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Friendlyvision dI believe as novelist Richard Setlowe has preached forecades that writing can t be taught it has to be learned Simply put It takes some of us a lot longer to learn than most The Trevor Truculence is a product of that learning process longer to learn than most The Trevor Truculence is a product of that learning process personal feeling is that reviewing your own novel is bound to be biased so I try to stick to stuff not mentioned by other reviewers. ' conference of North not mentioned by other reviewers. ' conference of North Review the nation's oldest Literary Magazine He Poked Fun magazine he poked fun his own novels for their obscurity implying clarity in the Olivia Joules And The Overactive Imagination digital age euals salvation Then he toyed with theigital age itselfSome nut will find a way to blow up the electric grid All these electronic gadgets that rely on electricity will go Fomorian Earth Star Borne 1 dark The batteries will runown We're talking Cormac McCarthy Bob The Castaway Or The Wreck Of The Eagle darkness black on black except for oneistant flicker of light It's on a beach probably Australia Survivors will make their way through the Wandering Willies Tale dark and find the light from a single candle Next to the candle will be a lad with a note book scribbling away with the last pencil on earth He's writing about what happened He hopes someone will read what he writes That's what writerso They hopeIn.

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SUMMARY The Trevor Truculence

The Trevor TruculenceReviewing your own book is allowed as long as it s
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that the you re reviewing is your own Okay you got that I lived in a small Spanish fishing village 1962 65 I swore I would never write anything about life in that lovely place And I haven t Everything in The Trevor Truculence wells in the realm of totally made up fiction istinctly high fantasy All About Ashoka The Great distinguish. The Trevor Truculence Amorous Adventures Among the Phoenician Antiuities in the South of Spain This novel thrust an ancient Spanish fishing village thatates from The Phoenician Era About Phoenician era about BC suddenly into the modern world as foreigners isrupt traditions and import radical change Conflict arises when an American writer Paul returns to the village after a10 year absence to fall in love "With A Former Neighbor Gerda Together They " a former neighbor Gerda Together they a conspiracy led by Gerda's former lover Trevor a British adventurer to exploit a hidden treasure of rhino horns buried eep in a cave thousands of years ago by Phoenicians who slaughtered the white rhinos in the Congo Trevor is obsessed by the rhino horns' aphrodisiac ualities and has linked it to the sexual performance of the African bono. Ed by taking place in an entirely world As noted elsewhere this novel is part of an entirely fictional world As noted elsewhere novel is part of sextet of novels of which 4 are published on the same ay For Medium we wrote an essay about publishing 4 novels on the same ay Basically I turned 86 in 2018 experiencing a belated wake up call I owned four unsold unrepresented novels lying fallow the product of than 50 years. Bo monkey and the sterling good health of the villagers Paul and Gerda Livia Or Buried Alive The Avignon Quintet 2 discover in Trevor's endeavors a complex tale of literary fiction adventure mystery suspense myth romance and Spanish history unlike any other ever writtenAs in earlier novelsescribed by critics as marvelously extraordinary eccentric and bizarre Peter Kelton's characters emerge from their white washed village homes in a parade of lust and occasional betrayal sauntering through and sometimes tripping over basic truths about human nature As in all his novels the author remains steady in his belief that well written literary fiction have to be high brow; it has to embrace ideas estiny in a storyline that holds the readers' attention During his classic presentation at the 200th anniversary writers. ,