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No Man Is An Island

Brian Staff

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ISBN 10: 0980247403 / ISBN 13: 9780980247404
Published by WordisWorth, 2008
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Title: No Man Is An Island

Publisher: WordisWorth

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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This is a collection of short stories about life. It's rather tongue-in-cheek, a bit raw, clearly cynical and, above all, humorous. The open-minded among you will love it. If you are easily offended, then be prepared to be so. All of us need to get through this dysfunctional life somehow. This book is a witty guide to charting your course - you could look upon it as an alternative life-coach. It is a collection of short stories, which look at life from three angles: the person and their personality, how it can shift and change; the social animal that has to deal with family, friends, co-workers and strangers; and the odd situations that just come out of nowhere and leave us scratching our heads in bewilderment. It is a witty and entertaining look at contemporary life and experiences, and you will either guffaw, groan or cringe as you read.

About the Author:

I am Englishman with US citizenship, so that probably makes me an Anglo-American. I have an ancient PhD in Computer Science and have worked for most of my life in selling or marketing information technology. The triathlon bug has bitten me, so most days you can find me somewhere in the south bay area of California, running along roads and up trails, swimming across a murky lake or chlorine-filled pool, and pedaling against the breeze. I wrote my first novel at the age of seven for my Uncle Joe, and have now written five more, which are longer than the first one but only a little more sophisticated. I have lived in London, Madrid and Edinburgh before settling in California and have traveled widely and unwisely. The stories in No man is an island are almost personal essays, but I have used writer's privilege to make them more interesting. Oh, Turning 50 is not autobiographical, but perhaps I wish it were.

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