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Clayton Coburn & Sharon Gill Authors- HAD TO TAKE A BREAK BICYCLING MISADVENTURES

HAD TO TAKE A BREAK    BICYCLING MISADVENTURES

by Clayton Coburn & Sharon Gill

“Tooo Much Fun” LLC

Clayton Dorn Coburn

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas , Clayton currently lives in New Mexico.

She wrote her first book HAD TO TAKE A BREAK, bicycling misadventures in 2010. The success of the book resulted in numerous speaking engagements and participation in book festivals throughout the country. The book is now in its second printing. The sequel Had To take Another Break , More Bicycling Misadventures was released in summer of 2013.

Sharon Dorn Gill

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Sharon currently lives in New Mexico. She graduated from the University of Texas. As a commission artist, her works are found throughout the country.

Sharon illustrated both HAD TO TAKE A BREAK, bicycling misadventures and HAD TO TAKE ANOTHER BREAK, more bicycling misadventures.

 coburn.clayton@gmail.com

http://www.tooomuchfun.com

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Aaron Michael Ritchey Author- LONG LIVE THE SUICIDE KING

LONG LIVE THE SUICIDE KING

by Aaron Michael Ritchey

Young Adult – General
226 Pages
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https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/long-live-the-suicide-king?tmpl=component&print=1 2/2
happened to his grandfather —

JD decides he will either commit suicide or instigate an event so
that someone will do the deed for him.

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Reviewed by Patricia Reding for Readers’ Favorite
I just completed one of the most engaging reads of recent months:
Long Live the Suicide King by Aaron MichaelRitchey. It opens with
17-year-old JD, who is troubled by an event that transpired just days
prior while with his friends and under the influence of drugs. JD
decides to leave behind those friends and to go straight. But then, not
wanting to face the difficulties of life or the knowledge that death will
come to him one day anyway — and probably after a prolonged and painful disease as …

http://www.aaronmritchey.com

aaronmritchey@gmail.com

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