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Rated 5.00/5 based on 10 reviews
Will the writer be able to make word count and still make every word count? Or will the bad guy do something bad?

Find out in this action-packed thrill-ride!

(The writer assumes no liability on the contents of this crap. Read at your own risk, and if you wipe your butt with it, may you get a paper cut. That’s all I have to say about that.) More
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Alex Austin reviewed on on Jan. 5, 2019

A compact metafictional tour de force. For writers a cri de coeur, for others, who knows? There's a bit of Flann O'Brien in The Writer's adventures. Clever and funny.
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Vera Fernandez reviewed on on May 13, 2018

Witty, and extremely funny. So astute - leaves any writer wondering - is that me!
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J.s.dunne reviewed on on May 11, 2018

What a hilarious and ingenious little story (kinda)! I haven't read anything quite this unique in a while, and if this level of witty intelligence shines through in Michael's other books I'll be one happy reader!
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Michael Zebrak reviewed on on Oct. 29, 2017

A surprisingly entertaining short story that gets better and better as the word count rises. The dash of deprecation, pinch of sarcasm, and well-blended roux of wit and insight give this dainty a pleasantly sharp taste that heightens its richness.
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L.N. Denison reviewed on on April 17, 2016

This a very informative short, which wittily highlights how not to write a book. Very enjoyable.
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Nathan Wall reviewed on on Jan. 13, 2016

A quick and witty story. Reminiscent of a Lewis Black rant. Hits all the low points of every stereotypically bad indie book.
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BelleWoods reviewed on on Oct. 9, 2015

Very funny story with the best copyright I've ever seen in any book. That wording should be the gold standard. Only 5 stars because I can't give it 6.
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yyyKamillaReidyyy reviewed on on July 26, 2015

A hilarious read that gets more and more clever as you go along! In a mere 2000 words Michael Patrick Lewis manages to fully plot (in more ways than one!) what goes on between the ears of a panicked writer.
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Amie Ali reviewed on on July 2, 2015

This is easily the funniest short story in my whole-wide living room.

If you are a writer, or an English teacher, or a person who understands English, or a person who doesn't...this story is for you.

All joking aside, Cover Art is brilliant in its intelligent wit and dialogue. Michael Patrick Lewis has written an exceptional, fantastically funny short story. Five stars.

Ok, eleven stars.
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Anna Runes reviewed on on June 12, 2015

Michael Lewis is unquestionably a funny guy.

Even before you get into the story, you're into the story. Witness: the ISBN is the hauntingly beautiful formula,
6πe-2π + 4sin(φ)i√2 - ln17
which, if properly computed, will end all life in the universe.

The story consists of three major characters, each of which is specifically non-specific, beginning with a protagonist who is the perfect counterpoint to the story's love interest who, surprisingly, is "stunningly beautiful." You will NEVER guess the bad guy's real identity, which will not be revealed before the final, heart-stopping paragraph. (At least, my heart stopped. I refuse to venture a guess about your heart.)

So to not give away too much (Cover Art is only 2000 words) I'll leave you with this five-word assessment: Don't miss it if you can!
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