Mourning Wood: The Preposthumously Early Work of Mike Wood



❮Epub❯ ❤ Mourning Wood: The Preposthumously Early Work of Mike Wood Author Mike Wood – E17streets4all.co.uk From the author of Alchemy comes this collection of short stories Tupac Shakur had THREE Number One albums come out after his death John Kennedy Toole won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for a book pub From The Preposthumously Early Work eBook ´ the author of Alchemy comes The Preposthumously MOBI ñ this collection of short stories Tupac Shakur had THREE Number One albums come out after his death John Kennedy Toole Mourning Wood: Epub / won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for a book published eleven YEARS after he died And Vincent Van Gogh didn t live to see a single cent Wood: The Preposthumously Kindle Ø of the MILLIONS his art eventually commanded but at least he never had to hear that horrible song Don Mclean sang about him Granted, even dead, all of the above still have talent than Mike Wood, but that s not stopping him from publishing his posthumous stuff now, while he s still alive to reap the rewards Inside you will find short stories ranging from childhood antics to teenage high jinks all the way to adult tragedy Not to mention the saga of a very angry dwarf So if you enjoy serious fiction this is probably not the book for you so put it down and let someone else buy it Someone who doesn t need to sport a Vonnegut or Cheever just to feel good about themselves But if you like to laugh, and cry, and sometimes cringe at the written word, chances are you ll get a rise out of Mourning Wood.Mourning Wood: The Preposthumously Early Work of Mike Wood

Mike The Preposthumously Early Work eBook ´ Wood is a middle school The Preposthumously MOBI ñ teacher by day, husband father by night, and author by accident His first novel, Alchemy, was mostly written while recovering Mourning Wood: Epub / from a torn Achilles tendon which is a cool injury when it happens on a football field, but not so cool when it occurs while dancing at Wood: The Preposthumously Kindle Ø an outdoor concert That injury, and a somewhat serendipitous meeting with best selling author AJ Jacobs, inspired him to start pursuing his secret dream of being a writer After many rejections from agents and publishers, he finally found someone foolish enough to publish his books himself.

Mourning Wood: The Preposthumously Early Work of Mike Wood
    Mourning Wood: The Preposthumously Early Work of Mike Wood of the above still have talent than Mike Wood, but that s not stopping him from publishing his posthumous stuff now, while he s still alive to reap the rewards Inside you will find short stories ranging from childhood antics to teenage high jinks all the way to adult tragedy Not to mention the saga of a very angry dwarf So if you enjoy serious fiction this is probably not the book for you so put it down and let someone else buy it Someone who doesn t need to sport a Vonnegut or Cheever just to feel good about themselves But if you like to laugh, and cry, and sometimes cringe at the written word, chances are you ll get a rise out of Mourning Wood."/>
  • Paperback
  • 170 pages
  • Mourning Wood: The Preposthumously Early Work of Mike Wood
  • Mike Wood
  • English
  • 10 April 2017
  • 1482055171

10 thoughts on “Mourning Wood: The Preposthumously Early Work of Mike Wood

  1. says:

    For starters, Mourning Wood is an amazing title for a book And the front cover is just plain hilarious.That said, Mike Wood s collection of fictional stories was pretty hit or miss for me I only really got into a couple of his early years and early college selections My favorite story in the collection is Wider Wake This one makes it worth reading the entire thing, in my mind It s about a chain of experiences following a car accident that leaves someone dead.As a whole, his Senior Mome For starters, Mourning Wood is an amazing title for a book And the front cover is just plain hilarious.That said, Mike Wood s collection of fictional stories was pretty hit or miss for me I only really got into a couple of his early years and early college selections My favorite story in the collection is Wider Wake This one makes it worth reading the entire thing, in my mind It s about a chain of experiences following a car accident that leaves someone dead.As a whole, his Senior Moments works are stronger than the rest, and I enjoyed every one of them The fact that he uses Al Gore y for allegory is awesome His homage to the book that changed his life the most is funny and cute And if the stories themselves aren t enough, the author s note about the type at the very end is hilarious In part, I quote Who gives a shit about the type

  2. says:

    A rousing romp through short stories, author Michael Wood guides us through his early works Although the stories would stand alone as in an ordinary anthology, the commentary that Wood adds at the beginning of each installment adds not only depth and focus, but also color to his creation.Read the rest of this review, and others, at A rousing romp through short stories, author Michael Wood guides us through his early works Although the stories would stand alone as in an ordinary anthology, the commentary that Wood adds at the beginning of each installment adds not only depth and focus, but also color to his creation.Read the rest of this review, and others, at

  3. says:

    I had a hard time following some of the stories in this book I felt like they were kind of all over the place However, the short stories do get better towards the end of the book, as the writer has written these when he was a little older and has gainedwriting experience It was a quick read and I did find some of the stories enjoyable I would be interested in reading some of the authors other works.

  4. says:

    Very good book It was cool to see how ones writing can change over the course of their life Would love to read an autobiography by the writer Very happy I won this autographed copy Will definitely be checking out the authors first book next

  5. says:

    A fun book to read, lots of laughs Give it a shot.

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