'The Story of Albert Ross' tells the tale of a simple man who spends the vast majority of his time in front of his TV. It is delightfully dark, occasionally witty, oddly enchanting and brings new meaning to the term 'the power of television'. It's hard to say much more without spoiling the fun of reading it, so just get on with it and download it right now.
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About the Author
Scott Andrews is getting older every day and doesn’t like it much. He is 32 years old and resides in Poland with his fiancée. He has travelled far and wide, worked a variety of unimaginably dull jobs and partook in numerous mundane conversations in a fruitless attempt to figure out just exactly what life is all about. Over a year ago he discovered a method to expose himself on a regular basis without risk of getting arrested, by indulging in what is commonly known as a blog. He has turned to writing as he feels he no longer has any possibility of fulfilling his childhood dream of becoming a fire engine. His debut novel ‘Existence Is Futile’ was published by FeedaRead.com in July 2012 and was partly funded by the Arts Council of England.
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