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BEER, WOMEN AND THE WRITTEN WORD by Adam C. Mitchell

 

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Description

The book you have in your hands follows the path of Mitchell’s semi-autobiographical alter ego, Harry Block.
Through the highs and lows of a job he hates, impending parenthood, the trials and misadventures of redemption, and a rather long and successful in alcoholism.
All the while dealing with the struggles of the written word and writer’s block (no pun intended)

“For too long I messed up, broke up, broke down and hurt you, and then made up just to play that same horrid LP all over again. Yet, as one of them so called writer types the world and his wife claim me to be, I’m a sucker for happy endings. The guy gets the girl, she saves him. He loves her. Fade to fucking black.”

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Excerpt

“For too long I messed up, broke up, broke down and hurt you, and then made up just to play that same horrid LP all over again. Yet, as one of them so called writer types the world and his wife claim me to be, I’m a sucker for happy endings. The guy gets the girl, she saves him. He loves her. Fade to fucking black.”

“I knew those filthy words, no other women talks as dirty or as flirty. Nor cause my willy-wangler to get more wood than Sherwood fucking Forest.

“Fuck-trumpet…Lou…is that fucking you…What the fuck are you doing in the devils own, glorious fucked up  big red bum hole.”

“Oh hey Harry… how are you today?”

“It’s a very butch thing to do, hiding from your angry woman. Ask any man, they’ll agree. When the women get angry the men get going. I hunker down in a window booth. It’s still early so nobody’s here but me and the waitress. She holds up a cup. I nod, my coffee is on its way.”

“Don’t get me wrong I love her to the moon and back, wouldn’t be without her. In so many way’s she is the best part of me,  she’s more than a woman to me. Frankly she’s my everything. Yet, her one flaw and she doesn’t have many is that fucking temper, and I’ve put her through more than her fair share of crap in the lifespan of our relationship, to warrant the claws”

 



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Author Bio

Screen Shot 2019-09-07 at 17.11.38Adam is the writer of The Lost Angel, Central City Tales & Chloe’s Justice. He is also a contributor to several Independent Anthologies, all of which are available on Amazon. Adam has been a fan of golden age Pulp and crime from the 1930’s and 1940’s era. It’s because of his love of this genre, his novels follow the exploits of Jack Malone Private Investigator.

Beer, Women and the Written Word is his break away satirical novel.
In 2015 Adam overcame a crippling case of Dyslexia as he was writing his first novel. He now uses it as a platform to bring awareness about this learning disability. His aim is to deliver the message that it can be overcome, and it doesn’t have to become an obstacle. He has proven that if you set yourself a goal, and you want it bad enough, you can overcome and succeed.

“This is a semi-autobiographical novel based on my life all the events in the book did happen but have been to some extent exaggereated in various degrees for effect. This is also book one of a potental series. it was delibratly written to be rude, crude and politically incorrect.


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“This is a semi-autobiographical novel based on my life all the events in the book did happen but have been to some extent exaggereated in various degrees for effect. This is also book 1 of a potental series. it was delibratly written to be rude, crude and politically incorrect.”


Read a blog Review Here


A COLLECTION OF REVIEWS BY AUTHORS, READERS AND BOOK REVIEWERS

“DELICIOUSLY WET AND SOMETHING HARD”

{author d.m pennington}

“I don’t know if I spent more time with my jaw on the floor or laughing hysterically”

{author christy mann}

“A book that digs into the mundane and not the miraculous. It’s about !#@$ing time”

{author d.m pennington}


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