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Funnier than PSYCHO but darker than A CONFEDERACY OF DUNCES, MILTON RECOMMENDS still has enough mommy issues to give both of those stories a run for their money. A prolific reviewer of consumer goods, Milton lives a basic and measured life, where routine is king and pleasures are graded. Call it safe or call it sad; either way, it's turned around by something as simple as ...more
ebook, 64 pages
Published September 20th 2014
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Nov 02, 2014 Sarah rated it really liked it
A completely engaging story about the tragic/comic Milton! His journey of self discovery through a maze of shellfish allergies, celebrity gossip, and non-watered down juices will captivate his audiences and have them asking about the authenticity in their own daily lives. A fantastic read!
Oct 25, 2014 Greta rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
This is my book, so I'm a bit biased. It's not perfect, or revolutionary, but I think it's worth reading. Maybe, just maybe, you'll think a little bit about your own life when you read it, as I thought about my own life while I was writing it.
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Greta C. Wink spent most of her childhood in Machias, Maine, where a lack of extracurricular options resulted in a lot of time spent entertaining herself with dolls, books, and the stories she began to write down. For several years she was editor-in-chief of THE FRENCH FRY NEWS, the Wink household periodical, in which she first began to tackle topics like dictatorship and revolution.

After graduati
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