Too Fast: Selected True Tales from the Madman of WheelchairJunkie.com

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From the memoirs of WheelchairJunkie.com Editor, Mark E. Smith, comes this full-throttle collection of short stories. Smith's true tales like "Racing for Pink Slips," "Selling the Infirmed," and "Drinking with Henry Rollins," dive into the depths of disability experience-raw, revealing, and raucous. From parenting to partying like a rock star, this collection is an inspired portrait of not just living with disability, but truly living.Maybe you've read Smith's childhood autobiography, Growing Up With Cerebral Palsy (WRS Publishing, 1995), or were inspired by his contributing authorship in the Chicken Soup for the Soul best-selling series. Or, maybe you've followed his infamous career via WheelchairJunkie.com and countless articles in publications ranging from Sports 'N Spokes to Malevolence to the San Francisco Chronicle. In any case, Too Fast is Mark E. Smith to the core, with never-before-published pieces, intertwined with selected classics like "Flirting with Fame," roaring through a life of wild wonderment and uninhibited disability.Whether you're among the tens of thousands of Smith's monthly readers, or new to his empowered journey through disability, Too Fast is the literary equivalent of rocket fuel for life. Buckle your seatbelt, and grab this book.

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Mark E. Smith, the infamous Editor of WheelchairJunkie.com, has achieved remarkable successes, despite severe cerebral palsy. Mark, a widely-published author, attended San Francisco State University?s prestigious creative writing program, and now lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and daughter, where he works in wheelchair development for Pride Mobility Products.

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