FIREWOMAN

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iUniverse, Mar 24, 2004 - Fiction - 96 pages
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Firewoman picks up where Raising the Seams left off. The author has seamlessly drawn upon the success of his first book to bring the reader back into a world where everything is not what it seems. Whether telling us the story of a mysterious woman on a small Caribbean island or a family picnicking in a graveyard, the author brings us into stories not soon to be forgotten. The author relies on classic storytelling techniques to both frighten the reader as well as make the reader laugh.

This book also includes two scripts from short films. These scripts show the author's versatility in drawing upon less conventional subjects, including a metalhead's take on the future of music.

Firewoman will scare you and make you laugh. The author hooks you from the first story to the last. Anyone who has ever read a Stephen King story, watched a Quentin Tarantino movie, or listened to a heavy metal tape will be able to relate to the stories in this book.

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Firewoman picks up where Raising the Seams left off. The author has seamlessly drawn upon the success of his first book to bring the reader back into a world where everything is not what it seems. Whether telling us the story of a mysterious woman on a small Caribbean island or a family picnicking in a graveyard, the author brings us into stories not soon to be forgotten. The author relies on classic storytelling techniques to both frighten the reader as well as make the reader laugh.

This book also includes two scripts from short films. These scripts show the author's versatility in drawing upon less conventional subjects, including a metalhead's take on the future of music.

Firewoman will scare you and make you laugh. The author hooks you from the first story to the last. Anyone who has ever read a Stephen King story, watched a Quentin Tarantino movie, or listened to a heavy metal tape will be able to relate to the stories in this book.

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