Cue Bull

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
George has given up hope on love finding him in this life and now his father, the person he was closest to, is gone. Is he destined to be alone forever? How will he sell the life sized bull statue his dad left him in his basement beside the pool table?

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About Dan Absalonson

Dan first started writing stories in elementary school, where he and a friend would skip lunch and recess once a month to eat in the library while hearing all about the new books on the shelves. His love for reading, as with visual art and music, has now extended into creating his own fiction. He is also a huge fan of podcasting, and all of his stories are available for free in audio. He works as a digital artist and lives in Washington state with his beautiful family of five. Learn more at www.DanDanTheArtMan.com

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James Jenkins reviewed on Oct. 16, 2015

Standard romance story, nothing special.
(review of free book)
Ellen Spencer reviewed on Jan. 16, 2014

Nicely done. I enjoyed reading it.
(review of free book)
tony parsons reviewed on Jan. 13, 2014

George a very lonely guy took care of his Dad in his later yrs. He had a life size bull statue in the corner of his basement, he called it Theodore. George was going to put it on the internet. Jimmy had told Frankie who owned a bar about it & she was going to give George $300.00 for it. Frankie had lost her dad also. She bought George a dink on the house.
Awesome book cover. A romantic twist to this short story. It would make a great movie or TV series. Very easy for me to give the short story (book) 5 stars.
Thank you for the free book (short story)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)
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