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  • Title: Unavailable
  • Author: Angela Kelly
  • ISBN: 9781456587000
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • Welcome to the world of the unsures, Angela Kelly s affectionate term for women falling at various points on the in between scale of gay and straight.Meet Liza, the single mother from an under privileged background, used to finding partners who will give her a sense of security Then there s Jennifer, the stripper who really does have a heart of gold Sandy is the direlyWelcome to the world of the unsures, Angela Kelly s affectionate term for women falling at various points on the in between scale of gay and straight.Meet Liza, the single mother from an under privileged background, used to finding partners who will give her a sense of security Then there s Jennifer, the stripper who really does have a heart of gold Sandy is the direly sexy friend Angela chased for years before winning over Annie presents herself as a teacher and mentor but proves to be a manipulative narcissist These and the other characters present a rich tapestry of love, lust, obsession and, finally, redemption.Threaded between these stories of failed romance you will find self discovery and a coming of age and awareness Join Angela Kelly as she learns about her own issues, dysfunction, addictions, and interpersonal dynamics that contribute to her attraction to unavailable women and their attraction to her.

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    About "Angela Kelly"

    1. Angela Kelly

      Angela Kelly has been writing since she was tall enough to hit the keys on a manual typewriter Two of her poems, Religion and Redemption, have been previously published and other works have appeared in a variety of independent magazines and newsletters Unavailable was her first novel length book Her second, fiction book, Second Best Fantasy, was also released this year.Kelly lives, breathes, and consumes books She has been employed in the publishing production industry for over ten years, and has a Bachelor s degree in English from the University of Illinois She spends much of her time haunting libraries and local bookstores, always in search of the next piece of inspiring and overwhelming literature to add to her reading repertoire.A native Jersey girl, Angela Kelly currently resides begrudgingly in the cornfields of the Midwest with her partner, Cindy, and their furry four legged children She hopes to someday retire near the oceans of the east coast of Florida, where she plans to write her memoirs with a sharp shell in the sand.To contact Angela Kelly about book sales, signings, readings, or anything else, please send an email to angelakelly2011 gmail.

    671 thoughts on “Unavailable”

    1. If you picked this book off the shelf because of its title, you probably need to read it as much as I needed to write it.Thus, this novella length memoir begins, implying from the very first sentence that this is a book about self-discovery. In a way, it is. This is the author’s journey along one very specific path in her life, introducing the reader to various women she has loved over the years, women with whom relationships ultimately failed or never developed in the way the author hoped. Sh [...]


    2. Unavailable is a heart-breaking story of one woman’s desperate search for love. Her story reads very much like an Alcoholics Anonymous confession (for good reason, as it turns out), being the emotional outpouring of a woman in need of healing . . . and, perhaps, validation. It’s a search that seems hopeless at times, doomed to failure by her choice of unavailable lovers, but Angela is a sadly endearing narrator who never extinguished my hope for her happiness.Angela is a lost, wounded soul, [...]


    3. The plot of this autobiographical book is likely to be familiar to most lesbian readers. Usually, a story of unrequited love for another woman (or several) is fictionalized or changed into a romance with a happy ending. In some versions, the fictional beloved or the frustrated lover dies at the end of the book. Names and details are changed to disguise the raw material out of which these plots are woven.This book looks painfully plain, drawn strictly from life. It is an unflinching look at the a [...]


    4. Read this because I got it from one of the giveaways. I went into it thinking it was a novel, but that's my own fault. It's actually one hundred pages exactly of essay-like chapters on various relationships the writer has had with women who fall somewhere along the bisexual spectrum--from "bisexual enough to sleep with a lesbian who's attracted to me" to "bisexual enough to treat a friendship like a relationship but never let it get off the ground."Kelly's stories are more compelling when they' [...]


    5. While I found parts of the book hit much too close to home, this was more of a script from therapy sessions. The good news is that the sessions may have worked and the author learned something about patterns and motivations.So, while entertaining on a certain level, I cannot say that this would be high on my recommended list.



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