By James Mcconnel
James McConnel always felt like a 'nearly' person. Alienated and bullied at school, playing music was the only time James felt in control. But as his piano playing skills developed, so did a bewildering array of strange compulsions. Initially the jerking, coughing, grunting, repeating, tapping, sniffing and counting, was dismissed as a 'funny little habit'. But it was clearly much more than that. Touching, humorous and intimate, LIFE, INTERRUPTED is the astonishing story of one man's journey to self-acceptance.
The Last of the Irish Males
O'Connor shares his insights into an array of universal topics, such as: Interpersonal Communication: On successful chat-up lines; Literature: There's One Yawn Every Minute [On book awards]; Women's Studies: The Irish Male -- A User's Manual; International Book Fairs: Fondling Foreigners in Frankfurt; Nutritional Science: Tongue-Fu for Beginners - Food and Sex; British Geography: The Beautiful Norf [Exploring Finsbury]. So join the Irish Male's on his final heart-stopping ride towards the dawn of the new cyberia. Because God knows -- he needs your company.