Circleforks

Circleforks

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by Trish Dozier
     
 

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Meet Middle, the voice of Circleforks, a layered rarity of a woman who determined that she couldn't be that unique, and decided to unfold herself by pasting the naked-nonfiction of her life against self-preservation. Watch her weave through a world of quirky, unrefined, troubling, and hilarious characters with metaphorical labels as she diagnoses and defines what she

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Meet Middle, the voice of Circleforks, a layered rarity of a woman who determined that she couldn't be that unique, and decided to unfold herself by pasting the naked-nonfiction of her life against self-preservation. Watch her weave through a world of quirky, unrefined, troubling, and hilarious characters with metaphorical labels as she diagnoses and defines what she coins the Middle Disease. Circleforks turns self-motivation inside out and uncovers the ticking within; a sort of edgy inspiration, with Middle calling upon her audience to embark upon an important journey that replaces bullet points with intriguing expanse. Circleforks throws the concept of destination out the window and demands personal reflection from the reader. Whether you were born a middle child or not, this is an edgy, inspirational book.

Editorial Reviews

Kerri Gedert
I found myself craving Circleforks!! It was so real, like reading your best friend's journal ... and somehow it made my own life seem like a sitcom. Maybe the real meat of life IS the drama which creates each of our own unique, re-creatable stories.
Dominic Fontana
Edgy and aggressive, Middle demands a gut check with every turn of the page.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780744310221
Publisher:
SynergEbooks
Publication date:
12/01/2005
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
552 KB

Meet the Author

Trish Dozier has spent the majority of her life writing, with a range spanning technical documents, food industry articles for various publications, business plans, as well has completed her fourth book. Circleforks, her first published book, is a story that spoke truth in fiction fashion, while the rest of her books have been of the fiction genre.

Trish resides in Southern California on a boat when she isn’t traveling the map for her “day” job. Her overdrive mentality allows her to pursue a very active lifestyle which serves as fuel for the people, scenes, situations, and colorful scenarios that she shapes into stories.

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Circleforks 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Circleforks is a group of life stories combined into one chronicling the author¿s journey through her emotional, psychological, and physical personal life i.e. ¿the middle¿. Living a life that is neither hot nor cold but lukewarm and not standing for much of anything, she finds herself thrust into many self inflicted soap operas. Dozier tells of her desire to be the center of attention, the healer of all woes, the unneeded mediator, and the only child who is convinced that her solo existence is a disability. This true life drama is riddled with wit and comical language that every person who has ever tried to find themselves can relate to. Circleforks is a real and sometimes painfully funny quest for self love and self acceptance. Great book. Makes you look in the mirror twice.