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TITLE
Coffee With A Side Of Greatness
AUTHOR
Jimmy Toscano
DESCRIPTION
This Essay explains how the simplest events in my life are the most gratifying, using the open road, and a cup of coffee to illustrate. [650 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
"An entertaining piece though a bit wordy. It could use some trimming. The author's sincerity shows. As a publisher I would consider publishing him if he would like to contact me." -- Sharida Rizzuto, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
"This piece makes Coffee and Bazooka Joe chewing gum assume previously unknown heights of metaphysical grandeur as the author recalls his father in a moment of freedom on the road in an all night diner. If I were a publisher, I'd keep this one." -- Hengist L. Knauss, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
"Hey, enjoyed it. It needs some refinement. I'm able to feel and join Jimmy in his moment." -- "Evaughnc", Kentucky, USA
"I found it interesting, Jimmy, however I felt that you were just giving me streams of consciousness reports at one moment and that it didn't necessarily all point to one emotion you were trying to elicit." -- John Santino, USA
"I was getting into the article because when I am on road trips, I look forward to going to gas stations for a bite to eat. I also like the description of the colors and food you see in the candy aisle. I want to go on a road trip right now." -- Ryan Betustak, Normal, Illinois, USA
"I liked this! There's some grammar/punctuation issues, but that's no prob. The concept is great, and good descriptions. Nothing hits the spot like a cup o' joe and a candy bar! Also liked the sentiment in the Bazooka comic strip. Nice! You should continue with this..." -- Kim, New Jersey, USA
"I feel that the idea behind the story is good but it needs work. It seems like you were struggling with the words. The rainbow isle of candy comment just doesn't blend with the Truck driver and bazooka gum story (I think you need to take out the candy isle and snickers and work with the story of your father and the truck driver). Good luck!" -- Kelly, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
"Very good story, anyone who has been on a road trip can relate to this story. Makes you laugh because if you have ever been in a all night gas station all the same things have happened to you." -- Jason Brown, Huntley, Illinois, USA
"He took me through a simple moment that we experience in our lifes and I loved it. I felt like I actually went to the gas station with him. It makes you just want take a roadtrip and stop for coffee and treats." -- Colleen Clark, Normal, Illinois, USA
"I felt impelled to go on road trip! I liked his descriptiveness of the gas station and what it felt like to stop and get some food. I have same feelings when I pull a all night road trip. There are a few grammer problems but nothing that a good editor can't fix. Publish it!" -- Chad Howell, Normal, Illinois,USA
"This essay was very interesting, his life was pretty much told in those few papragrphs. The way he used snacks and a cup of coffee to describe how his roads trip are was unique. It could have been a bit longer, but it was an interesting essay that told alot about him." -- Brandi Johnican, Normal, Illinois, USA
"This essay was great. I liked it because it is unique and I can relate to it. I love having a late night fix of caffeine with my friends, and I know how little things like coffee and candy wrappers can stimulate the mind. I can always fall into memories from the simlpest thing like a cup of coffee." -- Jessica Miller, Springfield, Illinois, USA

"Great descriptions of the candy isle.   It made me think about the smile that comes to my face everytime I enter a small little convience store on the side of the road.  Also, the enjoyment that you got out of Bazooka gum made me remember how much i used to love it.  I want to go get a piece myself. " -- Gail
"Very nice story, easy to relate too. Long trips and all you need is a couple bucks and memories and you are set." -- Jeremiah Dorl, Normal, Illinois, USA
"I really liked this essay.  It's so childlike but true.  It made me think of how it's amazing how the little things in life are the ones that keep you going even when the big things aren't going your way." -- Kim, Illinois, USA
"The story was very compelling, decribing the most tiniest of details, that makes for vivid expression of emotions.  His vivid use of words and how he describes things was very refreshing, it makes us think of the smaller things in life that we take for granted.  If he could further go into his memories about his father, that would make the essay ideal." -- Kris Balleza, Normal, Illinois, USA
"A good essay.  What I find the most intriguing is the underlying innnocence of a story that seems so simple on the surface, but surely is so much more complex." -- Drew, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Ok, WOW!  Excellent piece for teens and anyone else who doesn't know exactly where they're going in life but don't care.  This article used descriptions very well It put me in the mood to go out and drive till the sun comes up....."with no particular place to go!" -- Courtney M., Normal, Illinois, USA
"Very welll thought out. I totally had a visual picture in my mind through the entire essay!" -- Rick Nystrom, Normal, Illinois, USA

"Although I just scanned through the essay, I knew it was totally excellent. He expanded an experience usually dismissed and taken forgranted into a memoir that a lot of readers will definitely never forget." -- Abi, Pembroke Pines, Florida, USA
"Frankly this read like something written by a high school student.  You used different tenses (past and present) in the same sentance.  You also used different points of view (first person, third person, and second person!) in the same sentance.  "You walk down the isle and find what I'm looking for...") I mean come on!  And "you have like three dollars".  Like, Really?  Like, wow!" -- The Critic
"I love it. It's simplely put and worded just write and you feel a certain nostalgia while your reading it, thinking to yourself that you know the feeling that you have been there before. Or maybe you were the trucker or cashier... wonderful." -- Katherine Krahl, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
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© 1998 Jimmy Toscano
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
December 1998
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TITLE
A Slice of Hope
AUTHOR
Lawrence Vaduva
DESCRIPTION
The recognition of the invincible forces set in motion by deceptive beings, which present themselves in our everyday lives. [250 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
"Nice work, your story gives me hope." -- Jim Toscano
"Nice work, your story makes me hop." -- Fred, USA
"Okay, a little cynical can we say? Sure. But he had got some good ideas. I like the Olympus analogy. But is hate really stronger than love?" -- Lee Brickhouse, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Good stuff overall. Thouh I think that hate isn't stronger then love it's just more accessible and easier." -- Oliver Brackenbury, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
"Your work holds much truth to it. Most find love, but with hate attached to the end." -- Dave Friddle, Normal, Illinois, USA
"I like all your analogies, they make you think about things a little more. Good job!" -- Erin Johnston, Normal, Illinois, USA

"I like this essay.   It made think about different events and aspects of my life.  It was also short, sweet, and to the point." -- La Tanya Johnson, Normal, Illinois, USA
"This essay is a good way to state that you should go for what you want. Things may only make sense  in your mind, but you've got nothing to lose by trying to obtain what you desire." -- Joe Kalis, Normal, Illinois, USA
"I really understand what you're talking about and it has a good meaning." -- Snoop Dogg
"Very cool story! The creativity and the realism make the story happen.  I felt like I was in the coffeshop filling up a cup of coffee." -- Matt Voss, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Wow!  There is a lot of thought and feeling in your essay.  Some of your thoughts need to be reworded and made more clear.  Make sure you can get across your main point to readers of your essay." -- Gavin Pearson, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Dear writer, how about musing over the full half of the glass? Life is so short! If you spend it thinking over life." -- Madalina Vaduva, Osaka, Japan
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 1998 Lawrence Vaduva
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
March 1999
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TITLE
Saying Goodbye To My Friend Clarke
AUTHOR
Donald R Correia
DESCRIPTION
Reflections on the death and memorial service of a friend. [750 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
"Enjoyable and moving." -- Edith
"A very moving story.... It reminded me of my friends, come and gone...." -- Rima "Melysni" Chaddha
"Very emotional and moving. You have the ability to put your heart into a story. Keep up the good work!" -- Mary, Brantford, Ontario, Canada
"I think this story was very well written. It reminds me of all the funerals I went through. The author put thoughts that I had into words I could never express." -- Julie Pauls, Elmwood Park, Illinois, USA
"I really enjoyed the essay. It reminded my of how people must have felt when my cousin passed in a tragedy. It make me feel good that people have their own ways of dealing with a loss, which is the way it should be. People know others in their own ways and saying goodbye shouldn't be different." -- Beth Cunningham, USA
"I think the author did a great job bring out the feelings of this essay. After reading it I was, to say the least, moved and remembered the passing of friend as if it was yesterday." -- Kyle Smerko, Rockford, Illinois, USA
"Such a well-written essay. Very dynamic, and enjoyable." Ann West, Normal, Illinois, USA
"This was a very touching essay. Sadly, I can relate to watching friends come and go." -- Renee Edlund, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Very emotional, makes you think about losing someone close to your heart. It also makes you appreciate the time you have with your friends." -- Krista, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Well told story filled with sadness. I felt like I was back at a time when I lost a loved one." -- Liz Rauch, Normal, Illinois, USA
"This story was very well written, and very moving. The author has a way of putting his feelings and emotions into words so we can understand what he was going through. The story made me think about all of the family and friends I have lost. It made me think about how much I appreciate all of the friends that I have now, and how I should never take anything for granted, because one day it will be gone. Good job!" -- Tina, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Your essay really moved me. While reading I thought of funerals that I've been to and your depliction sounding just like the ones I went to. Even though mine was for a family member I know what you went through. Very good essay." -- Michelle Talman, Wadsworth, Illinois, USA
"I know how it feel to lose a friend. There are many different ways to lose a friend, but they are all hard. The hardest one is to death and it is hard to get over the essay tells exactly how evryone acts during a funeral. Trying to make everyone remember that person as they were when they were alive. In the end you can do nothing but remember them in the past and only wish that you had a future with them." -- Barbara Talowski, Hickory Hills, Illinois, USA

"I thought that the essay was very moving, and I thought that by the author saying "Goodbye Clarke," after every paragraph made it even more powerful." -- Katy Henkel, Normal, Illinois, USA
"This is a very touching story!  It kept me reading until the very last sentence, waiting to hear more about this man." --  Jill Salems, Normal, Illinois, USA
"This essay is very well written, there seems to be places that there are words missing, it may be from the transfer from paper to internet, re-reading can solve this.  Very touching story." -- Jessica, Normal, Illinois, USA
"This was a very touching essay.  I think it helps that most people can relate to what the author has to say.   Even if we haven't lost a friend close to us, we realize how hard it would be.   And we are thankful for the friends we have. The author reminds us not to take them for granted." -- Tara, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Your essay was very personal and compasionate.  I could tell that you put your heart and soul into this essay by the things you say.  After rading this essay it helps me realize how important friends are and we should cherish them while they're still here." -- Michelle Harris, Normal, Illinois, USA
"A very pointless essay.  I guess reading the essay was also a figment of my imagination." -- Kenny, Illinois State University, Illinois, USA
"The story is very touching.  It is easily related to.  Everybody has someone that has made an impact in their life by just being a part of it.  It is true, some things are true whether they are said or not.  This piece emphasizes the importance of friends and family." -- Serena Vazquez, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Very touching, well thought out, lot of inner soul in it." -- Rick Nystrom, Normal, Illinois, USA

"Very poignant.Very well written. I think when one has lost someone very close to them, and only then, can you feel the passion and emotion of this essay. Goodbye Harry...." -- Barbara Carey, Norwood, Massachusetts, USA
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 1999 Donald R Correia
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
March 1999
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TITLE
Good / Common Man in the Arawak Language
AUTHOR
Belkis Kambach
DESCRIPTION
An essay on the Arawak language. [1,200 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 1999 Belkis Kambach
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
March 1999
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TITLE
Hibiscus
AUTHOR
Belkis Kambach
DESCRIPTION
An essay on Hibiscus, rosa-sinensis Malvaceae. [500 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
"Another tour de force by Belkis Kambach with the aromatic breath of the time-honored hibiscus from the Dominican Republic. You can almost smell it!" -- Hengist L. Knauss, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
"I only read this because Belkis looks like the hottest babe on the Net. Turns out she has talent too." -- John B, Houston
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 1999 Belkis Kambach
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
April 1999
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TITLE
Suomi (Finland)
AUTHOR
Belkis Kambach
DESCRIPTION
A paean to Finns and Finland.... [1,250 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
"Moi, I was in Finland for 3 weeks in '95. It was a wonderful experience for me that I will always remember. I went and stayed with my Finn friend in Lahti. I was also in Helsinki, Turku, Mikkeli, and Lappeenranta during my stay there. "Make a Finn friend, and you have one for life!" They are loyal and true people with big hearts. Her family's hospitality and kindness I will always remember. Their language IS a very difficult one to learn. Fortunately, most of them speak English as well - I would have been absolutely lost if they hadn't! Keetos for the shared appreciation of Suomi." -- Leah, Woodstock, NY, USA
"Belkis: IŽll definitely have in mind these reasons if I ever go to Finland. Your experience seems to me very interesting." -- Luis Maria Cano, Madrid, Spain
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 1999 Belkis Kambach
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
April 1999
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TITLE
Cuban Wall, A Collection of Essays
AUTHOR
Alessandro Menegazzo
DESCRIPTION
Cuban Wall:Destiny often acts like an evil being with a macabre sense of humour. [350 words]
Marketing: Marketing is a good thing for helping people meet what they need… sometimes! [250 words]
Delight Food Co.: What shall we have for lunch tomorrow? Don’t turn up your nose! [200 words]
Cold Dish: Revenge is a dish best served cold… and wet! [250 words]

[Translated from the Italian by the author.]

READERS' REVIEWS
"The best story was the one about the grandfather. It was the only one that really made sense. Maybe some of the collection was too deep for me." -- Tiffany Hosea, Bloomington, Illinois, USA
"I thought the story was rather interesting. The ending caught me off guard." -- Brock Allen, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Cuban wall is very interesting with a twist that will surprise most readers." -- Clint, Normal, Illinois
"I felt that the Cuban wall story had a good touch of humor. I enjoyed it quite a bit." -- Jeff Hammann, Normal, Illinois, USA

"I feel that the article regarding the Cuban Wall was interesting and completely got my attention.  It was interesting to read about this man listening to someones misfortune." -- Edwin Reyes Jr., Melrose Pk., Illinois, USA
"Really excellent. He looks like the new Buzzati." -- Saverio Cacopardi, Verona, Italy
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 1999 Alessandro Menegazzo
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
May 1999
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TITLE
The Child That I (Never) Knew
AUTHOR
Samantha Carter
DESCRIPTION
This essay discusses the ongoing issues of the author's struggle to remember an innocent childhood she never had, and yearns for still. [600 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
"Very deep and sincere, growing up to fast is an all to often occurence." -- Patrick Collier, Normal, Illinois, USA
"I found that this essay was well written and explains the trauma one woman went through by being forced to grow up to fast and how it still effects her today. I found this essay very sad but am glad for the fact that I know think of myself as having more possessions than I ever could have known." -- Susan Long, Normal, Illinois, USA
"It is uncontrolable at some points in everyone's life because growing up is inevitable. Not being able to have a childhood is not always the best for everyone, but if it happens, it was meant to happen. I read your little profile and if I read the right one, it seems that you still have a lot of your life to live. I have not been in your situation. I do not know exactly why you grew up too fast. You did not explain the cause of your missed childhood." -- Stephanie Weber, USA
"I think that in today's society the children are growing up way too fast. Parents need to realize that their children need love and support. The children also need a time in their live when they can make mistakes and still have the comfort of their parents to protect them. Samantha Carter wrote a good piece that needs to be thought about because there are a lot of people out there who have not experienced a childhood. And as these people grow older it is time for them to experience a piece of that childhood before it is too late." -- Lauren Mennenga, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Reading this story brought back memories of my own childhood, and made me glad I could remember it. Written very well!" -- Anne Sullivan, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Your essay is very good and interesting. You are not the only one that thinks they missed out on their childhood." -- Yolanda Gallegos, Chicago, Illinois, USA
"I feel deep compassion for this particular essay. Many of todays youth are growing up way too fast and do not even realize it. It is good to know that there is a role model out there that knows what it feels like to not have a childhood. I sympathize with you and I also applaud you." -- LaTonya Thompson, Normal, Illinois, USA
"I felt that this essay was well written. Many people often feel that they have lost their childhoods and there is nothing they can do about it. Childhood is the most important time in your life and it should never be lost." -- Kate Kahoun, Normal, Illinois, USA
"The emotion in this article was quite overhelming. The author makes you feel as if you know her pain, and lonliness. This article was very touching, and a great way to help others relate to what it's like to grow up to fast." -- Mai-Lee Ua, Normal, Illinois, USA
"This is an excellent way to express your feelings of a forgotten childhood. I think now days everyone trys to grow up to fast. Then when it is to late they notice how much they have missed out on." -- Kristin Pettersen, Normal, Illinois, USA
"The article was well written, but I was a little confused about why she missed her childhood. Who was the soul mate? The essay was good, but it could use some more explanation about what went on to make her miss her childhood." -- Christin, Bloomington, Illinois, USA
"I liked this essay a lot. I felt it gave very desrcripive words which made me feel for the author. I do however think that it was her choice to miss her childhood. She could have done whatever she wanted to do." -- Brittany Buechner, Elk Grove Village, Illinois, USA
"The way the author told the story gave me the impression that she didn't want someone to feel sorry for her, but hse wanted to go back into time to change what she had done. I think the main point that she was trying to get across is the fact that everyone makes mistakes in life and just try to live life your fullest." -- Jennifer, Normal, Illinois, USA

"I was confused at times reading this essay.  You don't say what caused you to lose your childhood.   I'd explain and give more examples about why you feel you never had a childhood and what factor or factors made you grow up so quickly." -- Bridget O'Brien, Normal, Illinois, USA
"While the essay was well written, and payed extreme attention to detail, I believe that the core of the piece was lost in the language and "build-up".  Perhaps if more attention was payed to the cause of the lost innocence, the effect would be easier to follow, and more justified." -- Meghan McNeeley, Downers Grove, Illinois, USA
"When reading this essay a lot of memories pondered through my mind. I know of a girl who lived her life to fast and never didn't experience a childhood. She wanted to grow up to fast and experience things at a very early age. I never understood  why she wanted to grow up so quickly. Many people think that once you have found something that makes you feel good you should just run with it. But you shouldn't, let it grow and experience it day by day and don't rush. There are plenty of  days, so why rush anything?" -- Jenny Millage, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Well-written but a little vague. It gives the essence of all your experiences but it kind of keeps the reader hanging. A narration of the actual experiences wouldn't be bad." -- Abigail Copuyoc, Pembroke Pines, Florida
"It is very sad that people grow up too fast and miss out on their childhood." -- Lindsay Rucks, Normal, Illinois, USA
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 1999 Samantha Carter
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
May 1999
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TITLE
Thoughts on Mothers, A Collection of Essays
AUTHOR
Sandi Elizabeth Brock
DESCRIPTION
Thoughts on Mothers: From holding a newborn to motherhood.... [650 words]
Kosovo [450 words]
Inferiority [750 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
"[Thoughts on Mothers] Wonderfully written Sandi! You brought up a lot of memories, feelings, and emotions in me. Keep writing!" -- Michael Powers, Wisconsin, USA
"Sandi - I enjoyed all three of your essays. Very well written. Keep on writing for sure." -- Elaine, Cedartown, Georgia, USA
"I so enjoyed reading Brock's thoughts on mothers. As a mother, I could relate to much of what she wrote. A lovely dedication to a worthy group of women!" -- Susan R Franzen, Bloomington, Illinois, USA
"I enjoyed each and everyone of your stories. The very first one made me think of my mom. All the feelings you described in it are the exact same feelings my mom said that she had when she had me. Granted I am not a mother and would not understand all of these feelings, but they seem very special. Keep writing, you are a great writer!" -- Nancy Northcutt, Illinois, USA
"I really enjoyed reading your "thoughts on mothers" essay. Although I am not a mother, I hope to be in the near future and your essay has made me excited and gave me a realization of how special of an experience motherhood is, and what a strong feeling it brings. Also, I agree that we are blessed because only women can conceive. Many women take it for granted and some even complain about it!" -- Amy Fritz, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Great writing! It reminds me how important my mother is to my life. I felt so much emotion and love coming from your writing." -- Jiro Nakazaki, Normal, Illinois, USA
"I really enjoyed reading your essay about mothers. It was very well written, and everyone can relate to it. It made me realize how important my mom is to me. I can't wait to be a mother and experience all the things you wrote about in this essay." -- Marcey Etheridge, Normal, Illinois, USA

"Your essay on mothers was great.  It got me to think about how great mothers really are- including my own,and how  proud I will be to one day have that feeling and responsibility of motherhood." -- Brittny, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Your essay raised many question about the crisis in Kosovo, but never attempted to answer any of them.   This essay would be more effective if you supported you ideas with evidence and answered all the questions you asked." -- Phillip Johnson, Normal, Illinois, USA
"Your Essay on Mothers was fantastic!  It made me want to go home and call my mom right away to tell her how great she is!  Well written and you obviously know what you're talking about." -- Abigail Hursh, Normal, Illinois, USA
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© 1999 Sandi Elizabeth Brock
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
May 1999
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TITLE
Oh Canada
AUTHOR
Anna Hood
DESCRIPTION
Written when my husband and I moved back home to Canada after living in Florida for a few years. [1,000 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
"Anna, Spoken like a true patriot. I too love my country. My husband also seems to think the grass is greener on the other side of the border. This story is well written and I can feel your emotions. Good luck with your writing." -- Mary, Ontario, Canada
"I can see your point. I love Canada, well what I have seen of it I do. It sounds like a beautiful place and you explain the view very well." -- Stephanie Weber, USA

"This essay was not only very descriptive, but it was also fun to read.  Ann did a great job of keeping me interested and I enjoyed what I read.  It also had a very good point behind it!" -- Albert Margis, Normal, Illinois, USA
"This story is very touching.  The images you create in my mind are very powerful.  The incorperation of "Oh, Canada" is a great idea." -- Phillip Johnson, Normal, Illinois, USA
"I winced when you criticized my city, but I suppose we do have some environmental problems. Yet Toronto is   a beautiful city, the most diverse in the world, and a vital part of Canada. To say otherwise would be ignorant." -- Kevin, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 1999 Anna Hood
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
July 1999
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