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Pages: 90

Language: English

Publisher: iUniverse (12 Mar. 2013)

By: Matthew Braga (Author)

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Bad days are just part of life. But for the characters highlighted in Matthew Braga's short story collection, their bad days are just a little bit worse. A husband who wants nothing more than to reconnect with his wife after realizing their marriage is in a slump finally finishes a long-awaited backyard project, only to discover that no matter how much he thinks he knows, sometimes he is not in charge - or in control of anything. When a wife is ill in bed, her husband quietly creeps around the house hoping not to disturb her, but after they have a disastrous meeting in the bathroom, he heads outside where something unanticipated comes down - right on her prized flower garden. When a couple moves into a new house, a stray cat soon makes it known that he is smarter than humans. Finally, a little boy who struggles with his difference discovers that he can do anything he wants if he has friends - and a good dream. So You Think You're Having a Bad Day? is a lighthearted collection of humorous vignettes with an important message that even the worst of days are survivable.


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