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Throw another yule log on the fire and twist that final menorah lightbulb! Author and humorist Alex Bernstein presents a collection of quirky, bittersweet tales calculated to ruin even the most blessed festivities. No matter which holidays you celebrate, these 10 stories will have you yearning for mid-January. Featuring the recent Glimmer Train finalist (but not winner) "BThrow another yule log on the fire and twist that final menorah lightbulb! Author and humorist Alex Bernstein presents a collection of quirky, bittersweet tales calculated to ruin even the most blessed festivities. No matter which holidays you celebrate, these 10 stories will have you yearning for mid-January. Featuring the recent Glimmer Train finalist (but not winner) "Brownie Mix", the infamous chapter-book parody "The #[email protected]!# Bicycle Boys Save Christmas, Again!", the never-before-printed "Blue Christmas", and stories previously appearing in such eclectic journals as The Big Jewel, Litro, Corvus, eFiction, Dysfunctional Family Story, The Legendary, Blue Print Review, and Hobo Pancakes, Miserable Holiday Stories is the perfect gift for that special someone you'd rather not ever hear from again....

Title : Miserable Holiday Stories
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ISBN : 19345158
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 106 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Miserable Holiday Stories Reviews

  • Daniel
    2019-03-22 07:48

    This was the first book I ever read on a Kindle, and a delightful introduction to this (relatively) new medium of sharing our stories.And these were simply a delight to read, funny, witty and even a few which were deeply heartfelt. I laughed out loud (literally) at some of the lines, comparing a certain activity to a "chihuahua on crack" at one place and did a few extra minutes of cardio on two successive days so I could keep reading. while I worked out.Alex Bernstein writes well -- and I can imagine him crafting his pieces with a wry smile as he constructs a fun passage or discovers an unusual simile.A fun read and a great introduction to a new medium.