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All the things I couldn't say to you

By Keith Miller

Jonathan Everwhite, author of three published novels, one a bestseller, the second a cult favorite and the third widely popular, recently decided to stop trying to write and publish his work after his publisher refused to publish what he felt to be his most important work. The publisher assured him that he would accept anything else but that. Jonathan tried in vain to explain that this book was the one that finally got to the point, and although it had taken him over three years to complete, he was certain it would be understood by all his readers in a deeper way than anything he had done before and in a matter of moments. The publisher stubbornly refused explaining that his book "All the things I could never say to you" could never sell because in its 248 pages and 17 chapters there was not a single word.