Quick! Act Normal is a collection of original and thought-provoking short fiction which explores the nature of personal reality, and the varieties of human relations. These twelve stories introduce us to characters such as Frankie, the love-struck thief, Crispin, the nudist on a mission, and Faye, the socially phobic painter. They are all taken on emotional, spiritual, sexual and philosophical journeys which celebrate the mysteries and the miracles of the everyday. "What a story! It's easily the best short story I've reads in decades." - Luke Rhinehart, author THE DICE MAN on 'It's About Time'
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Michael Ford is an Anglo-Azorean writer, born in Rhodesia in 1973. He travelled widely through his education, relationships and work, and his studies took in forestry, landscape management, journalism and radio, geography and history, philosophy of science and environmental ethics. He worked as an environmentalist, writing books, articles and studies on sustainability policies and practices, speaking and supporting campaign activity on these issues around the world. Wishing to take his enquiry into human experience and behaviour deeper and wider, he now writes fiction which explores themes relating to relationships, identity, spirituality, sexuality, morality and the nature of reality.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Book Condition: Good. 2013 - Paperback - Used - Good - - Shows some shelf-wear. May contain old price stickers or their residue, inscriptions or dedications from previous owners in first few pages and remainder marks. - .-. Bookseller Inventory # SD-05-6-0005