The Hobbyist by Darryl Shelly

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The Hobbyist is a coming-of-age story masked as a sex addict's roller coaster. Based upon true events, the author authentically chronicles sexual awakening from a man's perspective as he pulls back the curtain, and with staggering honesty, invites you into his private world of decadence. Not to be confused with a book on recovery, this raucous account is a cautionary tale of heartbreak and hilarity as a young man rises to manhood and into the throes of full-blown, sexual addiction in New York City.
 

About Darryl Shelly

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Darryl is a former Contributing Editor at Mobile Office and Portable Computing Magazines. His first play was workshopped at the Actors Studio as part of their Writer/Directors Unit. Winner of the Filmmakers Magazine Screenwriting Award for Excellence, he has penned rewrites for projects with James Woods and Kirstie Alley attached as star/producer for Alliance Atlantis and producer Jonathan Krane (Face Off, Swordfish), respectively. He is currently a partner at a creative agency in Los Angeles, California.
 
Published January 22, 2013 by Bexley Press. 298 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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