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Death is his lifeline, but is this any way to live? He’s an ordinary man, but he tells an extraordinary tale.

An unexpected combination of experimental medication and meandering contemplation opens a door through which his disembodied soul wanders, temporarily taking residence where other souls have departed. Upon his return ‘home’ each time, his terminal mystery illness wa
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Paperback, 288 pages
Published May 6th 2019 by Evolved Publishing, LLC
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What matters are the infinitesimal nooks and crannies, the whispy intangibles that seem to swirl between the sky and the rocks, the wind and the depths, the craters and the stars.

That said, good food, good drink, good exercize, adequate spelling, good friendship. Communication is everything.

Father, husband, son, brother, writer, singer, banjo player. Marketer, publicizer, songwriter, arranger, dog
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