Mrs Miller

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Mrs. Miller, Polite, Grounded and very good with a rolling pin. Born in Wales, but moved to York when she was five years old. Finding fame at sixty-five years old had never crossed her mind, but after entering a cooking competition from a local TV centre she became a household name. Here, we look at the highs and lows of her success and find out just who Mrs Miller was. More
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About Carlton D Kennedy

From North West England, Carlton D Kennedy is a creative author and photographer. Lover of nature and a interest in history, Mainly Tudor, Renaissance & Victorian.

Growing up in the 1980's,Influential artists such as Annie Lennox, MJ, Queen, Phil Collins,Styx amongst many others was such a treat. As i became a teen i was then listening to music such as Celine Dion,Alanis Morissette,Gary Barlow,Simply Red and much more and since becoming a adult i now enjoy a large collective range of different music from Classical right through to hard rock. Through life our tastes and love of things change and only few things stay. Being creative has always been in my mind and a great urge to help others in whatever form it may be.
In my creative writing i hope to make people smile, think and find inspiration from would they read of my work. I don't pretend to be a amazing writer but i think all that matters is that you share with people what you feel in your heart and mind, put it out there if it feel right and then let the love and imagination of people take it and do as they will with it. I write about many different things including love, people, life, artistry, death & nature. I hope you enjoy my work.

Thank you for taking the time to take a look at my books. Have a great day.

Carlton D Kennedy.

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Review by: Marcia Carrington on March 16, 2017 :
Charming, sincere short story which would have been even better if it was just slightly longer to expand more of the scenes, but is nevertheless very good. The ending was a surprise, but in keeping with the story as a whole. Thank you to the writer for a crisp, meaningful read.
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Review by: Mike White on Dec. 23, 2016 :
It is always great to see stories featuring genuinely older characters (over sixty). The prose was generally good here as well. I do wish that the ending had been different, but at least it was dramatic.
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Review by: Alistair Shand on Oct. 31, 2016 :
A good short story. Very minimal - but effective
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Review by: Meredith Miller on Oct. 24, 2016 :
I think this was a lovely story! Carlton used the dates very well, segmenting the story in a meaningful manner and showing how fast things can change. I especially liked the wry acceptance Margaret showed.

It would be nice to see another edition, after some proofreading and editing. The dialogue seemed a bit cut up at times, and I wish the font was a bit larger, or that the lines were set at 1.5 spacing.
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