The Glitch Factory: Perfectly Human in an Imperfect World by Donna Thompson

The Glitch Factory: Perfectly Human in an Imperfect World

byDonna Thompson

Kobo ebook | November 21, 2013

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Glitch Factory: Perfectly Human in an Imperfect World Local Human Mother Releases Anthology That Explores Our Hilarious Attempts to Control the Chaos in Our Lives. 12 stories, 12 doses of reality, 12 quirky perspectives, all strung together to reveal the glitches that curb our future plans and make us second guess the reality we’ve been so hastily shoved into. CITY, STATE, PROVINCE, DATE— Donna Thompson, local mother, retired teacher, and full-time author, has released her first anthology, titled “The Glitch Factory: Perfectly Human in an Imperfect World.” Through a compilation of short stories written with an elegant prose, Thompson defines the chaos that surrounds our daily lives by revealing the quirks and nuances that always seem to catch us off-guard. Humans are a stubborn species—we simply refuse to accept that our reality is not working in league with us. We make future plans, and then are surprised when something unexpected comes up and changes everything, imagine. Thompson is also a member of the Association of Independent Authors, where she often shares her works with the public and collaborates with other writers from around the world. In addition, she is the creator of the blog/website, “The Glitch Factory,” where she shares insightful observations on what it means to be stringently human in such a vibrant, chaotic world filled with unpredictability.
Title:The Glitch Factory: Perfectly Human in an Imperfect WorldFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 21, 2013Publisher:BookBabyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1619276933

ISBN - 13:9781619276932

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