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Discussion in 'Fiction & Non-Fiction Stories' started by Jerry D Young, Jan 7, 2010.
Percy's Mission by Jerry D Young. Copyright 2009.
Amazing story - I started it and can't wait to finish reading it! :woohoo:
All I have to say is wow ... just finished reading.
Thanks for writing that!
Hmm... Jerry... I have things that need to be done ...
My boss says the same thing to me .. I try to do some reading when he isn't lookin' over my shoulder. Hope I don't get fired for this :gaah:
I concur. This is my favorite so far! and I've read 13. :congrat:
Just 58 more to go (plus new ones), if I don't get run off.
I don't see that happening. :thankyou: You're a hit!!!
58 more to go ... I think I need to move my reading time to net reading time.:help: LOL
What book deals do you have going on ... ... and do we get a signed copy!!!!!!!!!!!:beercheer:
Nothing going on with the Prep/PAW fiction, though I am thinking about it.
I do have a coupleo other published works. A romance novel, "Mr. Man", and an adventure story, "Shipwrecked!"
Promoting oneself is usually against board rules, so if you would like a link to check the books, PM me and I'll send it to you.
:2thumb: , as usual.
Wow, Jerry! Just decided to google you, and your name actually comes up in the auto complete. After getting in Jerry D and starting Young, stories and fiction comes up as choices. Kool, a Google celebrity.
Don't worry you won't!
Amazing story this was, the best so far (although I have only read like three of them so far)
keep up the good work!!!
Currently reading this after all the ones on the first page up to this one and they are great reads. My only comment would be it seems like all your main characters have money or are well off which makes it easy to drop 700 dollars for air filters and 170 for a radiation key chain, etc. It would be interesting to read a story about a normal family barely making ends meet who is able to prep without a fortune supporting them since I feel most of us could relate to that.
Great stories either way!
Glad you like the stories. Might try "The Slow Road", "Bad Times Coming", & "Everyman". They are more practical type stories.
I'm about 2/3 of the way through the collection and there's a few in there. You'll get to them.
How'd you do that Jerry??? :scratch
I'm a little slow today. Uh... Do what?
Get that post in ahead of me.
I didn't notice you on line so I was letting mn know there are low $ stories. When it posted you were already there.
It just caught me off guard.