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This Creature Fair
     

This Creature Fair

by Wayne Wise
 

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Everyone has had a long-distance crush on a celebrity. We fall in love with the image of a movie star, a rock star, a sports figure; little crushes that are cute when you’re young and embarrassing when you’re older.

Forty-year-old Nick Chambers is a fan of an obscure British musician named Morrigan Blue. She’s beautiful, with a sexy voice

Overview

Everyone has had a long-distance crush on a celebrity. We fall in love with the image of a movie star, a rock star, a sports figure; little crushes that are cute when you’re young and embarrassing when you’re older.

Forty-year-old Nick Chambers is a fan of an obscure British musician named Morrigan Blue. She’s beautiful, with a sexy voice and a sensuous stage presence. He knows it is just a crush, one of many in his years as a music fan.

What happens when you get a chance to meet your hero? What happens when the attraction is returned? What happens when the object of your affection begins stalking you?

What if she isn’t exactly human?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011488207
Publisher:
Wayne Wise
Publication date:
08/28/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
661 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Wayne Wise is a writer, artist, storyteller, seeker shaman and magician, or at least claims to be in casual conversation. He has a BA in History and an MA in Clinical Psychology and in his life has worked as a counsellor, an administrative assistant for a state legislator, an inter-office mail courier, a freelance comic book inker, and a department store Santa. He wrote music and comics-based articles for several local news mags and a couple of now-defunct national magazines. In 1993 he and his business partner/collaborator Fred Wheaton won the Xeric Grant and self-published the comic book Grey Legacy. In 2010 he wrote and drew a follow-up called Grey Legacy Tales. Raised in rural southwestern Pennsylvania he is currently employed by the Eisner Award-nominated comic book store Phantom of the Attic in Pittsburgh and recently taught a course in Comics and Pop Culture as a guest lecturer at Chatham University.

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