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cosmicfolklore

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I was just doing a random search for pipes in Amazon, just to see what might pop up, and I saw this, Dutchman's Mine: The Adventures of Latakia Billows.
It looks like it was just published, and it has an interesting description. I've found that in self-published books, it can be hit or miss whether the grammar is tolerable enough to read. But, I have found quite a few self-published books to be fantastic. You are just limited to reading it on a device. :?
I just wanted to bring this find to everyone's attention. Happy Friday!!

 

mso489

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The title is awkward, but I'll give the author points for coming up with the name Latakia Billows.

 

ericthered

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I remember reading several chapters of this at romeospipe.blogspot.com some time ago. The blog stopped getting updated around 2012, if I remember correctly. I just checked, the chapters have since been taken down. It was an amusing story, but it didn't draw me in enough to see how it would end.

 

tommytree

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Don't know why it took me this long to see this post, but I wrote that book. Yes, it does heavily feature a pipe. And yes, Anthony, it is available in paper.
The released book is a bit different than the serialized version that was up on the blog so long ago, although the broad strokes are the same.
I'd rather not put links up here, but it is available exclusively through Amazon (except for signed copies, which you can get at my website).

 

indianafrank

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I have been to Superstition Mts on a number of occasions. I will definitely by this book.