Toothpick For Two [NOOK Book]

Overview

A silly, simple little short story about two silly and simple little people, Grace and Benny Bevermeyer. Originally written for audio in a Tom Bodett-style narration, "Toothpick for Two" is a long married couple is reminded why they love eachother on a stormy night coming home from a family reunion. True love isn't all fun, but it can be funny, especially when you find it all over again.
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Toothpick For Two

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Overview

A silly, simple little short story about two silly and simple little people, Grace and Benny Bevermeyer. Originally written for audio in a Tom Bodett-style narration, "Toothpick for Two" is a long married couple is reminded why they love eachother on a stormy night coming home from a family reunion. True love isn't all fun, but it can be funny, especially when you find it all over again.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011402432
  • Publisher: Gordon Kessler
  • Publication date: 6/16/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 612,188
  • File size: 82 KB

Meet the Author

Gordon Kessler is a thriller novelist living in the Kansas City metro area with his golden retriever, Jazmin (Jazzy Brass). He's taught novel writing for several community colleges, worked over twenty years for the BNSF Railway, and is a former US Marine Recon Scout, Super Squad team leader, parachutist and troop handler. He enjoys SCUBA, sailing, snow skiing and sharing time with his kids and grandkids.His thriller novels Jezebel, Dead Reckoning, and Brainstorm are all in both paper and eBook. His latest men's action/adventure thrillers, Knight's Ransom, Knight's Big Easy and Knight's Late Train were released early 2012. Two more in "The E Z Knight Reports" series are scheduled for release yet this year. These novels are about half the size of his big thrillers and are fast, fun reads.Gordon's also published two short story eBooks: a humorous piece called "Toothpick for Two" and a nostalgic romance called "Jack Knight". Please check them out.As a consultant and editor on numerous book and eBook projects over the past twenty years, Gordon has published five books for writers. Novel Writing Made Simple is a great primer for beginners and an excellent refresher for the experienced wordsmith. EBook Writing Made Simple focuses on the actual writing of eBook novels and how they can be crafted more effectively for the eBook novel reader rather than as a work written for the traditional publishing industry. How to Write a Novel--Storytelling, the Writer and the EBook Novel is one of his latest works, published especailly with the beginning eBook novelist in mind.Gordon is a founder and past president of the Kansas Writers Association, a sixteen-year-old organization of some very special people. Last year, he started a group to help support independent authors called the Indie Writers Alliance--another group of great people.
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  • Posted October 12, 2011

    Highly recommended short story! Check it out.

    Toothpick for Two is probably the funniest short story I've ever read. This is very different from the other books I've read by Kessler, not a thriller, not scary. But it is hilarious. Perhaps it should be called a manual for a great marriage.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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