Phillip Dwight's demeanour lumbers under the term 'pathetic', a shy and confused, middle aged man who shares a home with his ex wife, her dwarf, drug dealer boyfriend and his teenage daughter who can never turn her gaze away from her phone, on top of all that he is faced with the same dream every night, that of a woman he has never met but believes he is madly in love with, while next door Charlie Brolin is on the cusp of writing his second Play, his first been a major success Charlie discovers that he will have to work very hard to make lightning strike twice but luck comes his way when he finds a hole in the wall that enables him to listen in to the chaotic and somewhat absurd conversations that Phillip has to endure and so as he invades his neighbours privacy more and more a plot is wrapped around the arguments, fall outs and horrendous comedy's of the life of Phillip Dwight.
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About the Author
Thomas Priestley was born in Leeds 1988. As a teenager his main passions included music and been an avid guitarist, Priestley had what he called delusional dreams of becoming a professional musician yet after a few attempts and Bands broken up Priestley took to writing through a bet posed by a colleague in the building in which he worked, two weeks later Priestley had finished the first draft of his first novel We Close Tonight and sought to have it published. After many rejections and letters suggesting interest Priestley continued to write even without the aid of publishing and within two years completed over seven novels which included Misanthropy, A Small Affair, Twisted Airwaves, Nowhere Is Home, Success Story, In Search Of The Dream Theatre, two scripts which were abandoned as well as the odd journalism here and there.