Many major writing awards, such as the 2001 Pulitzer Prize, The New York Times Top 100 Obscure Writers, American Book Foundation’s Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Literature, Grand Master Award for the Amazing Writers of America, the Ersatz Medal, and the Prune Award have eluded the grasp of the author.
Mr. NesSmith spends the bulk of his leisure time fantasizing that Dillard Mibble will be made into a Major Motion Picture. The rest of his time he spends checking to see if anyone other than blood relatives has downloaded his book and written a charitable review.
The author resides with his lovely wife in Florida.
Dillard Mibble Goes To France
by BIll NesSmith
When Dillard Mibble, “Man of Mystery, Man of the World,” travels with his wife to France his forebodings are confirmed. A succession of French women leave him slack-jawed and stupefied. A variety of ghastly substances do indeed end up on his plate. But unexpected dangers also arise, including the Lady in Iron Panties, lurking lawn chairs, ensnaring luggage, and a gang of desperate thieves.
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