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Cocktails with Burty: A Prose-Etry Anthology

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Published (first published April 21st 2011)
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Mary Cote
Funny? Hilarious at times.
Heartbreaking? Definitely
Thought provoking? Without doubt. This collection covers the gamut of subjects -- war, peace, love, hate, and laughter -- from the most unique perspectives and with a voice that is unmatched.
AmandaLyn Donogal
Burty writes some great poetry. These metaphorical spins on war, politics, love and life will keep you reading, and wanting more. The voice? Unique, and to be treasured.
Tom Bryde
The perspective gained from the pieces in this collection could change how we look at every facet of society and life. This one packs a lot of punch.
Haggis Chihuahua
The best lobster prosetry I've read in some time.

I'm sure Burty would have been proud.

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We consider Dave to be a true renaissance man who hangs his hat in sunny Southern California. Dave also sings. Used to sing long ago-now I occasionally growl!!!!

The above was written by my publisher-well not the growl shit. Don't ya love the way these things are written?

We consider Dave to be a true renaissance man. Damn I think I will change it!
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