Book: True People - A Parable & Other Prose by David Rowell Workmancategories: Book, Poetry, Death, Monsters, Cannibals, Angels, Furniture, Killing, Fighting, Guard, Beans, Prose
David Rowell Workmanabout this book: True People is a parable about a man with a failed work past who takes over his deceased father's furniture business and runs it into the ground. He has no business sense at all. One evening he is walking the same bridge where his father proposed to his mother when he is struck by lightning. He is found naked on the bridge after the accident and wakes up in jail. There he discovers he has a new gift. He can see people as they really are. He can see people as monsters.
I came upon the Idea for True People after working for some time in the office supply furniture business. The fact that the hero sees people as they truly are, is from my dealings with varied customers who have many hidden sides to their personalities - and not always for the good.
The title is derived from the fact that the hero can see people as they were truly intended to be seen- as their hearts dictate. The stories I create in my books and in my long prose are experiences I know the readers of my work can relate to in their lives past and present.
The book also includes a prose collection called Having Garden Tea with Raffles which you will encounter feelings and life lessons we have all been through – and even some surprises.
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