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Alice in Shtuppingland

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Seventies slacker (to use a word not yet invented) and aspiring writer Alice moves from Virginia to Boston in 1977, with nothing but her intelligence, sass, and a MasterCharge. Attacking life and its problems the way a shark pursues prey, within weeks she's accumulated a shared apartment, a job, and an assortment of friends that you'd expect to find on the other side of ...more
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Published March 7th 2011 by Barrie Abalard, via Smashwords
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Bending The Bookshelf
Sep 30, 2011 Bending The Bookshelf rated it really liked it
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Alice in Shtuppingland is a story that’s so bizarre, so unpredictable, and so delightfully bewildering that you can’t help but try to dissect every chapter to determine what’s autobiographical, and what’s fiction. I intentionally saved reading the introduction (A Word About the Seventies) until last, precisely because I didn’t want to know in advance what was true. It’s a story that takes us on a bumpy, shaky, wooden rollercoaster ride through escaping domestic abuse, writing for an adult ...more
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Apr 06, 2011 Barrie Abalard added it  ·  (Review from the author)
I think it's one of the best books I've written, maybe the best, but I'm not going to review it...
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I've come a long way, baby. (And, if you remember the ad campaign that line is from, you're probably close to my age...)

I've been writing both smart-assed and not-so-smart-assed erotic romance and erotica since 1995. My stories often have a spanking component or sub/dom elements, but the non-sex portions of the plots are (at times) inspired by doings in my real life.

In the past, I've worked at a t
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