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Check out this ridiculously garish shit I made to advertise this free book promotion for 33 Fragments of Sick-Sad Living that’s running for the next few days. Seriously. Look at this goddamn thing.


33 Fragments of Sick-Sad Living
In 33 Fragments of Sick-Sad Living, a twenty-something ne’re-do-well attempts to piece together his life following an epic drug and alcohol bender which leaves many unanswered questions: Why is he staying on his buddy Hector’s piss-scented couch? Did his ex-girlfriend leave because he’d eaten her roommate’s food? Will he get stabbed on the way to his shift at the Dish’n’ Chicken? There are things to consider. It’s real tough to think sometimes.
“[Ellis] captures the subtle nuances of those unavoidable bruises life offers—touching on themes of love and relationships; art and poetry; depression and loneliness; family; heartbreak; poverty and addiction… these dark and seedy snapshots take readers to a place where loneliness is replaced with an ever-present bottle, and friends come in the form of fistfuls of pills.”
—Ale Gasso, author of Long Night Out
“Some nice, short, sick-sad shit. I read it while sitting in a waiting room with a bunch of smelly sick-sad people. It is worth the 10 minutes it will take to read it. I have found that reading it while sitting amidst a crowd of tubercular coughers even enhances the sick-sad enjoyment.”
—Lance Carbuncle, author of Grundish & Askew
FREE DOWNLOAD HERE!

brianalanellis:

Check out this ridiculously garish shit I made to advertise this free book promotion for 33 Fragments of Sick-Sad Living that’s running for the next few days. Seriously. Look at this goddamn thing.

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33 Fragments of Sick-Sad Living

In 33 Fragments of Sick-Sad Living, a twenty-something ne’re-do-well attempts to piece together his life following an epic drug and alcohol bender which leaves many unanswered questions: Why is he staying on his buddy Hector’s piss-scented couch? Did his ex-girlfriend leave because he’d eaten her roommate’s food? Will he get stabbed on the way to his shift at the Dish’n’ Chicken? There are things to consider. It’s real tough to think sometimes.


“[Ellis] captures the subtle nuances of those unavoidable bruises life offers—touching on themes of love and relationships; art and poetry; depression and loneliness; family; heartbreak; poverty and addiction… these dark and seedy snapshots take readers to a place where loneliness is replaced with an ever-present bottle, and friends come in the form of fistfuls of pills.”

Ale Gasso, author of Long Night Out

“Some nice, short, sick-sad shit. I read it while sitting in a waiting room with a bunch of smelly sick-sad people. It is worth the 10 minutes it will take to read it. I have found that reading it while sitting amidst a crowd of tubercular coughers even enhances the sick-sad enjoyment.”

Lance Carbuncle, author of Grundish & Askew


FREE DOWNLOAD HERE!