Tradesman's Entrance

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Virginal Stephen Patterson is suffering from writers block on his latest money-spinning bodice-ripper, and his mood can only get worse when Dave the plumber shows up two hours late, mocks him, and plunders his pantry.

But first impressions can be deceptive; Dave is a highly unusual tradesman with an odd line in biscuit-based philosophy. More

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About Cameron Vale

Cameron Vale is one of the pen names used by a London-based polymath and autodidact who has thoroughly researched all the best ways to fall asleep on a keyboard.

She is the author of The Tradesman's Entrance, a hilarious, gay romantic comedy, also available from Vagabondage Press.

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Review by: kasjopeja on Sep. 9, 2012 :
The story is very short and light, more a comedy than a romance (HFN ending). OCD, uptight Stephen and congenial, philosophical Dave cut great figures, but the strength of the story lies in the dialogues - witty, sparkling and heavily peppered with English slang. I could easily imagine a stand-up comedy based on the text (and from the authors words one of such comedies was an inspiration for the story).
Easily 5+ stars and a material for rereading.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Ann Somerville on May 24, 2011 :
Oh this is a hoot. I love the voices, and it's laugh out loud funny. Short, sharp and very enjoyable. A couple of editing niggles don't spoil an otherwise nicely written short story that works perfectly for its length.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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