I have a very lighthearted and warm book to share with you called The Barber's Conundrum written by John Hartnett.
The Barber's Conundrum and Other Stories is more than just a collection of thirty-seven short literary humor pieces that will make you laugh. It provides a treasure trove of tips and invaluable advice to help you navigate safely through marriage and relationships, raising kids and to finally understand the more peculiar aspects of day to day living that up until now, had been tossed into a big heap as just another one of God's mysteries.
You know, barbers and hairdressers are just like bartenders, they get to stand around or sit and listen to all of these people tell them stories about their life, their boss, what they eat, what they believe, affairs, cheating, lying, stealing and then of course, the jokes.For example, did you ever wonder why weather reporters continue to stand in the middle of raging hurricanes to tell us what hurricanes are like when everybody else already knows what hurricanes are like? Did you ever wonder why people stop their cars in the middle of the street to let geese walk past even though geese have been flying long before Cro- Magnon Man was in knee pants? Did you ever think that if aliens do exist on our planet, most of them work in customer service? They do!
I would imagine any of those occupations could in a lifetime have a huge library full of things that people have spilled their guts about or gossiped about someone else while being attended to and lured into a false sense of friendship.
But, then, you hear the most amazing jokes, stories that will make you smile, some will have you thinking if the storyteller has lost his mind or wondering if it is true or not.
Sit back, relax and read The Barber's Conundrum and relive the last time you were sitting in that seat getting the scoop on what's happened since the last time you were there!
John Harnett has a blog, named The Monkey Bellhop, that is full of humor, you have got to go and check it out! You can also check him out on Facebook. He is also on Goodreads.
The author would love to give one reader an ecopy and I will give my hardcopy to another reader. The ecopy is open in U.S./CAN (available in Kindle or Nook only) and the hardcopy is U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!