Constant Interruptions by M. Craig Williams Craig Williams

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The fine art of satire is reborn through the breakout brilliance of M. Craig Williams. Boldly combining normal, everyday life with eccentric characters, comedic circumstances, and heartrending reflections from his unlimited imagination, Constant Interruptions is Craig's triumphant literary dbut. From his humble abode in the fictional city of Umbrage, Ontario, Craig warmly invites you to join him on an epic, life-changing journey into the realm of the politically incorrect. Hopping from caf to caf, through the winding streets of his hometown, Craig, in his distinctively informal style, openly introduces a cornucopia of endearing and ironic individuals whose frantic antics are certain to entertain readers of all ages. Constant Interruptions candidly examines our fallen and fragile humanity in a refreshing manner. For it is in the lovable lives of Craig's creations that we see a glimpse of our own personal quest for purpose and recognition.

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Published January 1, 2009 by Iuniverse Inc.
Genres: . Fiction

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Folks eat with a fork and spoon, but masticate their peas without the aid of a knife because, simply put, aid is for welfare cases and their thumbs work just fine.” Williams writes as the main character, bouncing from coffee shop to coffee shop, and wandering the streets watching the world go by ...

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