This short story is now available in an ebook at Amazon.com
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If only…this weren’t so true to life!
Sounds like you’ve talked to our daughter’s wheelchair supplier. You should consider writing a longer work – reads like The Phantom Toolbooth by Norton Juster. Nice job!
Thanks Rob 🙂 and I hope things work out with your daughter’s wheelchair supplier!
hi! the story is very nice. im writing for a school journal. will you allow me to publish your story?
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with more details. Thanks.
Hi! I am doing a short (30 minute) spiritual growth portion of a program on People and Disabilities for my United Methodist Women’s group in Feb. 2015. Can I read this to the group? It would not be printed anywhere. Thank you.
Sure, I’d be happy for you to read the story to the group. Good luck with your presentation.
Thank you for the quick response. Loved reading all the stories and poems. I also really like “The Prince who did not wish to be a King” and think this might also work well for my group presentation. Okay to use that one also? Thank you.
Sure! My pleasure
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