Memories of a War & Short Stories
by Avery L. Weeks


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is but the dust of fallen
stars, and man himself
was once inside a star."

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Gimmicks and Lures

Posted by A.L. Weeks on November 6, 2010 at 4:10 PM

My friend, who helps manage my site, feels I must have a gimmick to lure readers to my website and that I was under the mistaken impression that that is the job of the subject matter. If that is not the case, then please take notice of the mistletoe attached to my coattails as I turn to take my leave.



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6 Comments

Reply Marjie Hoffman
1:00 PM on April 12, 2011 
Haha thats funny! I just found this site and can't wait to read more. More then gimmicks it's word of mouth. I will be telling all my friends to enjoy this too!! Please continue on....
Reply KDLee
7:13 PM on February 11, 2012 
well said.
Reply Charlene Rubush
12:09 AM on May 7, 2013 
So glad to have found your wonderful site. Thanks for your service to our country. Can't wait to read and learn more. My father, son and husband are all Army vets. My first husband was a Vietnam vet.
It's wonderful that you are sharing your experiences with us.
Reply A.L. Weeks
5:48 PM on May 16, 2013 
Hi, thank you so much for your kind words about the website and for informing me of the Army vets in your family. Your comments are valuable, and inspire continuation. Best wishes, Avery Weeks
Charlene Rubush says...
So glad to have found your wonderful site. Thanks for your service to our country. Can't wait to read and learn more. My father, son and husband are all Army vets. My first husband was a Vietnam vet.
It's wonderful that you are sharing your experiences with us.
Reply whiteman
9:36 AM on June 9, 2013 
put the mistletoe on your fly and wait there.
Reply A.L. Weeks
4:28 PM on June 10, 2013 
George, I've run around with my zipper open my whole life, but at 90 it's a waste of time. "There's no 'there' there".
whiteman says...
put the mistletoe on your fly and wait there.