For those of us who do not enjoy reading an entire novel off a computer or e-reader screen, Everyday Malfeasance might be a better choice. It is a collection of very short pieces I have done for various places through the years. Each one can be read in one shot, with very little effort or discomfort, and might provide a few laughs.
Jim gives an overview of the book:
Chapters include: Red Stained and Rising (Ankle Deep in Sloppy Joe), The Killer Duck Demands Butter, L’Toaster, Gerto ë Gertosen (A Strange Tale of Viking Customs), The Old Man and the Sea, Jingles of Gibberish, The Hoover from Hades, Dick Nixon in Alaska, The Rage of Weasels, Packing Patty Melts Hot, Guru of the Floss, Guigi (My Lover, My Vampire), Requiem for a Featherweight, Why I Love Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Darth at the Manger, Jingles of Gibberish (Part 5), Broccoli at Christmas, My Search for the Seventh Sock. And many more.
Jim DeFilippi was born and raised in Duck Alley, on Long Island, and has been writing and living on a dirt road in northern Vermont since 1973. He is a husband of many years, a father of two, a grandfather, a retired school teacher, a special-needs bus driver, a Vietnam...