It takes a lot of effort to look this bad…

… Is not the title of my Autobiography. It’s actually a reference to the ‘homemade’ e-book cover for ‘The Devil eats Coleslaw’, which is out today at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/283482

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BCRB8KG

DevileatscoverHere’s the blurb too –

Joseph Holly knows the truth: Work is rarely as dull as when you are eighteen years old and in love. ‘The Devil eats Coleslaw’ is a working day in Joe’s life, which sees him trapped in a supermarket with strange customers, ex-teachers, daydreams, bad ideas, Sonic Youth, The Replacements, and an overwhelming need to see his girlfriend,Diane. It is a story about a young man’s private battle with boredom and with keeping his head together, as he tries to get to the end of his shift.

 

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James Eddy was born in Braintree, Essex in April 1980. After moving first to Colchester, Essex, the family settled in South Norfolk and James was able to enjoy the wide open spaces and quiet of the area which fed his imagination. Following an undistinguished University career, he began writing scripts for films and acting out the cliche of the drunken writer. He diversified by moving into prose and eventually focussed enough to write a collection of Short Stories called 'Diamonds' along with several other short stories a novel and novella. He released 'Bewilder', the first story from 'Diamonds' in April 2012.

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