Erstwhile (英語) ペーパーバック – 2009/3/13
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Richard is approaching middle age and has no idea what his future holds. His wife Susan has given him the stability he sought. However, flaws in what they believed to be indestructible devotion are masked by their hectic existence in the pseudo-metropolis of Orlando, Florida. Certain that they can withstand any challenges forced upon them, the couple moves to a tiny hamlet in northwest Florida. The change is intended to eliminate the distractions that have kept them from achieving the purely ethereal love that each craves. They don't consider the physical flaws and dependencies that have wracked them both prior to knowing the other, and ignore their imperfections by clinging to tenuous associations that will never succeed.Will Richard survive a hunting trip, which ends on a two-rut road known as Hangin' Tree Road? Can Susan shake her dependency long enough to formulate a lucid conceptualization of a future with her husband? Can either survive the pasts that haunt them both?
Louis Berry was born on July 21st in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. At the age of seven, he moved with his family to Panama City, FL where he graduated from A. Crawford Mosley High School in 1983. After graduation Louis attended Florida State University where he received an athletic scholarship to play football for Bobby Bowden. As a four-year letterman at the position of Punter he accumulated several awards such as, Most Valuable Player - Special Teams in 1983, Associated Press All - American (Honorable Mention) 1984, 1985 and 1986, and was named the Captain of the Special Teams his Senior season (1986). Louis and his wife were married in Paris, and have two children.
Annoyed, I wanted to know what type of author would be spamming in an effort to boost sales. It seems it is a self published hack who has more confidence than talent.
The first line, "The day spent on the beach matriculated into an evening together in the very same spot." promises the thoughtful reader a torturouus read at best.
Even if this person's writing was worthy of my time, the spam voids any possiblity of my spending money on his project. I use the term "project" as there was clearly little work involved in the production of this wreck and certainly no artistic merit. Louis Berry deserves to be mocked. Inflicting spam on potential readers is NOT the way to build a fan base.