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What readers have said about Honea Byrne’s works:


Nice!!!!!!! I like it.- Robert Brown

Cool Work. Dark.- Samreznek-
Glad to know I'm not the only one who ponders these issues. - Samantha Alto
I love the short stories... LOVE IT. I love the form of expression...please keep it coming.-Cristina Guazelli

Your words are raw, truthful, a little scary, and evocative of a unique life’s experience.-John Mathews

We all have our dirty little secrets/perfection is a perception. –Angela Negron

Honea explains that his major complaint when reading a story is that it takes too long to get to the “good part.”
Therefore, he has done his best not to have boring “build up” parts.

Thank you for taking the time to read this piece. This is a debut of the series “0.” For about the cost of pack of cigarettes, or a comic book, and cheaper than a movie theater ticket, Honea gives you “Can A Woman Make A Man Lose His Mind.” This story has been shared in small excerpts, not as a whole story, on various internet mediums.
His growing fan base has demanded for his work to be published as a whole.

He has even received e-mails from women who say they have done the sort of things in the story to their men.

Now "YOU" or someone "YOU" know is going through a heartbreak. "YOU" are not alone. In his debut to kindle Honea identifies the idiosyncrasies that we all share when in "that relationship."

With thousands of views (and growing) on his various internet mediums, he is establishing himself as both an entertaining and socially relevant author.

Before "YOU" or that someone "YOU" know does something regrettable like calling them 50 times in an hour, or engage in other "so called" masterful compromising skills and other lawyer tactics to keep him/her, give him a read.

There’s someone out there right now who has given so much in their relationship that they have lost their own identity. Thus, when the break up comes they suffer great sadness. Some find themselves in psyche wards. Some even go the suicide route.
Without delving morosely into such variables, Honea refreshingly and humorously dwells into the psyche. Universal examples he illustrates are partners arguing on what music to hear, the insecurities of trying to make the perfect impression on her and her family, and also what to watch on TV.

During his patrols, Johnny Walker Knight, a school teacher by day and a masked vigilante by night, observed students he is trying to save dealing drugs. Out of frustration, he drives south on 49. A couple of wrong turns find him in the town of Whitmore. Here he is coerced into becoming a white supremacist. These two factors cause him to leave his old life behind and engage in what he perceives “normal healthy people do.” Find a woman, marry her, start a family, and live the “American Dream.” However, it all turns out in a way he did not fathom.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014789783
  • Publisher: honea byrne
  • Publication date: 6/6/2012
  • Series: "0" , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 369 KB

Meet the Author

If you haven’t heard of honea byrne yet, you soon will.

He has been circulating globally on internet social net works and entertainment sites for the past decade. What started out as a very emotional introspective philosophical fictional memoir titled “0” has manifested itself into a practical modern day superhero saga “Fearless.” What makes his works fresh, unique, and extremely raw and cutting edge is that the reader is always asking, “Did this really happen?” To support his building of modern day folklore he provides evidence through social net works and entertainment sites, such as facebook, twitter, youtube, and myspace. He invites you to type his name in your search engine. Through his failures of not creating what he considers excellent material, that entertains then uplifts you, he continues relentlessly to reach you.

Honea draws from real life experience, both as a Mortuary Affairs Specialist in the United States Army, and a recovering alcoholic. In the post-Katrina devastation that was The Mississippi Gulf Coast, he also worked a brief stint as a garbage collector.

With a self-described raw-edged style, he speaks truthfully, from the heart. He is the real deal. The genuine article. Full-force.
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