After Her

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Holon Publishing / Collective Press, Apr 30, 2021 - 206 pages
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WARNING: THIS BOOK, WHEN READ UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL HAS BEEN KNOWN TO CAUSE READERS TO TEXT THEIR EXES. PLEASE PRACTICE EXTREME CAUTION WHILST READING.


Written to the women who walk this world and for the men who've let them walk out of theirs. After Her by Cole Schafer's alter ego January Black, is a gut-wrenching, heart-tattering play-by-play of a romance that left him in pieces.


After Her is a book about falling in love. But more so, it's about piecing one's self back together again after that falling comes crashing to the ground.


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January Black. Most author bios are written in the third person which makes absolutely no fucking sense. If I saw someone talking about themselves in the third person at a dinner party (not that I attend many dinner parties), I'd think them to be an asshat. Anyway, my name is January Black. I'm the alter ego of a gent named Cole Schafer. I wrote this book. I've written other books. I plan to write a great deal more before I bite the dust. If you want to learn more about myself, just re-read this book or pick-up a copy of One Minute, Please? If you'd like to learn more about Cole Schafer (though, I'm afraid, he isn't very interesting), I'd take a peek at his Instagram (@cole_schafer) where he shares pretty pictures (and words).Or, I would peruse Cole's creative writing shop (www.honeycopy.com) where he writes advertising for many of the brands you buy. I, unfortunately, don't have any affiliation with Honey Copy. In fact, Cole doesn't let me anywhere near the shop, concerned I might try and fuck one of his clients. All that to say, thank you for reading. It made my little scribbler's hearts burst with joy. I'd lick you but this is a book and you can't lick people through books. At least not right now. Perhaps in 2050. My God, will Fifty Shades of Grey be a wildly different book in 2050.But, I digress. - January.

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