Me And Tom Under the Boardwalk

Me And Tom Under the Boardwalk The protagonist in this novel becomes aware he is in this novel in the first chapter Realizing this he undergoes an epiphany to make this novel the best he can make it But how is he going to do that

  • Title: Me And Tom Under the Boardwalk
  • Author: Kevin Jared Hosein
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The protagonist in this novel becomes aware he is in this novel in the first chapter Realizing this, he undergoes an epiphany to make this novel the best he can make it But how is he going to do that You would think you would know these things from reading the back of this novel, wouldn t you It doesn t help that the protagonist is the narrator and he knows less than yThe protagonist in this novel becomes aware he is in this novel in the first chapter Realizing this, he undergoes an epiphany to make this novel the best he can make it But how is he going to do that You would think you would know these things from reading the back of this novel, wouldn t you It doesn t help that the protagonist is the narrator and he knows less than you do already about this book And it doesn t help that the first chapter begins with mutual masturbation and ends with a heinous murder.WARNING This book contains copious amounts of murder, heartache, love, orgasm, plot twists and Puff, the Magic Dragon.

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    About " Kevin Jared Hosein "

  • Kevin Jared Hosein

    Kevin Jared Hosein currently resides in Trinidad and Tobago His first book, Littletown Secrets , was published in 2013.He is the winner of the 2015 Commonwealth Short Story Prize for the Caribbean Region for his story, The King of Settlement 4.His Commonwealth Short Story Prize entry, The Monkey Trap , is featured in the Peepal s and Akashic Books anthology, Pepperpot Best New Stories from the Caribbean In addition, The Monkey Trap was also shortlisted for the Small Axe Literary Prize and the Caribbean Short Story 2013 Prize.His poem, The Wait is So, So Long , was adapted into a short film which was awarded a Gold Key at the New York based Art Writing Awards.

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  • This book was really awesome, an adventure into the question "What makes good writing." I think this is a must read for all prospective and amateur writers, as it discusses the various elements, strategies and techniques which are applied when someone is attempting to create great written craft. Synopsis: The narrator meets with his friend Tom, under the boardwalk, to take part in sexual fantasies and auto erotic activities, he seems to have been doing this for quite a bit. The narrator suddenly [...]


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