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 Category:  General Fiction
  Posted: January 12, 2020      Views: 67
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BILL SCHOTT 

Retired Marine; retired high school teacher; married 33 years; father of three; five grandchildren; one rescue granddog.

He is a top ranked author at the #25 position.

He is an accomplished novelist and is currently at the #30 spot on the rankings.

He is an accomplished script writer and is currently at the #5 spot on the rankings.

He is an accomplished poet and is currently at the #60 spot on this years rankings.

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Chapter 16 of the book Saying Goodbye to Phyllis
a rembrance
"Phyllis Stewart" by Bill Schott



I first started reading Phyllis's work as she was writing a story about a young woman in 19th century England. It was everything I never read: a love story, a British period piece, and one I felt might have been aimed at teen girls. For some reason I was hooked on it and kept reading. She took the main character from her station as a servant to the heir of the estate for whom she worked. The surprises, the intrigue, and the research into what it was like in that era was compelling. This gave me insight into how a great author gets readers to follow a plot.

She was helpful to me as I submitted posts. She gave sound advice and unabashed comments.

She was an all-around entertaining person who knew how to pen romance, suspense, and humor. Our world was made better by her.

 

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