Told by recollections of burned-on-the-job firefighter Mason Garnière, Do Not Mix with Alcohol explores the marriage of appearance to reality and implications their union has our on perceived existences.
Appearance: Look of an exterior, a manifestation.
Reality: Certainty, truth, or faith in belief.
All appearances are real; appearances really exists as perceptions or phenomena. Reality is actually true but believing outdoes exhibits of truth. Therefore reality and appearance join or separate. As one appearance and reality are wedded yet, since the relationship exemplifies all between momentous attraction and severe repulsion, it’s at times as if these monikers aren’t even with each other.
Find out if the characters Aisha and Mason Garnière can stay together!
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About the Author
Ethan Collins works as a pilot for a National Air Carrier. He resides in Arizona with his wife plus two children, Jack (12) and Stacy (9). Once per month during summer Ethan flies Jack to their favorite beach in California. When not in the cockpit Ethan has a passion for writing. Collins pens stories which hinge on difficult relationships. "Do Not Mix with Alcohol" is this author’s second novel. Writing a hobby, Collins planned the on-again/off-again masterpiece to be his only book. A marginalized pen lolls below his busy work-travel schedule and love of his family but as pilots train to be meticulous planners Ethan plots a third children’s story set in West Africa in time for daughter Stacy’s kids to enjoy. Collins was discovered on a transatlantic flight after author Cosmo Starlight read the pilot’s short stories and promised to forward Ethan’s notebooks to Church Publishing. Collins’ first "The Diamond Party" began as one of those tales but evolved into a novel about boys who take advantage of girls, men who take advantage of goodwill, and a society dependent upon evil to get things done. And when asked for his magnum opus Collins answers it was the courtship with his wife, a nutritionist.