THEN HER WIG FELL OFF: Sometimes You Just Need to Laugh
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THEN HER WIG FELL OFF: Sometimes You Just Need to Laugh

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This is a short story or article.

THEN HER WIG FELL OFF is a story that the author heard and wrote about, in a Hair Salon, the same one that is pictured on the cover of the book.

Inside you will meet the person called "The Magician" who takes anyone who walks through the door, and not only makes their hair look better, but makes them FEEL better as well.
Kindle Edition, 10 pages
Published August 8th 2011 by Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Robert MacNeil
Then Her Wig Fell Off is a very short story, but one you'll enjoy reading! It's a snapshot of an otherwise ordinary incident... the author's visit to a beauty salon. Yet the author describes the events of that moment with such warmth and color you feel like you're there with him. You find yourself thinking that you know people just like the people there, and you enjoy experiencing this brief slice of their lives. I encourage you to give this story a try! You'll be glad you did!
Kathy Hall
Will Bevis has a way of bringing into his world, past or present, and enjoying every moment of it. This little adventure in a beauty salon both takes you back to a beauty shop in your past and delivers you resoundingly into the one he describes. I laughed and then I treasured the little wonderful things in life - just like Will does. Enjoy!
Elaine
A very short story - a place to feel good; You have to wonder what your hair stylist really thinks when she says something like "I like that color on you."
Elaine
a very short story - a place to feel good
Lucinda Rose
Review coming soon... loved this book..
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