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In the middle of a quiet, not-so-special clearing in the woods, a wee tiny whatsit wakes up without any memory at all. So he sets off in search of his maker, as well as some sense of purpose in Life. Along the way, he encounters a bizarre cast of silly, helpful, and oddly poignant characters who teach him how to survive this crazy game called Existence.The Big Empty Life of Alphonse Tabouret is an existential fairy tale about Life, Love, Loss, and the search for answers to questions we all ask nobody in particular. While cute and silly on the surface, almost every encounter is metaphorical (without being heavy-handedly so). This adorably engaging and heartwarming tale invites the reader to decipher the life lessons gleaned by Alphonse in personal terms that speak to today's social conditions. Through the innocent lens of simple, cute characterization, readers are presented with honest questions about parenting, materialism, addiction, codependency, narcissism, depression, and the search for meaning that we all undergo every day.
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It's Halloween season, when Seven Sails theme park's Shocktober Nights rule! Budding teen rebel Rey decides to ditch work to join her friends for spooky fun, and asks Devin to cover for her. One thing though: Rey's parents are a little (read: very) strict! Devin must wait for Rey to rush to Jog Mobile by 9pm – after closing – in time for her parents to pick her up. But Parker and her friends have other plans. Will Rey make it back in time? Can Devin keep her out of trouble?
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Job Mobile might've seen some action during the midnight release of the latest cell phone launch, but foot traffic has been down ever since. With sales dropping, Christian attempts to hire a new saleswoman. But apparently he didn't get the memo from corporate about the hiring freeze, and he gets the chewing out of a lifetime. But no sweat . . . #retaillife.  
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Parker decides to throw a party in the breakroom, which is seriously against the rules, but no one can say anything because her dad is the CEO. Elena, the newest employee at Jog Mobile, has had enough (on her birthday, of all days), but that won't stop her from getting the job done.  
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It's Halloween season, when Seven Sails theme park's Shocktober Nights rule! When Rey decides to ditch work and join her friends for spooky fun, she asks Devin to cover for her. One thing though: Rey's parents are a little (read: very) strict! Devin must wait for Rey to rush to Jog Mobile by 9:00 p.m.—after closing—in time for her parents to pick her up. But Parker and her friends have other plans. Will Rey make it back in time? Can Devin keep her out of trouble?  
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The aftermath of Rey's Shocktober Nights rebellion leaves Devin scrambling to convince Parker to help, which means giving up her plans and pulling off a heck of an impersonation. Rey's parents want answers, and it's up to the Jog Mobile team to give them without Christian, or anyone else, finding out the truth.
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Chaos has hit the Jog Mobile store, and its name? Black Friday. Unless Christian wants to relive the midnight launch and the fury of a few hundred nerds, he and the team are gonna need a new plan.
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Rey is stuck in dry cleaning purgatory after the stunt that ended her Jog Mobile job, but it looks like Corporate is playing no games as they sentence Devin and Parker to six hours of hell: sensitivity training.
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It's noon at Jog Mobile, and everyone has plans . . . at the same time. Jerry makes the ultimate sacrifice to run the store alone, while Elena, Devin, and Christian have the best lunch break of all time! Well . . . that was the hope.
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Ever had to wake up and go to a dead-end job? The clerks of America's fourth most-trusted cellular carrier feel your pain. This Jog Mobile location just outside of Pittsburgh employs the lovable underachiever Devin, under-employed MBA Elena, privileged heiress Parker, sarcastic high schooler Rey, former journalist Jerry, and their oblivious dude-bro manager, Christian. (Before you ask: No, they can't put that new smartphone aside for you, it's against company policy.) Share in the misadventures, from break-room pranks to midnight phone launches gone awry; from awkward crushes to nightmare customers. Who will make it to assistant manager? Who will make it out of this town? Who knows—these barely-minimum-wage drones are just trying to survive to closing time.
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