Out on the Sound

Out on the Sound

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by R. E. Bradshaw
     
 

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In her late thirties, Decky Bradshaw was set for life. She had an incredibly lucky life up to this point, excluding the brief marriage to her son's father. She had a great job, plenty of money and a very comfortable existence. Decky figured if someone ever came along that tickled her fancy she'd know. She never thought for one second it would be a woman. Neither did

Overview

In her late thirties, Decky Bradshaw was set for life. She had an incredibly lucky life up to this point, excluding the brief marriage to her son's father. She had a great job, plenty of money and a very comfortable existence. Decky figured if someone ever came along that tickled her fancy she'd know. She never thought for one second it would be a woman. Neither did her mother. Follow Decky as she finds new love and deals with her, "Tennessee Williams in drag," overly dramatic, southern mother, Lizzie, and the hurricane of events she brings.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781442135857
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/11/2010
Pages:
328
Sales rank:
640,477
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

Meet the Author

Lambda Literary Award Finalist, R. E. Bradshaw, a native of North Carolina and a proud Tar Heel, now makes her home in Oklahoma with her wife of 25 years. She is the proud mother of Jon, a very fine young man raised by lesbians. (Authors note: "Bite me, Family Research Council.") Holding a Master of Performing Arts degree, Bradshaw worked in professional theatre and taught University and High School classes, leaving both professions to write full-time in 2010. She continues to be one of the best selling lesbian fiction authors on Amazon.com.

Visit www.rebradshawbooks.com for more about R. E. Bradshaw.

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OUT ON THE SOUND 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
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Lillytif More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book... It was fun and in the same situation in an off beat kind of way like me and my girlfriend.... I enjoy books that seem to fall in with us...I think that people that are out but not way out will like the way this book ends... enjoy it I know you will;;;
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Kym67 More than 1 year ago
a nice, simple easy read. took this to the beach and couldn't put it down. keep 'em coming r.e. bradshaw!
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sandy3810 More than 1 year ago
A Winner!!, September 25, 2010 By rose789bud "rihbones" (north kingstown,ri) - This review is from: OUT ON THE SOUND (Adventures of Decky and Charlie) This writer is new to me. I'll be sure to look for her other works. I loved this story. I moved north 30 years ago but my southern accent started to re-emerge as Decky and Charlie's story unfolded. R.E. Bradshaw knows the Outer Banks area, women's softball, lesbians, architectural design ideas, bi-polar disease, fishing rods and fishing boats, delightful dogs, southern charm, good cooking and love at first sight. My most important insight is her ability to tell a heartwarming tale. The few moments of schmaltz are offset by the moments of anger and downright terror. You should happily hand over your money for this one. Thanks ,Ms. Bradshaw, for hours of enjoyment. Pat