Director Guy (Paperback)

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What's Director Guy about?
So, you suddenly find yourself in someone else's head. Of all the rotten luck, it's a teenager's head. You see through his eyes, hear through his ears, feel through his skin, etc. Where did your life go? Your memory is gone too. You don't know who you are or were, don't know where you came from, don't know your name or your parent's faces, and don't know how to get out of this kid's head. This teenager controls everything. At least you and he can think thoughts back and forth to each other. Of course, that freaks him out a bit because you're in his head, but he's adjusting. Typically, he won't listen to any of your advice. How the devil did this happen? Can it be undone? If so, who would you be . . . err. . . had been. You get dragged through high school, meet his cute, smart girlfriend and his dope smoking buddies. He talks about the voice in his head, and EVERYONE wants to help. Oh great You two start sharing dreams. You get the incredible urge to travel west. Can you convince him to go? And what happens if you don't get this all figured out before the dream's countdown clock strikes zero? Somebody help
This Young Adult coming of age novel gracefully crosses a psychic telepathic mystery with mental-space opera adventure to achieve one of the most unique, distinctive, and rare stories available today. Featuring two strong male protagonists (Von and Director Guy) living in one body along with the intelligent, beautiful girl friend, Julia, who assists in unwinding the entire mystery, we have a story that takes us through ESP, peer pressure, exorcism, LSD, voodoo, and even time travel. Hang on because it's a FUN trip. Enjoy.

About the Author

Edward G. Gauthier prefers to write short stories, flash fiction, poetry and essays. His work has been accepted by Literary Orphans, Punchnels, Dual Coast Magazine, Gyroscope Review, J.J. Outre Review, Story Shack and others. After many years of teaching English and computer science, he now maintains a four to six hour daily writing schedule. Edward tends to explore the psychic dreams and the infinite spaces of the mind. Themes like "the best laid plans of mice and men goes oft awry" or other themes demonstrating mankind's arrogance are attractive to this writer. According to the author, "We're just so damned full of ourselves, which makes for infinite entertainment. Man running up against his own self-built delusions probably originates from deep within all of us. Been there done that? Life of course is a discovery process. Who am I? What should I do with my life? What is really significant? Today's answer to these questions may not work tomorrow. Things move around. Is change the only constant? Nothing holds still for us." The absolute best advice Edward gives to fellow writers: "Planning to write is not writing. Outlining, researching, talking to people about what you're doing, none of that is writing. Writing is writing."-- E. L. Doctorow

Product Details
ISBN: 9781732082403
ISBN-10: 1732082405
Publisher: Edward G. Gauthier
Publication Date: May 23rd, 2018
Pages: 288
Language: English