered Off the Tour: A Journey In Self-Publishing, which contains my thoughts and experiences through the tormenting process of creation.

Other than writing, I like listening to the same dozen albums and re-runs of the same dozen TV shows I've heard and seen hundreds of times, to the endless delight of my wife.

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Review by: Chris Gorsland on Aug. 15, 2014 :
This one's pretty cute. It strains at its premise given that even the chattiest waitresses don't talk this much but the author keeps it brisk and light so who cares? A fun approach with a natural flow to the dialogue and a nice wink at the end.
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Review by: Lillith Dunn on July 04, 2014 :
Short but very satisfying. A good short read.
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Review by: Rigby4 on Nov. 28, 2011 :
This is a very clever little story. I enjoyed reading every word.
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Review by: Nora Black on Oct. 30, 2011 :
wonderful, clever.
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Review by: Tom Lichtenberg on Oct. 29, 2011 :
What a wonderful story. I loved it. I'd give it ten
stars if I could
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Review by: Dan Towne on July 27, 2011 :
Great story! This waitress should be the main character in a full-length novel.
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