My Inflatable Friend: The Confessions of Rollo Hemphill

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LaPuerta Books and Media, Oct 16, 2009 - Fiction - 179 pages
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Dumb stunt with celebrity look-alike doll backfires. Boy fails upward! A car jockey at a luxury hotel in Beverly Hills, youthful hacker turned-slacker Rollo Hemphill devises a screwball scheme for making his girlfriend jealous. Through a silly but magical ruse, our hero gets everything he's dreamed about--except the girl he really wants--or any sex at all!
 

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 Gerald Everett Jones tells us: When I was in high school, my chemistry teacher approached me and asked with a sly grin, "You interested in mining?" I told him absolutely not. I was going to be a writer. Little did I suspect that he wanted to send me to a student conference on metallurgy where I could seek the fellowship of like-minded teens on a minimally supervised road-trip to the Big City. Undeterred by my abrupt negative response, he grumbled, "Well, you're interested in mining your own business, aren't you?" And he sent me anyway. Now I realize I should've listened more carefully to everything he said.

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