Fleeting Thoughts

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2001 - Reference - 168 pages
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This book is a collection of short essays, stories, and bits that reflect the author’s view of the world we live in and the people that fill it.  The themes are plentiful and varied – there is no direct progression from a beginning to an end here.  Life is all over the place.  Some of the things that happen to us and around us during our lives are often bizarre, outrageous and humorous.  Perhaps not at the moment they are happening, but later on, when you are sitting there in quiet reflection, trying in vain to work that piece of cheap, stringy steak out from between your teeth without anyone noticing.  You just have to look at it all from the right angle and entertain those fleeting thoughts for a while before they move on.  “The perfect ‘pick-me-upper’”-Midwest Book Review.

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About the author (2001)

Michael McGan is the distinguished winner of the Nobel Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, many cool prizes from boxes of Cracker-Jacks, an Emmy for his work in “DISCLAIMER:”, a Grammy for his hit song “NONE OF THIS CRAP IS TRUE!”, and an Oscar for his brilliant performance in “I AM A BIG FAT TOTAL LIAR”. The truth be known, he is just a blue collar working stiff and struggling author living in upstate New York.  He has published two books to date and working on his third.  He is also a humor columnist for BookLore.co.uk.  He is a guy with “A quirky sense of humor…I thoroughly enjoyed reading his work” –eBook Isle

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