Bryant A. Loney

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July 04, 1997

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Bryant Loney was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1997. Sea Breeze Academy is his third novel; he is also the author of To Hear the Ocean Sigh and Take Me to the Cat. He loves dogs, poems, and haunted mansions. You can follow him on Twitter (@BALoney) and Instagram (@BryantLoney) or visit him online at www.BryantLoney.com.

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To Hear the Ocean Sigh

3.69 avg rating — 54 ratings — published 2015 — 6 editions
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Exodus in Confluence

4.20 avg rating — 20 ratings — published 2013 — 6 editions
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Take Me to the Cat

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Sea Breeze Academy

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The most phenomenal book I have read in a long while. Read an excerpt. Give it a shot. I am so, so grateful I picked up this memoir.
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The most phenomenal book I have read in a long while. Read an excerpt. Give it a shot. I am so, so grateful I picked up this memoir.
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“The weekends are too short for sleep!”
Bryant A. Loney, To Hear The Ocean Sigh

“There's always hope. And oceans. Hope and oceans.”
Bryant A. Loney, To Hear The Ocean Sigh

“Some people were simply created with the right genes and the proper social skills, I figured. They ended up at a lunch table with a group of good-looking individuals, like them, who did what all good-looking individuals managed: making the rest of us feel both envious of them and sad for ourselves, intentional or not. They had activities outside of school and followers online—people of social necessity who sat at home on Friday nights and 'liked' popular posts in hopes that they, too, might one day be as attractive and personable.”
Bryant A. Loney, To Hear The Ocean Sigh

“You do not need to be temperamental or upset to be a novelist. Don’t embrace the tortured artist rhetoric that any life difficulties might serve to benefit and enhance your writing. That’s damaging. Counterintuitive. Writing can be so incredibly lonely, and when you’re alone with your thoughts for long enough to produce a hundred thousand words of your own headspace, it can be scary. Suffering is not good for your art. Mental health care is. So talk to someone other than your future readers about the problems you are facing. Someone you know and trust. There is no shame in asking for help.”
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“There's always hope. And oceans. Hope and oceans.”
Bryant A. Loney, To Hear The Ocean Sigh

“The weekends are too short for sleep!”
Bryant A. Loney, To Hear The Ocean Sigh

“Are you afraid of the dark?” I asked.
“No. Monsters aren't real. This is real. I'm scared of what could happen when the lights go out.”
Bryant A. Loney, Exodus in Confluence

“Some people were simply created with the right genes and the proper social skills, I figured. They ended up at a lunch table with a group of good-looking individuals, like them, who did what all good-looking individuals managed: making the rest of us feel both envious of them and sad for ourselves, intentional or not. They had activities outside of school and followers online—people of social necessity who sat at home on Friday nights and 'liked' popular posts in hopes that they, too, might one day be as attractive and personable.”
Bryant A. Loney, To Hear The Ocean Sigh

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