Chad Alan Gibbs

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Chad Alan Gibbs lives in Alabama with his wife, two sons, two dogs, and an embarrassingly large collection of Star Wars action figures. Two Like Me and You is his first novel.

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“When you meet her you'll know it because you feel whole, for the first time, and it's the best damn feeling in the world.”
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“It dawned on me I'd never considered the possibility she didn't talk to people because she was weird as hell, but that was my new working theory.”
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“Theologians talk about free will, but I couldn't have told her no if I'd wanted to.”
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