Provolone: A short work

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Arab Idiom Hill, Mar 1, 2021 - Fiction - 110 pages
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Have you ever stopped and looked at your coworkers? Especially those in the back, the ones you've never interacted with. Who are they? What are they doing? What are they thinking?

Each of these individuals has his or her own story. They have their battles, defeats and victories. Ask them a question, and you realize they are the center of their own universe.

In this book named after an aged pasta filata, we explore one story that spins into a web of interconnected individuals. We explore life, death, and the workplace that holds it all together.

 

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Contents

Cover
Jacket
Songs
Puddle
The Sandwich
Forgetmenot
Elevators
Stories
Afterword
Copyright

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About the author (2021)

Ibrahim Diallo is a software developer, a tech blogger, a storyteller, an entrepreneur, and a writer.

Dozens of news outlets, including BBC, have featured his story. He has worked in small startups as well as Fortune 10 companies.

When he is not writing code, he turns his work experience into stories you can enjoy.

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