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Kellerman's Five Of A Kind

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by: Charles G. Kellerman
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Publication Date: March 29, 2017
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 108
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781946982537

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Book Synopsis
Since childhood History has intrigued me. Because history paints so many lessons for us it has heavily influenced my topics for writing.

Illustrating how history is observed and continuously ignored by national and world leaders led me to pen “Groupthink vs. Truth”. This was an expose telling how in the past few political years leaders in our country repeated the very same mistakes as those in the past.

Using the lessons of history in fiction provides a writer with a litany of precedent in order to form stories of what may come in the future.

With very little skill required, a reader of my stories would see my blatant reference to forthcoming events that have real events as their bedrock.

Other stories simply come into my mind, or in the case of the “Challworth Incident” – the story came nearly in its entirety in a dream.

Fiction writers can have a field day using their imaginations and dreams to impart ideas and concepts. For someone like me, not being of Pulitzer Prize worthiness, I look at it as just having fun on a keyboard.

Hope the following gives the reader at least a dose of mild entertainment.
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About The Author
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The Author has his beginnings in small town America, namely, Bristol, Indiana, in the year 1949. Before cell phones, before the Internet, before most folks had televisions - and for me personally, before we had an indoor toilet and running water.

Nothing lost in life due to my Spartan beginnings - only rewards
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