Will It Go Round In Circles

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Strange doings at the Preston residence. Christina man's up while the rest of the family gets down.
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Words: 880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311467218
About James Hold

"First you're an unknown, then you write one book and you move up to obscurity." — Martin Meyers

I published my first book in 2004. It became an immediate collector's item. I know this for a fact as I have several hundred copies collecting dust in my attic. Critics everywhere said it belonged right up there between Ernest Hemingway and Robert E Howard—on an alphabetical bookshelf.

My influences include Rocky & Bullwinkle, 1950s sci-fi movies, and silver-age comics.

I live in Texas with my Princess wife, and cats Rocky and Dusty. You can contact me at jamesroyhold@gmail.com.

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Review by: Angela Hope on May 04, 2017 :
A wonderful way to use your imagination. I will definitely read more of your stories James. Thank you so much for reviewing my books.
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Review by: Andre' Mwansa on March 04, 2017 :
laughed at this: "Pagan idols don't wear skirts," was Christina's exasperated reply. Mother sighed. "If you bend over like that, you won't need one either."

really great ready....Not so sure what was wrong with her. Hallucinations maybe.
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Review by: Michelle B on Feb. 10, 2017 :
This is a very strange story. It's one where you pick up a weird vibe as you go along, until you get to the end and go "Whaaaa?" Not that it isn't good. It's terrific.
Christina Preston decides to break out of her expected role as daughter and girlfriend and literally becomes a man, with whiskers and all, teaches herself to play harmonica, then joins a pop cover band and converts them into a blues outfit. Her behavior influences everyone around her to shuck off their outer personas and take on new identities, all centering around a love of music.
I like that it's a homage of sorts to Billy Preston, whose music was generally cheerful and upbeat.
A very "different" offering from Mr Hold, but a very good one as well.
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