Barbara Lynn Terry

Am I the only one?

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Am I the only one reading Murphey's Law (Revised)? I have never read the original story, but to me this story has all of the elements that makes a great mystery. I have compared this story to the ones written by Dashiell Hammett and Agatha Christie. This whodunit takes place in the 1960's and is a very good story. Everybody who hasn't read the original should read this one, because Murder She Wrote has nothing over Murphy's Law (Revised). And even the ones who read the original story should read this one again.

Love & hugs,
Barbara

Chrissie Now Available for Sale!

Chrissie
by Barbara Lynn Terry

 
This is the Story of o ­ne Ronald Kingston, who at 7 years old befriends a female classmate. What he finds as a result of befriending this girl, is something he never counted on ­.

Why Was Chrissie So Lonely?

And What Does She Do About It?
 
Find Out!

You Asked For This

One of my girlfriends told me one day, that she would rather be a guy. When I asked her why, she just said because guys have it way easier. They don't have to keep their legs together, they don't have to have periods, they can't get pregnant, and they can pee standing next to any tree or bush. She even said that being a girl was like living a curse.

You Asked For This
by Barbara Lynn Terry

Chapter I - The wish comes true.

What Mother Didn't Know - Chapter 16

"...It is so nice having the two of you here. I had almost forgot what it was like having a little girl to look after. You know Sue, that I am very happy right now. Two of my best friends in the world live in my house, and one of those friends even brought her sister. Thank you, Susan Marie Kelly, you are a wonder..."
 

What Mother Didn't Know
Chapter Sixteen
After Court

By Barbara Lynn Terry

 

What Mother Didn't Know - Chapter 15 - Susan Goes To The Hospital

"Objection, your honor. There is no evidence presented that says the minor child has XX chromosomes."

"Over Ruled. Mr. Marks has filed his medical reports on the blood work, the physical examination, the x-rays, and the hospital procedure to remove the useless layers of skin covering the child's vaginal opening. Now, Mr. Connors, if you keep objecting, knowing that we have irrefutable medical evidence showing this child to be genetically female, I will hold you in contempt!"
 

What Mother Didn't Know
Chapter Fifteen
Susan goes to the hospital

By Barbara Lynn Terry

 

What Mother Didn't Know - Chapter 14 - Susan Gets Her Medical Examination

"Doctor, are you saying that I am a real girl?"

 
What Mother Didn't Know

Chapter Fourteen

Susan gets her medical examination

By Barbara Lynn Terry

 

What Mother Didn't Know - Chapter 13 - Susan Gets Good News

Dang tears, they seem to come at the worst times. We sat on the bench just outside of the changing rooms, and I didn't care if others saw me or not. I was happy, and I am a girl, and I had a right to cry whereever I wanted to, for whatever reason. Bobbie sat on one side of me, and Cindy on the other. They held me from both sides, to show they were very serious about being there for me.
 

What Mother Didn't Know

Chapter Thirteen

Susan gets good news

By Barbara Lynn Terry

 

What Mother Didn't Know - Chapter 12 - At Court

Chapter twelve - At court.

We just stood there inside the door, and Mrs. Granger just held me. She walked me over to the sofa, and sat down with me, motioning Bobbie to take me upstairs and show me my room.

What Mother Didn't Know - Part Two - Chapter 11 - Mother Gets Sneaky.

Chapter Eleven - Mother gets sneaky.

I went to my room, and did what little homework I had. Then I put my books on my dresser, and got out Little Women and started reading. Mother came in my room, and sat on my bed.

"Ronnie, this thing with Dr. Johnston didn't go very well. But tomorrow, while you are at school, I have an appointment with Mrs. Beale. She wants to talk to me about you, and even though she says that you make a beautiful girl, you should be raised as a boy. So she wants to talk to me about that."

Anything For A Moped

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I am reading the story in Crystal's Story Site "Anything For A Moped", by Dawn De Winter, and I find it very confusing. First of all, Kyle makes a deal with his mother that he can buy guy looking clothes in the girl's department, and nobody would know the difference. Then his mother adds to the deal, that Kyle wear a sports bra, and panties, but that he should watch his movemets or the bra would ride up. Then he gets to playing hoops with his friend Jason, who immediately says he is playing like a girl, and yet, Kyle is watching his movements so he is not discovered.

Thoughts on my short story Brandy

I was reading over my short story Brandy again, because some of the comments I had gotten, said that the SRU wizard never changes his M.O. Hmmm, yet he is a wizard with a sense of humor, sardonic as it is, and does do good for people with genuine hearts.

Okay so, the interaction of the wizard is what makes him loveable, and his attire is a conversation starter, and he always does buisness in his little shop that crops up here and there every now and then. BUT.....

Girls Lie Too

Girls Lie Too
by Barbara Lynn Terry

Get up, David. There's a policeman at the door, and he says he needs to speak with you."

"Huh," I said sleepily, wondering why mother was waking me up.

"There's a policeman at the door, and he needs to talk to you."

"Why does he want to talk to me?"

"He wouldn't tell me, he just said he needs to speak with you."

The Interview - Part 2

The Interview — Part II
By Barbara Lynn Terry

I sat in the kitchen, after getting home. I made myself a cup of tea, and just thought about what had happened today. I applied for work as a waitress, dressed as a woman. The manager liked my attitude and hired me, telling me I start in the morning. Since I started at six A.M., I went in my bedroom, and set my alarm clock. Then I took out my uniform from the package, and put it on the back of my chair, very neatly, so as not to wrinkle it.

Chrissie

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Well everyone, I'm just posting this to say that Chrissie is finally finished. The chapters that are posted here, have been edited, and gone over with a mine sweeper. So they are just a tad different.

The book will be ready for sale in about 2 months, or shorter, because I am editing it right now.

Hey everyone!

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Hey everyone, I'm writing from Melbourne, Australia. It is really nice here, and even though there are homophobic people here, like everywhere else, the acceptance for trangencered and gays is just unreal. I guess nobody can be themselves without conflict of some sort, but I have been here since October, 2007, and I have had no problems.

Also, I had to reregister a new account to get in, because this site wasn't recognizing my username or email address. But for whatever reason, I am still the same old Barbara Lynn Terry (smiles).

Natalie - A Journey Into Womanhood

This story is a work of fiction. Any similarities between any persons, living or dead, and any places, actions, dialogue, things, etc., is purely coincidental. This story is being written to show kindness, love, acceptance, understanding and family values for transsexuals and their families. This story involves a young male-to-female (M2F) transsexual. The medical procedures in this story are what all M2F transsexuals go through, either at the time of the complete operation, or even before. There is no actual violence, or sex involved, drug abuse, or child abuse either.

To Be Or Not To Be

Synopsis:

What can you do, when you're not happy as a boy?

To Be
Or
Not To Be

by Barbara Lynn Terry

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Author's Note: The idea for this story is credited to Beth Ann who wrote Sister's Party Dress which is now posted in Fictionmania...

Part I To Be Or Not To Be.

Why Can't A Man Be More Like A Woman? - Jennifer

Synopsis:

What do you think, when you are taken to the girls' wing of a hospital floor?

Why Can't a Man Be More Like a Woman?
Jennifer

by Barbara Lynn Terry

Home Sweet Home VI

Synopsis:

Will Jamie's father get out of prison? What other surprises will she find after leaving the courthouse?

Home Sweet Home VI

by Barbara Lynn Terry

Part 6 - All Good Things

Story:

We walked out of the courthouse to the waiting limo. Jeri opened the doors for us and we got in. On the ride home, we talked about the sentencing and the case as a whole.

Home Sweet Home III

Synopsis:

Jamie wants her real mother and sister to come and live with her at McCreeley Manor. Will she get her wish?

Home Sweet Home III

by Barbara Lynn Terry

Home Sweet Home - II

Synopsis:

Jamie has found a home. What delights, surprises and other things does she find in her Home Sweet Home?

Home Sweet Home II

by Barbara Lynn Terry

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