I Can Always Sleep Tomorrow: Real Life Stories of Love and Larceny, Adventure and Awakening

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Fiction - 121 pages
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I Can Always Sleep Tomorrow is a short story collection based on actual events experienced by the author. Settings include multiple locations in the United States and Canada as well as In Asia, Europe, and Africa. There are stories of adventure, romance, war, criminality, and more.

The author's short stories have appeared in many magazines and short story collections. The stories in this book have been featured in "The Villager"; "True Love"; "Heroes from Hackland"; "Aim, America's Intercultural Magazine"; "Vermont Ink"; "The Kit-Cat Review"; and "Potomac Review."

 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
5
Introduction
7
The Stories
9
Role Model
11
Poetry and Ping Pong
21
The Love Rock
33
Cold War Warriors
41
May Day Memories
53
Separate Rooms
69
Invitation to Hollywood
83
Soul Mates
93
The Star Spangled Serengeti
111
Epilogue
121
About The Author
123
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About the author (2003)

Everett Elting is a citizen of the United States and of Canada. He has lived in four countries, traveled to dozens more, and writes about his experiences all over the world. For the last twenty years of his working career, he ran a large advertising agency in Canada.

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