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Sliding Along the Watchtower

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On a cold and wintry night somewhere in New Mexico a hitchhiker stumbles into an all-night diner and a competition to see who has the best story. There are only two rules in the telling: Each story has to be interesting, and it has to be true. But are his fellow diners ready for the story he brings to them?
Paperback, 74 pages
Published September 12th 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Stephanie Stone
Sep 19, 2014 Stephanie Stone rated it it was amazing
This book was a short, wonderful read by a brand new author. It is a novella of short stories, however they all tie together with one central theme centering around a hitchhiker that wanders into a diner. It is imaginative, flows nicely and kept me wanting to know what comes next. It is a great mixture of dark, horror and sic-fi. Excited to see what else Paul Martinez has in store for us!
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Oct 27, 2014 Paul Martinez rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Paul Martinez is a freelance writer, poet, and professional traveler. His literary interests vary from classic fiction to weird fiction to science fiction. When not writing or working at his day job he can usually be found pretending to be a rock god at the nearest karaoke bar.
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