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How Bridge McCoy Learned To Say I Love You by [Robert K. Swisher Jr.]

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"This is one of the most original books I have ever read. It is also many other things, all special. Not the least is that every paragraph is a story unto itself. It doesn't matter what the subject; a road, a store, an animal, a thought. The talent that Mr. Swisher employes is so accomplished, so rare, so special, so literary and colorful..." by jkaccinni

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I worked on How Bridge McCoy Learned To Say I love you for five years. There are a few things creative writing teachers say you should not do in the book, but, having taught creative writing and with 14 traditionally published books and 6 indied I wrote the book the way I saw fit.  Enjoy.