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The Pawnshop Computer

Written and Illustrated by
Anna Marie Burk
 

 127 pages

5.5" x 8"

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The Pawnshop

Computer

 

The pawnshop was a mysterious place with an equally mysterious salesman. When Georgia asked his name, he answered, “Gabriel. You know, like the archangel,” and laughed at his quip.

Georgia thought that with his pointy goatee and eyebrows curling up toward his visor, Gabriel certainly looked the opposite of an angel.

The moment Georgia saved her story to the computer’s hard drive, strange things began to happen that caused major changes in her life.  Were those changes for the better? 

Was the salesman an emissary of good or an envoy of evil?  What had he really sold her?


 

About the Author

Anna Marie Burk

Anna Marie moved to Arizona with her family when she was eight years old.   

“I’d seen only concrete in New York City, so I was fascinated with our big backyard of Arizona dirt.  I sat out there and made mud pies for hours, letting them bake in the hot desert sun.  I didn’t eat any of my beautiful pies but must confess I did try to tempt my little brother into taking a bite.  He was only five, but he knew better than to listen to anything I said.”

“We didn’t have a lot of money for toys or games, so we learned to use our imaginations.  Our neighbor worked for a company that manufactured evaporative coolers, and he brought home large, discarded but clean cardboard boxes.  Pencils and crayons soon changed these simple boxes into vessels that transported us to lands where dreams become real. 

“Now I use my imagination, honed years ago, to write fairytales for children, and fantasy, romance, science fiction for upper teens and adults.”



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