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My Heart Is a Drummer By Adam Sydney
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Donald Hanak's heart has room for everyone. Lately, though, he's been wondering if this isn't just about the worst affliction a person could be born with. In fact, Donald's life is gently tearing... More > him apart, even as it forces his friends, lovers, and those who take advantage of him to reevealuate their understanding of humanity. Now, he's even questioning the validity of love itself-- and much more is at stake than just his relationships. Donald's very life is threatened by the verdict. "The originality and uniqueness of Sydney's voice shines through My Heart Is a Drummer. Even I fell in love with Donald." -- Anne Michaud, author and nominee, Bram Stoker Prize for Anthology, 2011 "Adam Sydney has written an extremely original book. Very well worth reading." -- Adam Hamdy, filmmaker and author< Less
Welcome Home By Adam Sydney
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Sydney's fluid prose lures you into 19182 Penobscot Road, a house of horror like no other, as his narrator Chris--a character who compels and repels at once, both knowing and unknowable--probes its... More > many dark corners for answers and salvation. Welcome Home is authentic, engrossing, disturbing, challenging, and brilliant. I've been in jealous awe since I finished reading it. -- Joseph Miller, Screenwriter and Author< Less
Yolanda Polanski and the Bus to Sheboygan By Adam Sydney
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Yolanda Polanski has arrived in Two Rivers, Wisconsin with a mission: to save the little town from itself. The only problem is, none of her new friends know why Two Rivers needs to be saved-- despite... More > finding themselves increasingly implicated in her mysterious schemes. It's not long before Yolanda's friends become concerned that her plan might not be as wholesome as they originally thought, and even the safety of the townspeople is brought into question. Is Yolanda insane? A visionary? A terrorist? All three? Sometimes, it's a thin line between brilliance and lunacy, and the good people of Two Rivers are about to find out just how thin that line can be. "Sydney's rendition of a female mid-life crisis is equally hilarious and poignant. Yolanda might just be my favorite fictitious friend." -- Anne Michaud, author and nominee, Bram Stoker Prize for Best Anthology, 2011< Less