Interfacing

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Susan, saved by her Heimlich maneuver-performing dog from death by choking, must remain silent until her infected throat heals. Shutting up has never been easy for her. Her job as a customer service supervisor, and her already strained marriage are on the line. Susan must learn to communicate before she goes crazy, or kills somebody, or both.

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Words: 2,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466031494
About Jacqueline T. Lynch

Jacqueline T. Lynch, author of several ebooks available through Smashwords, has also published articles and short fiction in regional and national publications, including the anthology “60 Seconds to Shine: 161 Monologues from Literature” (Smith & Kraus, 2007), North & South, Civil War Magazine, History Magazine and several plays with Eldridge Publishing, Brooklyn Publishers, and Dramatic Publishing Company, one of which has been translated into Dutch and produced in the Netherlands. Her suspense play "One Good Turn" was chosen as a winner in the Northern Kentucky University Y.E.S. Festival, and will premiere in April 2011. She also writes three blogs:

Another Old Movie Blog (http://anotheroldmovieblog.blogspot.com) A blog on classic films.

New England Travels (http://newenglandtravels.blogspot.com) A blog on historical and cultural sites in New England.

Tragedy and Comedy in New England (http://tragedyandcomedyinnewengland.blogspot.com) A blog on theatre in New England, past and present.

website: www.JacquelineTLynch.com

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Reviews

Review by: Denise White on Oct. 25, 2010 :
An enjoyably light and humorous read that is also particularly meaningful for anyone who spends the greater part of their waking hours talking. Pronouncing words, forming sentences and issuing them forth, where they bounce off of, stick to the clothing of, and often enter the psyches of those within earshot. Could humanity possibly survive a day or two without this ubiquitous mechanism as the driving force for all action and reaction? One human does, and finds that she has entered her own psyche and wants to make herself more comfortable there. And all through the process interfacing perseveres, even prospers in its own way.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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