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Read chapters selected by Louis Berry and some of his readers’ favorites.

Chapter One – Louis Berry’s Novel – Erstwhile (Adult Content) NSF Young Readers

The day spent on the beach ebbed into an evening together absent the desire to move away from the comfortable energy that surrounded the couple. Richard dug in the soft white sand with a shovel as his wife ferried the … Continue reading

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Chapter Twenty-Three: Louis Berry’s Novel, There’s Something in a Name

Guilt overcame him as he realized the contempt he held for those who chose a life based upon greed could be employed when describing him. Voracity for possessions that merely held physical value could no longer be ignored. He would have gladly traded his life for all that it provided, but when his avarice nearly killed Monica he understood their relationship meant more to him. Desires that were once carnal and mortal became spiritual and eternal. Continue reading

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Chapter 32 – There’s Something in a Name

During the night, as they slept, Julia received confirmation of the purity Owen desired. Not once did he intrude into her physical realm. Yet a single act displayed by her unconscious lover spoke volumes about his intent. At a time when his mind was free of influences from outside forces he reached toward her hand, interlocked his fingers in hers, and gently squeezed. Continue reading

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Chapter 1 – There’s Something in a Name

Below is the first chapter of my second novel, There’s Something in a Name. The story is of a young man who’s exiled himself to the debauchery filled island of Key West. He spends his days plundering a centuries old … Continue reading

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The First Chapter of My Novel, Erstwhile

Here is the first chapter of my novel, Erstwhile. As the name implies the story is about past occurrences that can affect our present and even take away our future. In this passage Richard and Susan demonstrate how much they … Continue reading

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