The Smith Family Chronicles

by John Shore on March 18, 2011 in · 6 comments

Below are all the episodes of “The Smith Family Chronicles.” The series was launched on Feb. 25, 2011. (You’ll notice how with each episode I grow more proficient at using xtranomal’s options for movement.)

You can read about why I did this series in my post, “Oh, the Secrets We Keep, the Lies We Tell.”

You can read about why I stopped doing them in my post, 500 “Smith Family Chronicles” FB Fans by Episode 8, or Adios, Series.

You can read what’s in store for the Smith Family on my post, “The Smith Family Chronicles 8: Bob’s Dream” (And a Novel Idea!).

You’re invited (still!) to join/”like” the SFC Facebook page.

This is not a Smith Family Chronicles episode, but … I made it, and I like it, and here it is:

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Anthony Wayne August 28, 2012 at 3:42 am

Great watch John. I just found out about your writing and am very excited to see you have very similar to my own. I’ve actually written a book on the topic of hell as well and (although I haven’t read yours yet) it seems like it would be in line with your own. On the issue of homosexuality, you have very clear and insightful writing. Hopefully there will be a time in the near future when Christian’s look back on their treatment of homosexuals and are ashamed, much like some churches former position on slavery and women’s rights.

Anthony Wayne,
http://anthonywayne.net

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Kristi Jaylise Parker May 10, 2011 at 10:04 am

Hi Mr. Shore, I’ve enjoyed your Smith Family Chronicles series–my goodness! Janes father really took me for a loop! I thought, “How can he say he loves his daughter no matter what then turn around and disowned her like that?!” I can’t believe that, it’s sad.

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Gryphon77 March 30, 2011 at 11:46 am

The last one is my favorite episode so far. :) you are awesome.

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John Shore March 30, 2011 at 10:38 pm

Well, thank you, Gryphon. I appreciate hearing that.

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