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Love Letters from Transylvania

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Hugh Kiernan's memoir cycles, tantalisingly but purposefully, among different modes-expository, dramatic, narrative, and descriptive-and sometimes blurs the boundary between fiction and nonfiction. But the effect of the whole is perhaps best described as lyrical, as the prose has the compression and metaphorical openness characteristic of poetry. The result is a narrative that powerfully communicates the disorientation and even self-estrangement attendant on a life-changing, and life-threatening, condition. An achievement rare in my experience of illness narrative. Emeritus Professor G Thomas Couser Author of Memoir: An introduction and Recovering Bodies: Illness, disability and life writing Hugh Kiernan's writing inhabits liminal spaces between health and illness. His carefully crafted stories differ from the usual first-person memoir tradition adopted by authors making sense of their illness experiences. He uses experiences of other ill people or his experience with a context or with inanimate objects or a trying situation to structure stories that provide compelling insights into the world of health care. Emeritus Professor Annette Street Author of Inside Nursing, Nursing Replay and Thinking, Acting, Reflecting An extraordinary memoir: a journey into a netherworld where both the surreal and the achingly real, pain and morphine-induced euphoria, are seamlessly interwoven. Hugh Kiernan is a participant-observer, a witness to his experience of cancer, unflinching in his attention to detail, yet transcendent in capturing the flow of the journey. Arnold Zable Author of Violin Lessons and Café Scheherazade

Bar None

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Do you like your bartenders hot and sexy? Do you like it when they get up close and personal with some of their patrons? Then you'll love Bar None! Kiernan Kelly goes into outer space for Kind of a D.R.A.G, the story of bartender Max and a robot who's more than your standard nuts and bolts. On the other hand, Julia Talbot's men stay firmly planted on earth, and in nature, as werebear Seamus deals with grumpy bar owner and werewolf Hugh and a dangerous animal poacher in The Blue Moon Bar. BA Tortuga revisits Shane and Galen from the Stormy Weather series in Bartender Rescue. This time Shane's the one working too hard and Galen has to remind his bartender how to have fun before they forget how to be a couple. In Flair, Sean Michael goes to the Hammer club where flair expert Nathan is hired by Xavier to teach the staff some bartending tricks, but it's Dom Jarrod who winds up showing Nathan a few tricks of his own. Don't miss out on these four sexy tales of bartenders and the men who love them.

Bar None

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Do you like your bartenders hot and sexy? Do you like it when they get up close and personal with some of their patrons? Then you'll love Bar None! Kiernan Kelly goes into outer space for Kind of a D.R.A.G, the story of bartender Max and a robot who's more than your standard nuts and bolts. On the other hand, Julia Talbot's men stay firmly planted on earth, and in nature, as werebear Seamus deals with grumpy bar owner and werewolf Hugh and a dangerous animal poacher in The Blue Moon Bar. BA Tortuga revisits Shane and Galen from the Stormy Weather series in Bartender Rescue. This time Shane's the one working too hard and Galen has to remind his bartender how to have fun before they forget how to be a couple. In Flair, Sean Michael goes to the Hammer club where flair expert Nathan is hired by Xavier to teach the staff some bartending tricks, but it's Dom Jarrod who winds up showing Nathan a few tricks of his own. Don't miss out on these four sexy tales of bartenders and the men who love them.
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