Scenes From A Morning Drive

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Edward Hotspur talks to himself. But really, he's talking to you about humor, sarcasm, philosophy, love and life. This is a collection of 51 essays that somehow combine topics as divergent as technology, trees, deadlines, fairy tales, evolution and sunsets so that they work together - often within the same essay. He makes you laugh, he makes you wonder, but most of all, he makes you think. More

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Words: 65,490
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466190849
About Edward Hotspur

Edward Hotspur is a world-famous author and witticist. The world just doesn’t know it yet. There will seem to be no rhyme or reason to his writings, but there is an underlying message/theme running through all of them: He is awesome. Or possibly insane, though the two are not mutually exclusive. He loves sarcasm, cynicism, wittiness, one-liners, awful puns, music, cooking and left-handed salads. He adores referring to himself in the third person. He had no help whatsoever writing this bio.

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Review by: H.E. Ellis on March 24, 2012 :
Nothing is what it seems in Edward Hotspur's world. Inspired by his ultra-humoruos blog, this compilation book SCENES FROM A MORNING DRIVE reads like a Lewis Carroll novel ghost-written by William Shakespeare as spoofed by Monty Python. More than just words, SCENES FROM A MORNING DRIVE is short fiction at its best.

With the weather often inspiring his moods and his esoteric music stylings an ever constant soundtrack; Edward Hotspur waxes poetic on everything from road constructions to cloud formations to office minutea. His skillful way with words and unique perspective on love, life and laughter brings new meaning to the term "triple threat."

Sometimes heartwarming, often tragic but always humorous SCENES FROM A MORNING DRIVE takes the scenic route through Edward Hotspur's mind and shows you the world as you have never seen it before.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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