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Everybody Do What You're Doing

Everybody Do What You're Doing

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AVAILABLE NOW! Paperback | Fiction/Sci-fi/Satire

Brod, a Black alien from the planet Bodhavista, materializes in Flinders End, a shabby West London backwater. His mission: to spread love, peace, and happiness in the UK. Upon entering the Butchers Arms pub, Kim the landlady befriends him, assuming he is a bewildered migrant. Meanwhile, two ruthless entrepreneurs plan to oust her and make the Butchers a gastro boozer, their first step in the gentrification of Flinders End. Inadvertently Brod is caught in the bitter struggle, hell-bent on saving his sanctuary, yet fearful of how his mission's failure might be perceived on his home planet. Will he survive? 

Read our Q&A with Adam Temple about Everybody Do What You're Doing HERE.

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Adam Temple

was born in London, but spent time in Manchester in the punk music scene. Temple, who is of West African heritage, had parents immersed in the musical entertainment world. The eighties saw him accompany rock legend Screaming Lord Sutch; moonlight as a Tarzan singing telegram; spend a year serenading the Marbella jet set, and accept a residency in Wichita, Kansas. He made several appearances in Strike It Rich, a BBC TV drama. In 2013, he wrote The Adam Temple Show and Football Fandango. Broadcast from his at, the Orange Bunker, these episodic internet musical comedies featured several accomplished actors and performers. Continuing to write and perform on guitar, Temple lives in Maida Vale, West London.