David A Parrish
David in his own words is an experimental writer willing to change topics at a drop of a hat. Here we have a not a professional education, or experience in the paid writing genes. Yet his published work has appeared in the former student newspaper the Informer at Community College of the Finger Lakes [now called Finger Lakes Community College] in Canandaigua, New York. David's articles were for the business students mainly as he was the only one connected to that department on the paper staff. David covered a raft race he, and four fellow students were in as well. The raft race article was well received, and was talked about for quite sometime afterwards.
David's next writing under taking was a a series of three articles on President Abraham Lincoln for the Ontario County Historical Society and Museum. The articles appeared in the Chronicles in connection to the Smithsonian national tour of Lincoln death mask tour.
The last note worthy non-published works appeared in a few Art Show's in The Arts Council of Ontario County, NY in the form of poem's. A few of those poems were on Shoe's, and a number of others you can find in the Smashwords e-book titled Holiday's A Collection of Poems.
Please check out David's other book Road:Jeb's Story, and his website listed above.
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Road: Jeb's Story
by David A Parrish
NaNoWriMo 2015 book. Last updated
Discover Jeb's life as only he can say it. Jeb will take us to places we may never have thought of. Can Jeb's story shed some light into our own life's in some simplex way. Can we control our own path after we have left the living world or will someone else decide our fate.
Holiday's Collection of Poems
by David A Parrish
Welcome to the holidays! The collection of poems are more in the Christmas sprite as well as winter. However there are a few poems for other holidays celebrated in United State of America. Some of the poems are poem for life, Close Friends, Year's End, Little Lamb, Apples and Cranberries, and a New Silent Night among other poems.
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Hello My Fellow Writers
on Oct. 04, 2015
What a way with words a true work of art that can not be found in another writers work. This is a man telling the world who he is by giving hints but not enough to completely understanding the man. This short left me wanting to read more. I hope some day this author will write a novel about himself in the creative story telling as he does so well.
on Dec. 12, 2015
A Christmas book like no other. A rare gem in a world filled with Christmas books on so many topics. Their is only one poem in this unique e-book that reminds us the living that we can not forget those who we have lost along the way, and that was covered before the start of the poem. The poem itself is a kind of Christmas card meet for all not discriminating against any one in the entire world. A true genius in the ability
to write in a true belief of the season with out being an advertisement.
When I wrote my holiday book of poems I went against some of the the Christmas Magic. I now wish I had done my e-book like Mr. John Dappert did. Congratulations on a book so creative, and supporting of the Christmas meaning. Thank you
Author of Holiday's a Collection of Poems
Peppermint Recipes: Holiday Treats, Drinks, Desserts, and More!
on Dec. 13, 2015
This is a great collection of Peppermint works of food art for the holiday season. I have had the the food store's already done Peppermint Bark that was a little chalky for my taste, but I did like it do to my love for peppermint. Now I can hopefully have a better tasting peppermint bark year round, and home made on top of that. Good bye Chalk there is no need for you now.
I could just picture a refreshing treat during the dog days of summer. Take the Peppermint Milkshake I can not wait for next summer for this shake.
I can not wait to try out these great Peppermint recipes this very holiday season if I can leave a hint out for others to find. I am not one for the kitchen, which I have been ban from. So, I can only enjoy what others make. However should anyone ask me what I want for Christmas I will say complete world peace for many a years to come. and that I would love some peppermint. I will then direct to Hannie P. Scott e-book Peppermint Recipe.
Hannie, thank you for this collection.
A Mix of Holiday Memories
on Dec. 17, 2015
A Mix of Holiday Memories is a must read if you enjoy the Holiday Season. A mix of history , and personal stories makes this e-book a treasure you will want to read every year as a new tradition for you, and your family. I could not stop reading this holiday book if my life depended on it. I could just see myself blending in with these artist view. The placement of these adorable stories was like looking into a painters masterpiece in a famous museum.
Thank you three authors E. P. Ned Burke, Madonna Dries Christensen, and Carrillee Collins Burke your work is perfect for some one who is not in the holiday mood as your book will quickly warm up any ones heart.
Christmas Tales - Seasonal stories, poems and greetings from the Coventry Writers' Group
on Dec. 25, 2015
A heart warming book that will get you to see Christmas in a whole new light. Their is a traditional type of the first Christmas told by the innkeeper. The aftermath of war in the holiday season. An enjoyable read with some humor blended in. A must read for anyone who believes in the special day that Christmas is. A true treasure for every holiday season.
The Man Who Murdered Himself: A Short Story
on Dec. 25, 2015
The Man Who Murdered Himself A Short Story by Nancy is one for the books of all times. Not only can the individuals reflect real life, but the situation can be real if you you had been suffering with a similar issue. You would want to be first in lie.
I personally know my mother would have been first in line for any treatment even though she did not have arthritis from birth. My mother had both RA, and Temporal arthritis as well as epilepsy. The combination of the three had her being the youngest person ever to be admitted to a chain of nursing homes. She was in that nursing home for over twenty year before she passed away. In the end she was what most people would call a vegetable state. She could eat, drink, and speak but nothing else. My family, and I were happy\and sadden when she had a heart attack. We were happy that she was no longer suffering, and sadden that she died the way she did alone in a hospital.
Nancy your book got me to remember my mother spending so much time in that dump of a nursing home.
Thank you, for reminding me of my mother on Christmas Day even though I would wish what my mother went through with anyone in the world. Oh, yes I would have draged my mother to that line as well. .
The Abduction of Ebenezer Scrooge
on Dec. 27, 2015
The Abduction of Ebenezer Scrooge is a short story that I was not expecting, but I enjoyed every moment of reading this version of Ebenezer Scrooge. To me it made more sense than all the other stories. Thought at the same time the other stories are classics, and so are the movies. I would love to see this one turned into a full length movie. Lawrence Watt-Evans I can not say anymore with out giving your book away. However if there was a rating higher then five stars I would give this take a 9.99% rating as they use on cleaning products related to killing germs. Please take note to anyone who thinks this story is lacking you do not know a gifted author.
A Brief History of the Pilgrims
on May 15, 2016
This short book A Brief History of the Pilgrims is a quick read, and though it was rather short I completely enjoyed this work of artful way of tell American history. teacher like Catherine McGrews Jaime author of this book A Brief History of the Pilgrims, I would have been a fan of history back in my formative school day before college.