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Boy Girl Monster

Boy Girl Monster

Boy Girl Monster

Boy Girl Monster


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Boy and Girl are best friends. Boy and Girl are also friends with Monster. That is, they were friends with Monster until it kidnapped Girl and carried her off into the Unknown. Now Boy must learn to strengthen himself with the help of his pet guinea pig if he wishes to rescue Girl.

Boy Girl Monster is meant for kids and adults of all ages. It's a story on self-improvement with the goal of encouraging discussion between parents and children as they partake in the tale together. WARNING: Contains one very assertive guinea pig.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781666275575
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 04/18/2021
Pages: 34
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)
Age Range: 6 - 8 Years

About the Author

Around the age of five, I fell in love with three things that I still cherish to this day: writing, heavy metal, and video games. If you follow me on social media, you’ve probably noticed I share a lot of music I find both awesome and inspirational. And if you’ve read Boy Girl Monster, I’m sure you’ve noticed the many homages to gaming scattered throughout the imagery. These three passions make up a large part of the many labels you could affix to my existence.

In fact, my writing style is largely influenced by lyricists, poets, and philosophers more than it is by fellow novelists. I often like to keep things terse but purposeful, metaphoric—perhaps slightly cryptic—and flowing with some cadence. I’d like my readers to pore over certain sentences, even entire paragraphs, more than once, the same as they would a poem or the lyrics to a song. I’d like my readers to occasionally decipher meaning from the words and even interpret some lines with their own perspective, to relate to the words in their own personal way. Also, much like a lyricist or a poet, I don’t believe in filler. What I do believe is that almost every paragraph should either move the story forward or get the reader to experience a particular thought or emotion. After all, there are so many things in this world competing for our attention that to waste a reader’s time would be…uncivil. So, on that note—thanks for your time!

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