A Pale Face for a Collar (Book Is Now Available)

I’m excited to announce the arrival of my second published anthology:

A Pale Face for a CollarTestimonials of an Office Rat.”


From the author, The Stormy Poet, that brought you Product of the Storm (https://goo.gl/mUXyYu) comes the heroing anthology, A Pale Face for a Collar!
A Pale Face for a Collar: Testimonials of an Office Rat” is a chronologically structured collection of essays and poetry that narrate the first-hand accounts of one feeling trapped financially, mentally, and physically–one imprisoned in the invisible–but oh-so-evident–and overwhelmingly colossal cell that is the Working Class America. And, he believes he’s discovered just exactly how he and so many others became ensnared in such imprisonment and the daring method that will bring forth his escape and freedom.

So, I welcome those Mondays. Because, every single one is another day closer to me fulfilling my destiny and to me fully walking the divine path that is in alignment with my very being.  Forget longing for weekends and for vacations.  The idea should be to create a life you don’t need to take a vacation from, in the first place.”

Go to work.  Come home.  Go to bed for work.  Pay bills.  Go back to work.  Come home.  Go to bed for work.  Go to work. Come home.  Go to bed for work.  Pay bills. Go back to work.  Does this cycle sound familiar?
Why do we have the 40-hour work week? Is life just about paying bills?  Do we really need a college degree to do what we love for a living?  Is working for Corporate America really the only way to avoid homelessness and to become financially independent?  These are questions we’ve all probably asked at some point but, due to the busyness of life, have never had time to thoroughly investigate.  After years of continuous financial stagnancy, working for an employer who didn’t appreciate him, and seeing his family and friends stuck in similar situations, one man decided he could no longer quietly go through life without knowing.
From the author of, “Product of the Storm,” comes the story of James Shields, a 29-year-old office clerk, who gives an intimate and in-depth portrayal of how he and so many others become ensnared in the doldrums of working a non-fulfilling job, living paycheck-to-paycheck, constantly being one big financial disaster away from going under and the documentation of his unorthodox plan and journey to escape the widely accepted imprisonment—the imprisonment that is Working Class America. Be witness to his great escape!

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To have a copy of “A Pale Face for a Collar: Testimonials of an Office Rat” delivered to your address, click on the “BUY NOW” button above.  If you don’t have a PayPal account, when the page loads, click on “Pay with Debit or Credit.”
Orders usually arrive within 10 days after purchase. If any issues occur in your ordering process, please feel to contact me: E-mail: tsp@thestormypoet.com | Phone: 817-952-9241. I am happy to assist!

 

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  1. Nice. Glad to see that you are achieving your dream! I remember how excited you were when your first book was published and you were working on the second one, which is now, published. Kudos to you sir.

    Signed,

    An old friend

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  2. Nice! I am so glad to see that you are achieving your goals! I remember how excited you were when your first book was published and you were working on the second, which, is now published! Kudos to you! Congratulations!

    Signed,

    An Old Friend

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  3. Old Friend,

    Your kinds words are wholeheartedly appreciated.

    Thank you so much for taking the time drop by and give kudos, and thank you for believing in me back then.

    God bless.

    One Love,
    Steven

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