Audiobook Fictional Story of Criminal Brothers and Violence

This crime story explores how close familial relationships can mold our character. If Forest Gump was to go capitol ‘E’ Evil, then you would basically have Jesse, Teach Me to Play Cards. (Explicit Language and Adult Themes).
Running time: 10:01

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Author and novelist David Wallace Fleming publishes original humor, science fiction and fantasy short stories.

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About davidwallacefleming

David Wallace Fleming is a U.S. writer, living in Austin, Texas. He is the author of the coming-of-age, social media novel GROWING UP WIRED, and the satirical science fiction audiobook, NOT FROM CONCENTRATE.
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3 Responses to Audiobook Fictional Story of Criminal Brothers and Violence

  1. chuu2venge says:

    Listening to this while writing my own stuff was a mistake…I can’t concentrate
    Also, now I have the urge to write something other than what I was writing.

    Is this based on Jesse James and his bro? I don’t know much about them…

    • Thanks for your comment!
      The name of Jesse may have been a subconscious association with Jesse James but I really hadn’t thought of it until I read your comment. This short story was the result of a daydream I used to distract myself from the symptoms of a case of strep throat.

      • Another thing I thought of, Stephen King recommends listening to Rock n’ Roll while writing new stuff. I’ve found that this works for me. When I edit a manuscript, I often listen to Mozart’s piano concertos.

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