In this, the debut novel from creative mind Teel McClanahan III, we follow the stories of a young man trying to write his own debut novel. Faced with the added challenge of trying to complete a novel in only one month, he pours himself literally into the process. But are his attempts at fiction hitting a little too close to home? As he tries to live on one side and write on the other, he finds that the line between imagination and reality may not exist at all. Will he finish his novel in time? Will he end up with the woman of his dreams? Will he choose to anchor himself in reality, or lose himself in his own fiction? And which of these would really be the better outcome?
|Publisher:||Modern Evil Press|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 5.00(h) x 0.57(d)|
About the Author
Teel is happily married to an English teacher and they live together in Phoenix, AZ with a cat which does not appreciate having Teel read his books aloud to it nearly as much as you probably would. While satisfied with never having to shovel the desert's heat from his driveway, Teel is interested in experiencing more travel in his life - especially of sorts like "through time" and "to other planets," so feel free to invite him along if you're going.
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"Oh. My. Gosh." Tempest gasps, staring at the portal. "Are we going INTO that!?" -Tempest
An abandoned house sits in the middle of a forest. It's very large, and one can see it hasn't been abandoned long. There are three floors, not including a basement, each with seven rooms other than a bathroom. The basement is split into two rooms. On the first floor are two bedrooms, a TV room, a living room, a kitchen, and a dining room. On the second floor are three bedrooms, two TV rooms, and two living rooms. The third floor has the same rooms as the second floor. When one enters the basement, they enter the library. There are four book shelves on three walls, two on the wall holding the entrance. Only two of those shelves hold books: One is filled with books, the other is only filled halfway. Out of these books, half are graphic novels and the rest are print. The other room in the basement has ten Macintosh computers. Next to five computers is an Apple tablet. The house is cool, but empty and eerie, too.