An As Yet Untitled Tale From A Titty Bar

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'An As Yet Untitled Tale From A Titty Bar' is an often humorous and occasionally insightful journey into the mind of an uninspired writer desperate to step out of his comfort zone and take the concept of 'write what you know' to a whole new level – by visiting his first strip club. Ever wondered what a male thinks about while he’s drowning in a sea of fake breasts and terrible electronica? More

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Published: March 29, 2011
Words: 13,790
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458146182
About Jamie Richter

Jamie Richter is an Australian author of slipstream, technology-themed horror, and dark speculative fiction. Having recently returned to short fiction after concentrating his efforts on writing for film and television, Jamie's work has appeared in print magazines such as Ripples magazine, Twisted Tongue, Skive magazine, as well as numerous online journals such as AntipodeanSF.

Reviews

Review by: Eee Princess on April 11, 2011 : star star star star star
Do you want to read something funny and endearing which provides an amazing insight into the male mind? This novella has to be worth every cent! At first I wasn't quite sure if I'd enjoy a story set in a strip club, but there's nothing particularly seedy or dirty about it - "An As Yet Untitled Tale From A Titty Bar" is a great read from start to finish. Don't let the fact that it is 'creative non-fiction' put you off, this true story about a writer looking for some inspiration is funnier and lot more clever than any piece of fiction I've read in a long time. The author had a great knack for comedy and some wicked observations and turns-of-phrase. I can't remember how long it has been since I laughed so often and so hard... I have to say that I physically laughed out loud at least a dozen times. It was so funny I couldn't put it down and knocked the whole novella out on a lazy Sunday afternoon home alone. I wish I could find more work from Jamie for sale!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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