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I Was Morgan Fairchild's Love Slave

Harris, Stanley

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ISBN 10: 096452810X / ISBN 13: 9780964528109
Editorial: MicroSkill Publishing, Inc.
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Título: I Was Morgan Fairchild's Love Slave

Editorial: MicroSkill Publishing, Inc.

Condición del libro:Very Good

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

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"I Was Morgan Fairchild's Love Slave" is a general audience comedy novel guaranteed to deliver laughs on nearly every page. The novel recounts the story of author Stanley Harris's trip to Southern California in 1971 where, while hitch-hiking from Santa Barbara to LA on highway 101, he gets a ride with the beautiful, sexy young actress Morgan Fairchild. Although Stanley and Morgan are both single and the same age at the time, twenty-one, Morgan has already experienced the racy world of Hollywood, while Stanley is still naive and inexperienced in the ways of life and love. Stanley is nearly broke with no place to stay, so Morgan, taking pity on Stanley, offers him refuge for a few days at her home.

From the first moment Stanley lays eyes on Morgan Fairchild, he falls obsessively in love with her. In the days that follow, Stanley plots and schemes to win Morgan's love. Having already learned how to dodge the best of seductions by the male wolves of the movie industry, Morgan seems hardly to notice Stanley's desperate attempts at romance. When one of Morgan's friends, a stunningly beautiful female model from New York, drops in for an overnight stay, Stanley is reduced to being a mere plaything for the two worldly vixens. Yet Stanley has one quality that the world wise Morgan Fairchild is ill equipped to deal with. In his naive state of inexperience, Stanley doesn't know how to play games, and his emotions are to him the real thing. Before the game is over, what Stanley doesn't know is his best bet for winning the prize that he comically determines is worth risking even his soul.

About the Author:

Stanley Harris, the author of "I Was Morgan Fairchild's Love Slave," first studied creative writing during his first two years at the University of Colorado. An honer student in his freshman and sophomore years, Harris was without funds to finish his education. Eight years later, Harris entered Portland State University in Oregon and earned his BA in literature. Going on to graduate school as a creative writing major, Harris was ten credit hours from earning his Masters when a vehicle accident ended his academic pursuits.

Stanley Harris originally intended to become a professor of creative writing. After his accident, Harris wrote articles for an entertainment magazine and later became the feature writer for a computer publication. Harris eventually started a small computer based advertising business with his wife, which evolved into a successful computer training company. Most of the writing Harris now does is related to the business, but he continues in his spare time to perfect his creative writing skills. Always devoted to comedy, Harris wrote and re-wrote numerous short stories, but it was many years before Harris stumbled upon what he considered his most perfect idea for a truly hilarious short story. A short story that grew into Harris's first comedy novel, "I Was Morgan Fairchild's Love Slave."

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