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Joe/Joan

Joe/Joan
Wes Boyd
©2015, ©2016



Joe is a truck driver who has driven the same cross-country route for over thirty years. He’s just your average Joe, bored and a little frustrated with his life, but with nothing better to look forward to. Then a bolt of lightning hits his truck; when he comes to, he’s eighteen again, it’s 1965 – and he discovers that he’s the twin sister he never had, Joan! While she has no idea of how this could have happened, she resolves to do things differently in this new life, see the world and have some fun along the way. From snow-swept mountaintops to war-torn jungles, from squalid third-world slums to sophisticated cities she manages to do just that. But in the end she’s faced with the same questions she’s had from the beginning, questions like “What happened?” “Why?” and “Why me?”

Wes says, "I've often said I like to write stories that could be real about people who could be real. This one pushes the envelope a little, but maybe not much, depending . . ."


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Joe/Joan

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by Wes Boyd

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This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.

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I want to thank my usual crew of editors, Bob Haeffner, Warren Stewart, Derek Wright and someone who wishes to remain anonymous for their help in chasing down fluffs, typos, and downright errors. There would be many more of them than the few that slip through thanks to their careful oversight. Also, thanks to Doug Gehon, who does the e-book conversions. This book is better than it would have been without their help. -- WB