This weeks Flash Fiction Tale

Modern Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Stories Book 1

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Hi Everyone, here is this week’s Flash Fiction Tale, and, it will be appearing in book 2 of my short stories. This week’s story is called: Dude! It’s Wild Life

Along with the birds in the treetops around him, he was the first to see the morning sunrise, and the last to see the sunset. Everyday, he saw breathtaking views of the Serengeti plains surrounding him. All he wanted were the sweet succulent leaves atop the nearest tree.
Late in the afternoon, he spot the poachers, knowing full well, they were here for the elephant and rhino horns, and not … (click here to read the rest of the rest of the story)


Facebook Results from my Amazon Giveaway Promotion

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Hi Everyone, I would like to thank all those who showed interest in my Amazon Giveaway that ended on March 16th, on Facebook 4,068 People were Reached with 768 Reactions: likes, Comments & Shares were all nice positive reactions. Amen

For all those who missed my Amazon Giveaway, my new book can be purchased on amazon “Large Print Catholic Word Search Fun! Book 6: Romans & Corinthians” for $6.99


While you wait for my next book …

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The Great American Locust Plague in 1874

While you wait for my next book, here is an amusing tongue in cheek flash fiction story you might enjoy. The plague of locusts finally reached Washington, an emergency meeting was called in the White House. However, it did not get very far when Senator Locutia stormed out of the negotiations, cursing them all, “A plague on both your houses!”

No one took him seriously. After all, like all the rest of them, he was only there for his own best interests, and not willing to negotiate anything. Their President sighed, “Just once, I wish … (Continued on to my Flash Fiction page)


A Thank You Shout Out to UCONN Magazine

Go UCONN Woman's Basketball!

Check out the article on Civility

A quick thank you to UCONN Magazine, for posting the Class Notes on page 41 about my winning the 2016 Little Tokyo Short Story Contest and the publication of my book, “Last Master of Go” book.

You might want to check out the excellent article on civility, which our society is sorely lacking in this day and age.

Go UCONN Woman’s Basketball Team!


Joe Wocoski


How to Have Meaningful Fun with the US Constitution?

Hi Everyone,

Discover the US Constitution

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Have Constitutional fun while you learn

Discover the Roots of Democracy

This Presidents Day, why not check out my fun and meaningful US Constitution Word Search Book for all students of the US Revolution and Democracy.   Here is a Fun and Meaningful Way for you to Discover the Roots of American Democracy. On every page are 12 meaningful and fun key words or phrases to find in the texts of the US Constitution and other key documents created by our Founding Fathers.

Thank you

Joe Wocoski




Why Not Let Shakespeare Entertain You?

Without looking it up, name me just one quote that you remember from even one book by any author, other than a book title. Then think of Shakespeare, and his quotes role off our tongues, as they were meant to do. His quotes have become a part of our language and our very souls. He was the playwright of his times. He enriched our lives with literally hundreds of quotes in his plays. Right off the top of my head, Shakespeare’s most famous line comes to mind, “All the World’s a stage and we are mere actors upon it.” OK, so I didn’t get it perfectly right, but you know what I mean.

You may know the titles of your favorite author’s novels, but with Shakespeare you know his words for sure. We use his words everyday without realizing it. There is a world of difference between Shakespeare, and any other author who has ever lived. Shakespeare never wrote a novel, his plays were meant to be spoken with meaning and performed Live.

So Why Not Let the Bard entertain you, today?

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