Interpretive Dance at 65 MPH

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Hazel Hassenfeffer is faced with a dilemma. The dilemma of her own death. Follow her journey through the afterlife as she tries to deal with her past, her loved ones, the society that raised her, and the terrible novel she wrote.
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About Tee Light

I write random things that come to mind from... well random places. I love B movies, Virginia Woolf, painting, and trying to figure out how different kinds of evil would actually work in different social settings than the ones they were created in. I guess I'm mostly harmless. Most days.

I'm also a big fan of reviewing books. So if you're itching to have yours reviewed just let me know and I'll see if I can fit it into my schedule. ^.^

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Review by: WyrdStar on Dec. 27, 2013 :
I must admit it was the title that drew me in. Strange, oddly compelling and a little bit disjointed (it needs an editor's touch), but that sort-of works given the theme of transgender angst. There's quite a mix of themes in this short tale and I loved the bits about the unloved novel.
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