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Take It To The Limit by
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Prompted By Banned Books

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I'm not sure I've ever encountered any banned books, but if I had, I would have made a point of reading them.
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I Can See Clearly Now by
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Prompted By The Eyes Have It

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My vision has been bad for so much of my life, I can barely remember a time when it was good. Until now.
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Mama Said There’ll Be Days Like This by
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When I bemoaned some terrible day I had had, she probably did say "there'll be days like this". . . but you'll get through them.
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With a Little Luck by
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In a Basket Raffle, you deposit your raffle tickets only in the baskets of the items you want to win.
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Coming to America by
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Prompted By Refugees

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What is the difference between an immigrant and a refugee? I pondered this question while writing my story.
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Here We Go Again by
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Between March 2020 and March 2021, I wrote five stories about the pandemic, my own plague journal a la Daniel Defoe.
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Photographs and Memories by
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Prompted By Photo Booths

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Photo booths were great in the days when we didn't have cameras - black and white photo strips preserved our memories.
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Memory Motel by
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The most memorable hotel I have ever stayed at is Mohonk Mountain House, for its architecture, comfort, and -yes- food.
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What I Wouldn’t Do by
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Prompted By Cheating

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I will admit to cheating at cards when I was young, but it was solitaire, so I wasn't cheating anyone else.
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The House That Built Me by
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The house I grew up in had many wonderful features, including an attic and a basement, and both were put to good use.
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