Body-Smith 401 And Twenty Other Stories

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Edited (not authored) by Harvey Stanbrough. Body-Smith 401 and twenty other stories is dedicated to the memory of Ray Bradbury, who passed from among us on June 5, 2012, after having taught many of us a simple truth: “Jump, and you will find out how to unfold your wings as you fall.” You were right. Thanks, Ray. More

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Published by FrostProof 808
Words: 68,400
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301109715
About Harvey Stanbrough

Because he is unable to do otherwise, Harvey Stanbrough splits his writing personality among four personas. When asked why, he most often replies, "Hey, Roses are red and violets are blue; I'm schizophrenic and so am I."
As Harvey Stanbrough, he writes poetry and nonfiction, various publications of which have been nominated the Frankfurt (Germany) Book Fair Award, the Foreword Magazine Engraver’s Award, the Pushcart Prize, the BEA (NY) Book of the Year Award and the National Book Award. Harvey also copyedits for other writers and teaches writing in Southeast Arizona and (soon) online. Harvey was born in New Mexico, seasoned in Texas, and baked in Arizona. After a 21-year stint in the US Marine Corps, he managed to sneak up on a bachelor’s degree at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales in 1996. Oh, and he also writes a little fiction under his own name (see below).
As his alter egos—Gervasio Arrancado, Nicolas Z "Nick" Porter, and Eric Stringer, all of whom are close friends except maybe Eric—he writes (respectively) magic realism, spare Hemingway fiction, and the fiction of an unapologetic neurotic. You can see the full bios of Gervasio, Nick and Eric—including their photos (hey, a persona needs a life of its own)—on their own respective Smashwords pages. Thanks for stopping by.

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Reviews

Review by: Mary Darling on Oct. 28, 2012 :
Body-Smith 401 was creepy, scary to read. Well written. Easy smooth character development. Would make a fine sit-on-the-edge of your chair "Twilight Zone' film. Use of technology in the story is cutting edge. The entire story is nicely done.
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Review by: Dawn Knox on Oct. 04, 2012 :
An excellent read
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Review by: Dawn Knox on Oct. 04, 2012 :
An excellent read
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jonathan Malory on Oct. 02, 2012 :
Awesome stories, some of them would make brilliant movies.
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Review by: juliabernice on Sep. 13, 2012 :
very enjoyable stories
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: juliabernice on Sep. 13, 2012 :
Very enjoyable stories
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: juliabernice on Sep. 13, 2012 :
Very enjoyable stories.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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