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Winston G. Williams is that rarest of finds; a single, highly educated, successful and attractive single black man who - while searching for the woman of his dreams - is forced to confront his deepest truths. The story Williams tells, with searing compassion and unexpected hilarity, explores his poignant and seemingly protected childhood in the tiny central Texas town of Marlin. Williams' life is far more harrowing that what it seems, and from his vantage point at the end of the line behind seven other siblings, terror - in all its permutations - is common. Although he grows into a highly respected businessman in Austin, Texas, Williams plummets to the depths of self-annihilation with complete abandon. Facing death, he has an unexpected breakthrough that he believes will lead him to the ideal relationship - if only he can get the right woman to be with him once he tells her the raw truth about himself.
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Winston G. Williams graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in liberal arts and has completed postgraduate courses at Texas State University in business and management. He owns PS Focus Inc, and firm that specializes in law firm management and operations. He has written several articles for legal trade publications, including "What Can a Records Manager Do for You?" and "Bookkeeping".Review:
"Imagine going out on a date with the man of your dreams who shares the graphic truths of his character" --Our Texas Magazine, January 2005
"Williams' story is fascinating and original...an extraordinary memoir of a man whose life takes a dramatic turn..." --The Village News, January 2005
"This is a rare look inside the fun-loving and festering psyche of one of Austin's most productive brothers..." --John L. Hanson Jr., Producer, "In Black America," National Public Radio, January 2005
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Book Description Silver Box Publishing, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0974962104