The Truth about Patrick Welles

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Literary Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
The Truth about Patrick Welles is an author’s attempt to escape his boundaries, by addressing them face first with an open and self-reflective context. The menial world of his character, Vivian, is forced to find a means of escape and can only turn within herself to get away from the confines of what is typical and customary. With subtle and personal development, Vivian is an alien being in a familiar world, being led down a dangerous path of her own devising as she tries to avoid the painful reality of her life. Goodwill paints a picture of a neutral world finding inner conflict. His debut novel is about art, its freedoms, limitations and deceptions.

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The Dying Storm

Submitted: November 04, 2011

The Truth About Patrick Welles By David Goodwill Part One Prologue A wave of smoke folds into a chicane and meanders into... Read Chapter

The Artist's Nephew

Submitted: November 04, 2011

Christine had never had children; she professed to know what was right in this world but even she – the almighty and wise – had not t... Read Chapter

The Man in White

Submitted: November 04, 2011

  Chapter Three The Man in White     Over the next few days I spent most of my time in my study, donni... Read Chapter

Murder in the Parish

Submitted: November 04, 2011

  Chapter Five ‘Murder in The Parish’     As time went on and the sun started to set, we had some ... Read Chapter

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