A Story For the Misaligned, Sailor Or Otherwise


 

From the Dedication Page:

This book is dedicated to anyone — regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, gender and all its breathless facets, sexual orientation, non-sexual orientation, sexual non-orientation, spirituality or lack thereof, religion or lack thereof, nationality or lack thereof, political affiliation or lack thereof, occupation or lack thereof, education or lack thereof, good looks or lack thereof, height, weight, shoe size, or any other ways we have identified and implemented as means to compare and contrast and separate and segregate and relegate and rank ourselves as humans — who has ever once regretted his or her or their identity.

This book, then, is for us, all of us.

You can learn more here.

 
 

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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10 Responses to A Story For the Misaligned, Sailor Or Otherwise

  1. stevieck says:

    Haze gray and underway!

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  2. DotedOn says:

    I love that dedication page :)

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  3. mgrace58 says:

    I’m putting this on my growing read list! b(^_^)d

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  4. Who hasn’t, at one time or another, regretted their identity? Maybe some people make a life out of regretting it, but all of us must know how that feels on some level. What a great tag line for a book!

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