Needless to say, I bet Borden, the main character in Who’s The Lucky Guy?, probably would have bought the argument that men suffer more from the flu than women. That doesn’t make him a bad guy, just dumb.
Check out the Kirkus Review of “Who’s The Lucky Guy?”
Click the link below for interesting information on how dogs try to communicate with humans
Most everyone is aware of the objectionable behavior known as “manspreading”.
Here is a nice article that shows that this phenomenon is not confined to the denizens of Long Island or New York City:
This article could not be more timely. My new novel, “Who’s The Lucky Guy?” revolves around a main character who does one stupid thing after another.
Check out the link below to find out how you can avoid doing dumb things:
The time has come.
The world will finally find out who the mysterious lucky guy is.
Don’t worry Kindle users, the Kindle version of “Who’s The Lucky Guy?” will be available very soon.
Since it is going to take some time to find out who the “Lucky Guy” is, I thought it might be interesting if any of you guys or gals out there would like to tell me why you think you or someone you know is “the Lucky Guy”.
Please submit your “Lucky Guy” stories as comments to this post.
Because of the wild and wooly nature of the Internet, all comments will be moderated.