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About the author:
Michael Janflone was born in Washington, PA. Let's see, important things about me since I can't write about myself in the third person, I tend to use curse words when I write, and speak, but I have developed a filter somewhat stronger than single-ply bargain dollar store toilet paper. I'm really not such a morbid guy, actually sarcasm is language 1a behind English.
Factual things: I used to be a pharmacist. I spent a year in the Federal Prison system. I did a lot of heroin, opiates and am lucky to be alive. I am recovered, thanks to the grace of God and dead people who wrote a pretty impressive book a while back that is called Big even though it is indeed just regular size.
Other stuff of no consequence- I can cook. Well. I rarely turn on the TV, but when I do, it is to watch some Pittsburgh sports team. I like to travel and hate the word wanderlust. Even typing that into the bio made me throw up a little bit in my mouth.
I live in South Florida now, and it has finally become home, because I understand home is an inside thing, and I love the beach and ocean. It's humbling. So are all the people in my life today, and those who never left. Thank you all.
Shoestring Theories is the memoir of Michael Janflone, a former pharmacist with a drug problem. Over two decades, he descends deeper into a self-created hell, surviving numerous overdoses and finally after having a life-altering intervention from something up there, he concedes utter, hopeless defeat and begins to recover.
This is his story.
- Publication Date:
- 0692473270 / 9780692473276
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Biography & Autobiography / Personal Memoirs