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How can one cave man stack wood, build fire, hunt beast, and clean nail? Especially since they’d lost their water basins on top of...well...on top of every tool for survival she’d gathered over the years. Lost them because he didn’t know how to protect violent, crude tools he didn’t know how to use. 

The world he saw was full of color. Could he do something more than simply hunt, gather, and build?

Could he make something that really meant something?

©2020 Lancelot Schaubert (P)2020 Lancelot Schaubert

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  • 04-09-22

Good Short Listen

This was a good little short story about a cave man and his woman, and what they dealt with in those times. well narrated by Daniel Dorse. I received this audiobook for free from the author and FABC. I am providing my voluntary review.

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  • 05-09-22

Do Dreamers Care?

Yes, this story is predictable, but like a warm blanket, that familiarity is comfortable and you are left feeling warm inside. This presents a wonderful snapshot of what it means to be a dreamer who simply wants to create for the sake of creating. Loved it.