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Tiffany McDaniel
An Ohio native, Tiffany McDaniel’s writing is inspired by the rolling hills and buckeye woods of the land she knows. She is also a poet, playwright, screenwriter, and artist. The Summer that Melted Everything is her debut novel.www.tiffanymcdaniel.com show more



An Ohio native, Tiffany McDaniel’s writing is inspired by the rolling hills and buckeye woods of the land she knows. She is also a poet, playwright, screenwriter, and artist. The Summer that Melted Everything is her debut novel.www.tiffanymcdaniel.com

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Fiction Fantastic
Fiction Fantastic rated it 5 years ago
The only reason this isn't 5 stars is because there was a definite bit of dragging and over reaching going on here... even so I might change my rating to 5 stars once I've processed...I don't think I've ever quite experienced writing like this. It was like language transcended... transformed and tra...
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 5 years ago
Fielding Bliss is an old man telling his story of the summer that changed everything. When you finish reading his story, you’ll completely understand why he’s now one of those nasty “Get off my lawn!” old guys. And you’ll also probably feel like crawling in a deep dark hole and never returning to pl...
Freda's Voice
Freda's Voice rated it 5 years ago
Better than I initially thought.It was Chapter 23 when I finally got it and started to enjoy the story. It was like six degrees of separation, with much separation in between. And by separation, I mean, confusion.Oh, how I was confuzzled for most of this read. At times, I was lost at to what age the...
Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it 5 years ago
The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist. Yeah, Keyser Söze's paraphrase of C. S. Lewis' appropriation of Charles Baudelaire isn't part of this book, but it might just encapsulate it. Maybe. It's the summer of 1984 in Breathed, OH, and it's hot. Really hot ...
Inked Brownies
Inked Brownies rated it 5 years ago
“What a housebound woman fears is not the knife in the kitchen drawer. It is the outside being better.“ Holy shit, this book is SO intense…This book is mostly set in the '80's.I grew up in the '80's. I still love everything from the '80's: the music, the TV series, the movies. Probably because it al...
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