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Jan 7, 2013: PROFESSOR MORIARTY'S SHORT STORIES (KINDLE EDITION) now available on #1 Amazon.com #2 Kindle Store $6.98 Thanks for the development, Trigger Street. A.B. Holy (?) Cross. M.A. Psychology, Michigan State. ex Rugby, George Washington RFC. Science News & American Psychological...
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Jan 7, 2013: PROFESSOR MORIARTY'S SHORT STORIES (KINDLE EDITION) now available on #1 Amazon.com #2 Kindle Store $6.98 Thanks for the development, Trigger Street. A.B. Holy (?) Cross. M.A. Psychology, Michigan State. ex Rugby, George Washington RFC. Science News & American Psychological Assn. Writer. Rugby Magazine. Writing style/format: APA. NYT/Washpost. Final Draft. Theatrical name: Hemingway. I write from the precociousness. Native Washingtonian, D.C. Gonzaga High School. I write semi-fiction.
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A review of The Song Of Davie (Part I)by James Moriarty on 07/09/2014This lengthy 39 page adolescent courtship story is written by a fine writer who captures the country lingo of farm country. Let the words speak for themselves: "grass green...coals of love...from the future...weren't wivin'...promises unkept...ground into soap...then let the heart speak...who wants nothin'...to do with you...shoulda thought this one through better." Don't... read
by James Moriarty on 06/10/2014Filmfamman can throw a good fast ball and create excellent metaphors/similes/analogies. He takes the reader into deep space and picks up the sounds of rock n roll from the Earth. Fats Domino for one...and Eddie Cochran "Summertime Blues." "You're too young to vote." Most errata are trivial, but clean 'em, writer. According to the plastic Quick Study.com guide: quotation marks... read
A review of The Unemploydists: Part 1: Sexistby James Moriarty on 05/29/2014"Unemployed" is a weak story written as a screenplay. It is essentially a cynical joke...but these recessionary times deserve cynicism on behalf of the unemployed. It looks like the writer will apply the same technique to "racism" in Part 2. Errata: too many grammatical/spelling errors to list, but here are some. Capitalize letters at the beginning of sentences. missing commas... read