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The characters moving through Connell's wondrous, hypnotic stories are vivid, unique, and somehow familiar. With insight and humor, they challenge the status quo, wrestle with shadows from their past, and make innocent mistakes - not always with the best results. ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published October 18th 2019 by Independently Published
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Jayne
Jun 01, 2020 rated it really liked it
I was gifted a copy of this ARC in return for an honest and fair review.

I was a little hesitant about reading this book at first. The cover doesn’t invite one in, with a barrage of repeated words that made my eyes go funny. It had a bit of a “try hard” feel about it, and the title seemed to suggest something frivolous, a trifling matter to pass the time if one had nothing else to do. It was an inauspicious start, and a shame because the stories themselves are startling, poignant, sometimes despe
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Grady
Jan 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
‘A man’s life is in his hands’

Washington, DC author/screenwriter Terry Connell has served as an acupuncturist, a therapist, an educator, and a yoga teacher and is known to this reviewer through his superb book SLAVES TO THE RHYTHM: A LOVE STORY, about which my response was ‘one of the most sensitive memoirs to come out this year. Not only does Connell have a first class story to tell, he also has a talent for writing that makes it difficult to believe this is his first publication. The book delv
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Bev Shaw
Jan 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I loved these stories and the writing style.
Everyone should be waiting to hear more from this author.
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Born and raised in suburban Philadelphia in the 60s and 70's, I am one of eleven children with a fraternal twin brother. Which means, yes, I grew up Catholic.
It wasn't THAT bad - except when it was.

When not bartending or waiting tables to pay for my education, I've been a teacher, a counselor, an acupuncturist, and writer. I haven't decided what I'll be next.

I lived in Boston for 20 years where
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