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Stephen Lloyd Auslender’s “The Streamlined Locomotive” was Exhibited at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

An indolent scion is challenged to be worthy of his inheritance.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

“It is a family tradition. The family has to take care of all members of the clan…” Uncle Throckmorton in “The Streamlined Locomotive”

Stephen Lloyd Auslender’s “The Streamlined Locomotive” was exhibited at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held at the University of Southern California last April 22-23, 2023.

ReadersMagnet, a self-publishing and book marketing company, made this book display possible as it aims to share authors’ stories with the world. The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is perfect for the book display as it is the largest book fair attended by approximately 150,000 people.

Theopolis P. Bezelbottom is an indolent scion of a wealthy family who only waits to get his inheritance. He is irresponsible and does not care enough for his own family. He does little work as he is dependent on the money he expects to get from his family. He expects to take control of the entire county in Appalachia.

The patriarch and boss of the family, Uncle Throckmorton P. Bezelbottom, expects him to be more responsible so he could take care of his family. His Uncle Aloysius P. Bezelbottom also gives him the task of coming up with a streamlined steam engine for the two-bit third-rate feeder railroad the county operates. If he does not satisfy the expectations, he will lose his wealth and favored position in the family.

With his uncles’ expectations, he has to do everything to get his family’s inheritance. With that, he ingeniously succeed without working too hard.

Get a copy of “The Streamlined Locomotive” by Stephen Lloyd Auslender on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

“The Streamlined Locomotive”
Author| Stephen Lloyd Auslender
Published Date| August 10, 2020
Publisher| Page Publishing, Inc.
Genre| Fictional Literature

Author’s Biography

The author first studied Industrial Design (B.S. Degree) and went on to express his surrealist vision in Sculpture (M.F.A. Degree). He holds a Doctorate in Creative Arts (Ph.D.) Over the past fifty-plus years, he has taught and worked in Mechanical Design and in Sculpture. His view of life is a combination of comedy and tragedy. He has retired from the Mechanical Design and Educational Fields and is presently sculpting and writing.

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