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You have real talent, Lisa. This is gripping.

BTW, it's "tracts" of land, not "tracks."

I know, I know, I'm a nitpicky typo person! LOL!


this is great, girl...you are talented...have you ever read carl hiassen? sort of reminds me of this....LOVE it


This story is great. Really sucked me in! When is part 2 going to be posted?

Tomah Belle

Wow Lisa!!! This is amazing!! You are so talented!! When do we get part 2??


Ronni, thanks for that heads up on tracts. I hate it when I make silly mistakes like that and don't catch it.

Part II should be up later today, kids.

Nancy Liedel - The Goat Rodeo

This is very good, but I want to take all the, "was" out. Because my editor pops me on that, every time!!! Your vision is clear and very visual, the descriptions crystal.

Don't let me start editing, you'll hate my guts.

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