The Misforgotten

Sully is a fifty-something-year-old barfly playing out his days, until a series of events rouses him, and opens the floodgates of memory. As he takes up again in earnest two enthusiasms of his youth—reading and writing—Sully also discovers a cause. Justice, he decides, is owed as much to the things we can’t remember as to those we can’t forget. More

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Words: 109,710
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476345154
About Paul Erland

I'm a writer living near Nashville, and maybe the only one within a 50-mile radius who's never written a song. Writing fiction is my preference, but journalism provides my daily bread.

I'm from the Clark Kent school of journalism -- I never carry a pad to take notes, but rely on my super-memory. Actually, in my stories I make up quotes, making people sound more interesting and well-spoken than they are, so they never object.

Just as Truman Capote ("In Cold Blood") gave birth to the "non-fiction novel?" I'm working on popularizing the "fictional news" story.

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