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Frank Friendship's Free Fireworks: Two Darkly Fun Short Stories Starring Everybody's Friend

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Some no-hopers are heroes… Meet Frank

“Fun reads for dark evenings and I definitely need more Frank in my life” — Yellow bookworm

Frank is the outrageous and much-loved star of the Frank Friendship series and here’s a chance to meet him before he was famous. Two feel-good short stories to bring a smile and introduce you to a very different kind of hero.

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Kindle Edition, 32 pages
Published October 30th 2015 by Wolf Ears Media
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Liz
Nov 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing
In this book we have two short stories starring Frank Friendship. The enigmatic character always up to no good, no bad, and all sorts of other shenanigans.

Frank's Free Fireworks is a story set around Halloween and Bonfire Night. It will have you laughing and gasping. It's quite amazing how one man can be so much trouble without having a clue in his sweet well-wishing mind. Harlmess, and full of adventure, Frank delivers a proper firework display which remains a mystery to some and in the process
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You can't help but fall in love with Frank Friendship 💜
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Nov 10, 2016 rated it really liked it
Two stories

Frank Friendship is a man with big ideas. Unfortunately, he isn't the brightest so those ideas might be a bit questionable. Like his idea to make a free fireworks show for his church without telling anyone. Boom. As a child, Frank had a wild imagination. A trip to the store could be an exciting space adventure.

These two short stories are fun. As an adult, Frank is a big lug that you can't help but like. As a kid, he reminds me of the cartoon character, Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes, j
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These were some dangerous short stories about blowing things up. Friendship is a character with a very bad temper. He likes to get his way.

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I caught up with local writer R.G. Manse in an odd little cafe near Stockbridge in Edinburgh. Manse writes outrageous stories, closest to contemporary mystery, but not your auntie’s murder mystery. With a genre as popular as mystery, why not stick to the script?
“Too many elves,” Manse says and swills the dregs of a tea gone cold.
I blink at the non sequitur but Manse goes on to clarify.
“I used to r
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