The Fourth Novella of Millennial Row.

How to Fold Towels - This story takes us to the East Village in New York City where Leonard Woose works for a law firm conducting witness preparation. He suffers from Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder, which helps him keep impeccable notes and cuts him off from personal relationships. But what happens when his whole world comes crashing down?
A place for everything and nothing is in its place.

Leonard Woose - 30-year-old aide at the law firm of Marshall, Taney, and Warren that suffers from intense Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder.
Anastacia "Stacy" Monroe Gallatin - high school crush of Leonard Woose, wife of Walter Gallatin.
Walter Gallatin - Account Manager for Jackson & Vanderbilt Holdings, defendant in case.
Edmund Bradford - new partner at Marshall, Taney, and Warren, came from a public policy firm in DC.
Dr. Roland Muhlenberg - one of Leonard's two psychiatrists.
Dr. Heinrich Adams - the other psychiatrist.
Marc Anthony Rodney - Leonard's supervisor at Marshall, Taney, and Warren.
Oliver Taney - son of  a senior partner of the firm and new employee of the firm.

November 13, 2016

posted Nov 13, 2016, 4:14 PM by Aois Twentyone

This story has now been moved up the queue and has been put in the front of the line for writing and production. It will still be the first novella in the Blue book, but you will have a chance to read it much sooner. For more information into why this development has occurred, refer to the blog posts for today on Andy 4 President and For Want of A Nickel.

AUGUST 17, 2012

posted Aug 17, 2012, 7:25 PM by Aois Twentyone

Keith made progress in plot development and story outline this week. The original plan for six chapters has expanded to eight and Keith has fleshed out five additional characters in addition to protagonist Leonard Woose. More about these will be available as Keith continues the development process. A Facebook page will be created sometime in the next two months. There will not be a launch page as there was for the first three novellas because of the existence of this page. Any questions? Leave them below.

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