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From multi-talented author and polymath Paul Samuel Dolman comes Martha's Vineyard Miracles, the follow-up to the 2010 beloved humorous memoir Hitchhiking with Larry David.

He's reunited with the girl of his dreams. He's on a mission (quite possibly divinely inspired) to write his very first book. Everything's looking up.

What could make the best time even better? A triumphant return to Martha's Vineyard for a delightful summer of spontaneous and unlikely conversations, reconnecting with family and old friends, and radiant love.

But it'll take a Martha's Vineyard miracle to turn things around when unresolved issues and mounting differences threaten to drive a wedge between Pauly, his girl, and their chances for ultimate happiness....

In Martha's Vineyard Miracles, Paul Samuel Dolman brings a new depth to the thumbs-out, say-yes philosophy of Hitchhiking with Larry David while delivering another message of hopeful, uplifting growth.

©2015 Paul Samuel Dolman (P)2015 Paul Samuel Dolman

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  • sarahmoose2000
  • 09-28-15

I Want to Live Here!

Pauly and his girlfriend split up last summer, but now they're back together. After much soul searching, Pauly decides to write a book of his experience. Will the public like it and will it continue to be the sellotape that holds his relationship together?

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