Dust Jacket Author Bio

He stood in front of the mirror.  His beard was gray and a bit scraggly.  Dark circles showed faintly under his eyes, or maybe it was just a shadow from his glasses.  Odd to wear glasses when naked.  His body was showing the signs of long wear.  He had worn it now for more than sixty years, a no-iron, drip dry body, complete with all accessories.  Nothing had been added or removed but for a few teeth.  Only one minor accident – a dent to a baby toe, repaired at the local body repair shop some years ago.  Lots of miles, a few creaking joints but all in all the same equipment that had come off the production line.

He sighed and slipped into the bath.Ted head shot 2


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