Misadventures and Fishing Tales
A humorous collection of true short stories written by a female Boston transplant now living in the northern Michigan great outdoors. This book promises a lot of laughs about outdoor misadventures. Interwoven in the tales are humor, mischief, and a few life lessons. Join the scene as the author describes the crisp morning air and the serenity of surrounding woodlands on an ice fishing outing. Picture Michigan's mighty Mackinac Bridge as its twin white towers stand tall, welcoming visitors to the Upper Peninsula. Put yourself among the crowd of the local pub waiting to view the braggart's trophy fish, which unfortunately was eaten by the neighborhood wild cats! The author intertwines misadventure in the great outdoors with an appreciation for nature, putting readers in another scene while also leaving them with a laugh or two along the way.The author will donate $1.00 of her proceeds to fight Multiple Sclerosis. By purchasing this book, you have joined the author in fighting this disease.
- Paperback | 74 pages
- 152.4 x 223.52 x 5.08mm | 136.08g
- 02 Oct 2009
- London, United Kingdom
- black & white illustrations