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Aaron Overfield

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Apparently highly offensive but relatively easy on the eyes. He means everything he says, unless someone takes offense–in which case it was just a joke and perhaps they shouldn’t be so uptight.

He has a son, a lover, a mother, a father, sisters, brothers, good friends, a dog, and a foul mouth; therefore, he has all he needs. Veil is his first book, so he’s not entirely sure what he’s doing, but he gotsa liking for the story and the characters. His only hope is others do as well. If they don’t, screw 'em. He never liked them anyway.



Also the content manager for the Estate of Nina Simone: www.ninasimone.com

Since 600+ pages is proving to be a lot for some folks to swallow, I've divided "Veil" up based upon its three parts. Each part can be read separately. Thought this might make it a bit easier to breeze through.



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Published on December 19, 2012 02:22 • 137 views • Tags: aaron-overfield, new-veil-world, veil
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Veil

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Veil (Part 3: Unveiling)

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“She tried to keep in mind how scared and hurt Hunter was and decided to let him have that one. She chose to give him the benefit of the doubt and not take it personally. Besides, she wasn’t sure if she walked over there and slapped him, he wouldn’t slap her back. Not only did Veil put an end to chivalry—and the dichotomous gender myth overall—but it was Hunter. When combining gay, irreverent, and unpredictable, chances were high that somewhere in the mix, slapping a woman wouldn’t be unheard of.”
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“He rolled his eyes at Suren. He couldn’t stand the sound of that sow’s voice. Hearing her say his name was especially traumatic. About as traumatic as, say, being stuck in an elevator for eternity with a coked-up Gilbert Gottfried arguing with a methed-up Fran Drescher while a drunk Harvey Fierstein attempted to mediate.”
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“That all opposites—such as mass and energy, subject and object, life and death—are so much each other that they are perfectly inseparable, still strikes most of us as hard to believe. But this is only because we accept as real the boundary line between the opposites. It is, recall, the boundaries themselves which create the seeming existence of separate opposites. To put it plainly, to say that "ultimate reality is a unity of opposites" is actually to say that in ultimate reality there are no boundaries. Anywhere.”
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Heather Since I am buying the kindle version, what can I have autographed at your book signings?


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Aaron Overfield Heather wrote: "Since I am buying the kindle version, what can I have autographed at your book signings?"

Did you just really ask ME what I will autograph of yours?

Do you really have to ask?!?!?!?!?!


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