The Magic Pen

The Magic Pen

2.9 16
by André Ferero
     
 

When a writer picks up a pen at the Avignon TGV station he doesn't think much of it, until a few days later when he starts writing with the mysterious pen. This story deals with such universal concepts as creativity, hope, belief and the magic that lives within all of us.  See more details below

Overview

When a writer picks up a pen at the Avignon TGV station he doesn't think much of it, until a few days later when he starts writing with the mysterious pen. This story deals with such universal concepts as creativity, hope, belief and the magic that lives within all of us.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011110849
Publisher:
André Ferero
Publication date:
09/28/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
661,079
File size:
89 KB

Meet the Author

André Ferero is a South African who has been living in France since July 2006. Even though his love for Africa hasn't diminished during that time he is not complaining about living in the kingdom (well, Republic) of food and wine.


His interests include photography, reading, (good) movies, hiking, wine tasting, traveling and trying to figure out this experience called life. Music is one of his biggest loves on earth and he listens to almost anything, from old to new.


He writes as often as possible. He describes his fiction as speculative with a focus on the characters in possible futures. He has also just finished a South African guidebook that is different from all other guidebooks on the topic and will be very helpful to travelers who want to plan their own trip to Southern Africa.

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Magic Pen 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Aspleme More than 1 year ago
While the story does take a little bit of time to get the reader hooked, the writing is very descriptive and often beautiful. To me, the story is more like a painting than a narrative. Well worth the time it takes to read.
Tim Prest More than 1 year ago
Very choppy and moderately cliche
Debbie Youngberg More than 1 year ago
A must read. Very quick, easy to follow and inspirational for anyone thats hit an artistic block,
MagentaRose More than 1 year ago
This books takes you beyond the mundane into the reality of possibilities. Anyone who has experienced a creative block of any kind will appreciate this story. Enjoy!
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