Terminal Monday, a Dream of New York City

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Richard Burley is a writer and aspiring musician who is having a mid-life crisis. Set during the Writer's Strike of 2007, his copy writing job is unsatisfying, his marriage is dissolving, and a job he's taken under the table is getting him in hot water with everyone, including the author of the novel being adapted to film. And it only gets weirder from there. More

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Published: Dec. 17, 2011
Words: 260,510
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465964083
About Lee Edward McIlmoyle

I've written so many of these in the last couple of years, I feel like I should be an old pro at it, but alas, words elude me.

Who am I? A storyteller. Aren't we all? I also draw, design and make music. I don't have a preferred genre or medium. I'm hoping to make one from the tools coming available now.

I live in Canada. It's not as great as it used to be, but I'm still proud. Life here was a lot better before the less intelligent of us started voting in people who want to be Ronald Reagan.

I'm married to a woman from NYC, who dabbles quite heavily in the occult and writes many, many book reviews. Someone should start paying her for this. She's quite good.

We live with two savage felines. The less said about them, the better.

I'm a Capricorn (born on Boxing Day), I'm Bipolar, INFP, LGBT-friendly, my favourite colour is blue, and my favourite number is four.

My dream is to sell lots books and comics and music and art and games, buy up lots of property and start a commune for all of my immediate family and loved ones. And then continue to write and whatever until they have to send me to the glue factory.

Oh, and I want to get in at least one real rock & roll tour before I die. I may need to start a new band for that.

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