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Estimated Time of Arrival, Vol III by Sol Mann

A Self Study of the Inner Animal

With money to burn and time to spend, Sol Mann embarks on a journey through Costa Rica that would change him in a fundamental way. Where does he get his money? And what is he running from? . . . We don’t really know. But that doesn’t matter when your days are filled with cheap weed, good rum, and great women. . . .

A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly.
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Price Breaks and Heartaches by Al Bruno III

The somewhat true story of how I barely lost my virginity, almost missed out on true love and nearly lost my mind!

The following story is true- except for the parts I totally made up. The names have been changed to protect the people I loved and to protect me from the people I hated. . . .

A complete series.
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Max Holding On by Emily Stowe

Like a sitcom, only sadder.

Max Holding, a New Yorker who just passed her 30th birthday is stuck. We know this through the adventures and mishaps she shares on her blog, Max Holding On—a series of funny personal stories and wry observations about her life. Despite all her efforts, Max can’t seem to move her life forward, her talent agency is struggling, her relationships are . . .

An abandoned blogfic.
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ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL, VOL III

At times, it’s great . . .

By Chris Poirier, editor

Sep 29, 2008: I’ve read the first 16 chapters of Estimated Time of Arrival, and either I don’t understand it, or it’s rather uneven. There are a good number of chapters when the writing is vibrant and funny and insightful and revealing—when I love its warmth, its honesty, its gentle, laid-back rhythm. And then there is a bunch of boring, frat-boy, stoned drunkeness in between.

Estimated Time of Arrival is the (slightly?) fictionalized memoir of Sol Mann, a self-described drug-addict who hops a plane [more . . .]

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