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Peter Keal, a busy stock broker.
Howard Stord, a struggling young writer.
Ellen Reese, a depressed grocery clerk.
Daniel Marr, an lying insurance salesman.
Nancy Vecksworth, an under-recognized police officer.
All of these people have two things in common. First, they live in New York City. Second, their lives have been drastically changed my one man – Vernon Marshall Vernon is the person who says exactly the right words at exactly the right time. Is it fate or is it sheer brilliance?
In this collection of short stories, Sid Crowe takes the reader on several journeys that all play into a greater composition. These stories are guaranteed to entertain anyone who is willing to give them a shot. By the end of the novel,Sid reveals his greatest struggle as an artist.
Imagine a day when industries weren't built on people's insecurities. Imagine a day when schools did what they were intended to do - prepare us for the world. Imagine a day when post secondary institutions focused more on education than marketing. This is the world that Sid Crowe wants to see.
Sid is a college drop out who has found his way in a world that supposedly requires college degrees and copious amounts of "experience." He's proven that we can still provide value to others - whether they be employers, readers or customers - without having a piece of paper saying he can do so.
Sid likes stories because they connect people at the most intimate level. He doesn't consider himself the worlds greatest story teller but he's trying, people. Give him a break.