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My name is Stan Morris and I live on a farm on the island of Maui. I have epublished several books, and I am currently working on several others. I am married and we have two grown sons. I love to garden, and I grow lots of stuff. I love sports; I have four LCD TV's in my man-cave. I read a lot, but not as much as I use to. I like to write; I hate to proofread. I love music. I would never pirate a song, because I want to own the album. MP3's are acceptable only if I have ripped them from my own albums. I love to drive cars and I hate to work on them. The three greatest influences in my life are religious fundamentalism, conservative atheism, and the civil rights movement. Politically I am an independent despising equally, Democratic Party machine politics and the crackpot anti-science Republicans.

favourite books

The Past Through Tomorrow by Robert A. Heinlein
The Caves of Steel by Issac Asimov
Oath of Fealty by Niven and Pournelle
The Crystal Cave by Mary Stewart
Silver Pigs by Lindsey Davis
The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien
The Harry Potter series J. K. Rowling
The Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyer
The Civil War by Shelby Foote
A Splendid Exchange by William J. Bernstein
The Great Bridge by David McCullough
Naked in Death by J. D. Robb (Nora Roberts)
Rendezvous by Amanda Quick (Jayne Ann Krentz)
The Adventuress by Marion Chesney (M.C. Beaton)
1632 by Eric Flint
On Basilisk Station by David Weber
The Call of the Wild by Jack London

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Surviving the Fog

Stan Morris

Ever been to summer camp? What would you do if almost all the adults left "for a couple of hours" and never came back?

Ever been to summer camp? What would you do if almost all the adults left "for a couple of hours" and never came back? What if you discovered that the elevation of your camp was above a mysterious fog containing monsters? What if your parents never came for you? How would you survive? What would you eat? How would you prepare for the winter? Come and join Mike, John, Desi, Eric, and Yuie and the rest of the campers as they struggle against nature, outsiders, and themselves to rebuild a world populated almost entirely by teenagers.


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maretha wrote 52 days ago

Dear Stan, Thank you so much for keeping African Adventures on your s....

maretha wrote 200 days ago

Dear Stan, Thank you so much for your sustained support in getting my....

Software wrote 211 days ago

Hello Stan, Hope you are well. Doghouse Blues is currently at 1. ....

rukan mk wrote 221 days ago

Hello my friend, How are you today? My name is Miss Rukan, i am a bea....

maretha wrote 232 days ago

Dear Stan, Thank you so much for your kind support thus far. I could ....

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I wrote 622 days ago

Maretha, I was interviewed recently about my writing and the interviewer asked me who was doing some good writing. I mentioned your name and three others. I thought you would like to know. view book

I wrote 654 days ago

Sara, You have a very charming story here. It needs some editing. In some paragraphs, the sentences seem out of order, and there are some adjectives and adverbs that don't add to the story. Sometimes Wendy's dialogue seems to be a little too mature for a ten year old. But over all, I think this... view book

I wrote 659 days ago

Brian, Thanks for your comments. I appreciate this. You might want to read the first chapter of Surviving the Fog-Kathy's Recollections. It answers at lot of your comments. I'll answer some of them here. "Have you considered not opening your book by disclosing the involvement of an alien p... view book

I wrote 661 days ago

Totally fascinating. I was captivated immediately. I saw the list of errors that was posted, but I was so engrossed in the story, that I dd not see them. view book

I wrote 662 days ago

Derek, for the most part, your imagery is outstanding, much better than the average writer. The only one I would question is ,"like jagged shadows piercing an already forgotten dream." That one was difficult to imagine, and that is where your imagery is so good, I can see it as you say it. view book

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