An American in Heaven

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John Hunt Publishing, Oct 30, 2009 - Fiction - 189 pages
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Melanie may be a dead teenager, but she's also an outrageously funny bad-mouthing bitch who doesn't care what you once thought about the afterlife, cause she's gonna give you the straight goods. No church crap. No science crap. No goody- two-shoes-gets-you-in crap. She's giving you the unvarnished truth as she sees it every day of her deadlife, no denial, no whitewash and no dumbing down.
 

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Contents

On with the Show
1
Back at the Dorm
4
Sweat
6
Amy Walks In
11
The State Im In Now
16
Bummers
27
The Victims Island
35
God Hides
44
Another Time on the Island
90
My Residence
95
Nighttime on Earth
102
Things Happen
111
The End of Avoidance
122
The Following Chapter
132
Reading the Newspaper
137
Pastor Liz
146

More Family Crap
51
Some Fun Stuff
58
Wanna Tell Ya
65
My Useless Brothers
76
The Afterlife Gloomies
83
Something Different
151
More of the Same
161
What It All Means
167
What About Andrea?
184
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About the author (2009)

 Gordon Phinn is a writer, journalist and spiritual counselor of 25 years. He lives in Toronto, and contributes to periodicals, guests on radio shows, and conducts seminars on psychic development.  His "anotherwordofgord" wordpress blog is read in 53 countries and his "wordofgord"  Youtube video series has had about 20,000 hits.

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