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Stoner with a Boner: (It's a Long Story) Paperback – September 7, 2011
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From the Author
I've produced my writing as a small press alternative publisher since the early 1980's, I gained my first modest commercial success in the 90's with a nonfiction book about phone sex still available as collectible erotica. I retired from active promotion to raise a child and work a day job. I wrote late at night and circulated the writing among friends and strangers-I-met for fifteen years, until I morphed into an empty nester.
I now have four books available online in print and eBook format, the fifth due out in March 2012 and a sixth in May. All told, there will be twelve books considered The Private Publications to be completed in 2013.
Half the collection is sexotic and counterculture, not suitable for some. I tag them as Bedside Readers for the Adult Mind. Sweet Talkers (Words from the Mouth of a Pay-to-Say Girl); The Lunarium (One man's memories of the watchers and the watched) and Stoner with a boner (It's a Long Story).
The other half are all-age narrative fiction of family life, strongly voiced character studies. The Lent Hand (Adventures in Beach Town Towing), Joody (A Case Study in Post Dramatic Stress Disorder). Coming Spring 2012: Stainless Mary (Birth the Faithful).
Self-publishing is a perfect fit for me; I let Amazon and CreateSpace do the retailing and I do the designing. I've always PRODUCED my work and encourage others to do the same, let it fly!
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The story flows well, even though you have no real idea where you are on the time space-continuum. But that is all right, because when you are focused on two primary needs for your life, time has no relevance. You just were merely are- walking through life and somehow, when you are not paying attention, you find yourself in the here and now.
Which is where the story begins.
The writer has an excellent vocabulary so you enjoy the philosophical effervescence of the main character who appears to be that really cool dude that never puts any effort behind it. He is who you want to be, a person you want to know, the guy you want at your party- because then you know that you are part of what that crowd is, even though the author secretively keeps that crowd outside of the main character's mind and keeps you focused on the small pieces of the bigger picture that give the character his style.
This is a book to be savored like a good bottle of wine. You don't gulp it down; you enjoy it in sips. And as you glimpse this Man as he moves through his life, you find him engaging and wishing that you knew him.
And then you start changing the sheets on your bed more frequently.