An Epigrammatist's Epic Edification by A. Fitzgerald Morris

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"A collection of an assortment of tongue twisters. It’s a clever idea, although the book itself has limited appeal simply by virtue of its contents. A few illustrations might help bring these fanciful absurdities to life and also help readers to imagine what a card designed for them might look like."
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It all started one late night in February of 2013 while I was playing City Story Metro, one of my favorite online simulation games on my iPad. This game requires you to communicate with others in order to build your city. One person in the community always answered in a tongue twister, and I thought that was very clever. I decided that I wanted to try my hand at it. The initial process had me laughing so hard that I gave myself a headache. I thought, "I am really on to something here". Once I started posting my tongue twisters as responses, the community went nuts! People were saving my days-of-the-week tongue twisters in their inboxes for weeks! After a period of time, someone suggested I not post anymore and have them published. "What a great idea!" I thought. I immediately stopped all postings of them. A few months later, I got the idea of incorporating my tongue twisters into greeting cards. I proceeded to make my first one, and the recipient just loved it! Spurred on by their enthusiastic response, I then proceeded to send out more to friends and family. They loved theirs as well. One text from my sister-in-law said, "Best. Birthday. Card. Ever! Thank you so much!" That was confirmation for me to attempt a business with this. Since then, I have sold some and have made many more. Now I am branching out into other greeting card occasions such as Mother's/Father's Day cards, Valentine's Day cards, and thank-you cards, just to name a few.
 

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Published July 11, 2014 by Trafford Publishing. 54 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Dec 18 2015

"A collection of an assortment of tongue twisters. It’s a clever idea, although the book itself has limited appeal simply by virtue of its contents. A few illustrations might help bring these fanciful absurdities to life and also help readers to imagine what a card designed for them might look like."

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