Bad Choices Make Good Stories: The Heroin Scene in Fort Myers

Bad Choices Make Good Stories: The Heroin Scene in Fort Myers

by Oliver Markus Malloy

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781947258082
Publisher: Becker and Malloy LLC
Publication date: 01/18/2018
Series: How The Great American Opioid Epidemic began , #2
Pages: 426
Sales rank: 1,167,948
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.87(d)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

9 WELCOME TO FORT MISERY

15 HUSSY

32 PLENTY OF FISH

40 MORE OF HUSSY'S LIES

53 THE BIG LIE

63 HALEY

73 GARY THE VIDEO GAME ADDICT

84 BROTHERLY LOVE AND SISTER WIVES

109 VERONICA

135 LCJ: FORT MYERS' BIGGEST WHOREHOUSE

153 HALEY'S EMERGENCIES

168 SALVATION ARMY REHAB

184 MORE OF HALEY'S EMERGENCIES

193 THE ESCAPE

214 HURRICANE SANDY

231 MY BEST FRIEND GEORGE

236 REVENGE SEX

244 LUCY

263 BABY FEVER

270 LOTS OF BABY MAKING

284 LUCY AND VERONICA

295 BACK TO JAIL

307 LCJ SOAP OPERA

344 NICOLE

364 LUCY AND NICOLE

402 THE END

419 NO MO HO



Dear Reader,

what you're about to read is the bizarre true story of my life. This is the second book in a trilogy.

The first book, Going To New York, is about growing up in Europe as a teenage hacker, and my life as a comic artist and self-made Internet millionaire in New York.

This second book, The Heroin Scene in Fort Myers, is about my years in Florida, during the Great American Opioid Epidemic. It was the lowest point of my life. After my divorce, I was struggling with severe depression and was trapped in a self-destructive cycle of codependence with not one but several drug addicts.

The third and final book, Finding Happiness in Los Angeles, is about my new life as a writer in California.

But first: the Florida years. This book is not for the faint of heart. It's not a pretty story. It involves lots of sex, drugs, and really bad choices. We Europeans are not fans of censorship. We don't have a habit of bleeping words on TV, like Americans do, or blanking out words because someone might be offended. So there is no flowery language. No harmless euphemisms. It's the unvarnished truth in all its brutal ugliness.

The first book ended, when my drug-addicted girlfriend Alice ran away from rehab, and I decided to move to Fort Myers without her. And this book continues exactly where we left off.

Oliver



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