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Penname: Dawn DeWinter [Contact] Real name:
Member Since: 20 Jul 2010
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I'm a male TG writer since 1999 and now living on the West Coast of North America.  No, I never lived in Newark, NJ.  That was just a fantasy of mine -- like eating at a Michelin 3-star restaurant. 

I have one other pseudonym that I use when I'm presenting my findings as an investigative reporter into, so far, the Da Vinci Code, Barack Obama's true identity and the conspiracy to impose fluorescent lights on a gullible public.  I am currently investigating the Bush family.

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Stories by Dawn DeWinter
Sex and the Little League by Dawn DeWinter Rated: Young Audiences (Age 9+) (K+) starstarhalf-star [Reviews - 3]

A tale about Little Leaguers, eleven-year-olds, having sex?  Nope.  This story is about the sex (or gender) of the players who played youth baseball before girls were officially admitted to the program in 1974.  It’s about one particular girl, Kelly Rodman, who may have been the first of her sex ever to play in the Little League World Series.  Those who know my stories will appreciate that there must be a twist – a curve ball – to this tale.  After all, it does come from Texas, the land of Pecos Pete and other tall tales. 


Disclaimer: The original characters and plot of this story are the property of the author. No infringement of pre-existing copyright is intended. This story is copyright (c) 2010. Dawn DeWinter. All rights reserved.


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[ Download ePub ] [Report This] Published: 06 Sep 2010 Updated: 06 Sep 2010
Fool Me Once by Dawn DeWinter Rated: Young Audiences (Age 9+) (K+) [Reviews - 0]

At eleven-years-old, Zoe is fed up with being played a fool by her fraternal twin Zack. Not only did Zack force her to share a womb and switch his blue blanket for hers, but he's aways arranged for her to be blamed for his lifelong efforts to become a girl just like her. An unusual story, told from a sister's perspective, that will have you wondering if Zoe's real curse is her parents.  But this story, like all of mine, has an unusual twist.  The ending has been labelled as being both sweet and spooky by readers.  Can it be both? Thanks to Princess Chelsea and Geoff for enthusiasm and editing.

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[ Download ePub ] [Report This] Published: 16 Aug 2010 Updated: 16 Aug 2010
Romeo and Juliet: The Real Tragedy by Dawn DeWinter Rated: Young Audiences (Age 9+) (K+) [Reviews - 2]

A comic retelling of the story of Romeo and Juliet using a transcript that Dawn purportedly found in a public library.  Witnesses to their final days include an unlucky cat burglar, the inventor of the tampon, a polysexual page, a lecherous prince, a transsexual nurse, a hair fetishist, a necrophilic nun etc.  It turns out that Romeo and Juliet died virgins as a result of being even more star-crossed as lovers than Shakespeare admitted.

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[ Download ePub ] [Report This] Published: 29 Jul 2010 Updated: 29 Jul 2010 Webutation