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iUniverse, Apr 28, 2006 - Fiction
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Pru Sowers gave up a professional dance career for a life of sloth and malfunction, a move she has never regretted. Forced to find gainful employment at the age of 49, Sowers became a reporter for the weekly newspaper in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and conducts all her interviews at a rotating selection of local watering holes. Based on her philosophy that everybody on the planet is interesting for no more than 10 minutes, these 10 stories take both superficial snapshots and deep, unconvincing looks at a variety of characters who, while they may be crazy as doonbugs, are always lovable. A fun read!-Professor Petey EdgertonWhat a gal!-Frances McIntyreWhy can't I write like this?-William Shakespeare She can write but she sure can't cook. Avoid the tomato pudding at all costs.-Julia Child What are you talking about? The tomato pudding is fantastic!-Chef Guy Bonnet (pron. Bonn-ette)

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