Kathy Hepinstall

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Kathy Hepinstall

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Odessa, Texas, The United States
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Kathy Hepinstall was born in Odessa, Texas, and spent a large part of her childhood two hours from the Louisiana border, where most of her relatives
reside. She lives in Austin, Texas.


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Sonny Boy, a sleekly pelted purebred douche with a horribly entitled disposition, has driven his mommy and daddy, two humans who trumpet their mental instability to the world by calling themselveshis mommy and daddy, to the brink of insanity.


His demands have grown incessant and nothing has worked, neither cat whisperer nor Feline Calming Spray nor Douche Camp.


Now it is time for a visit to th...

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Average rating: 3.66 · 4,788 ratings · 834 reviews · 6 distinct works · Similar authors
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“Her childhood had been magical, hours spent in ecstatic loneliness in the apple orchard, dreaming of foreign lands and wild adventures. Everything was new, down to bird song and grass blades. By the time she had reached adulthood, the town around her was like a grandmother who had used up all her stories and now simply rocked on the porch. The same flowers, the same streets, year after year. She longed for someone more exotic. A prince. A pirate.”
Kathy Hepinstall, Blue Asylum

“That's what war was. A great motion and then a great stillness in which the winner crouches and the loser lies facing the sky.”
Kathy Hepinstall, Blue Asylum

“They had engaged in what could not be called treatment or even discussion, but open combat, the two of them a microcosm of the great war raging in the far distance: one side that desired autonomy, and the other that took independence as a sign of madness.”
Kathy Hepinstall, Blue Asylum

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