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Publisher's Summary

About the author:

Will Bevis is a prolific writer of short stories, articles, and memoirs. His most well-known work, "The Killing of Train-Man Brown", has been called, "a true gem..." Other stories of note are "Send Me a Friend", "Then Her Wig Fell Off", "Let the Dog Drive", "Young Turk", "As an Angel Might Sleep", and the controversial, "Slow Foreplay on a Fast Bus".

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From the Author of On Balls Alone: What You Can Learn From the Book Moneyball That Can Help You Be More Successful comes: "Play Fast! Win Big! What You Can Learn From the Fastest Team in College Football...the Oregon Ducks!"

This article discusses the missing key that helped the author earn more money as a new indie writer. That key is speed, as evidenced by the Oregon Ducks. See how speed breaks all the traditional rules and can help you in the new and changing world of ePublishing.... Just like it did for the Ducks...and led them to a Rose Bowl Championship....

©2012, 2013 Will Bevis (P)2013 Will Bevis

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Misleading... Not what I expected.

It is my opinion that the author is using the title to sell books.

I have 3-4 8 year old boys I coach that have a higher football IQ.