About Man in the Corner:
Mae Taylor and her son Josiah just want to be left alone after the divorce. Their plans to start over solo are jostled when they move next door to Mr. Tom, a lonely widower and retired school teacher. Together, this unlikely trio finds a second chance at faith, hope and love with help from Gettysburg, cookbooks, an attic secret and two ‘Christmas ghosts.’
A 16th century French Christmas carol. Seconds on ice cream. Mom’s lime-pineapple Jell-o mold and Dad’s secret stuffing recipe. Storifying. This Thanksgiving-themed micro memoir combines holidays past and present, stirring up a gentle reminder that wherever family is on the fourth Thursday in November, we’re home.
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Have you tried humor writing only to crash and burn? Would your best material outlast the expiration date on a milk carton? Nearly Nine Terrific Tips for Writing Humor skedaddles from the pithy pen of Kristine Lowder, author of “excruciatingly insightful prose.” Her brief resource offers clear, concise and user-friendly tips that will have the crankiest curmudgeon laughing in no time!
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