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Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Are you anywhere near the Anderson Public Library? Read my High School Bullying Story, Stingers, Free!

Continuing my series on libraries, and my books in them, I discovered yet another library where you can read at least one.

If you're anywhere near Anderson, Indiana, and have a library card, did you know that you can read my High School bullying story, Stingers, absolutely free?

Click the screenshot below to see the book in the library.



In case you didn't know, here's the description for the book:

Thirteen-year-old James Clarke is always being picked on in school. He hates sports, and he particularly hates Stingers, a schoolyard game in which children throw tennis balls at each other. The other kids always seem to throw the ball harder, when it's at him. His physical education teacher, Mr Evans, has no sympathy for the boy, believing he just needs to toughen up a bit.
When James returns home from school after a rough game of Stingers, his mother is mortified when she sees the bruises on his arm and chest. She phones the school to try and put a stop to the cruel bullying of her son.

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