Michael Reisig’s Great Little Bathroom and Bedtime Book

| March 4, 2014

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Michael Reisig's Great Little Bathroom and Bedtime Book

Dear Potential Reader: If you’re looking for a “War and Peace” reading experience, you’re in the wrong place. However, if you’d like to take a series of brief journeys (somewhere between cerebral and introspective, interspaced with witty and laugh out loud), then this is the book for you. It’s a great bathroom book, ideal for that environment, but it also works well at the beach, while traveling, just before bed, and on lazy Sunday afternoons. Plus, it’s small enough to be easily hidden in your office desk – so you can knock down a story when the boss isn’t looking.

I can promise you two things in the process of reading this: you will find a chuckle or two that will burble up out of you uncontrollably and your day will be a little lighter because of it, and you will find a piece of yourself in the essays, whether it be a longing or a recollection of other times, people, and places, a recognition of qualities within you, or the unearthing of a few words strung together that simply ring so true they strike your very core. And, when it’s all said and done, you may discover a touch of the elements we find so valuable – faith, love, passion, or truth, embedded in you through the shear magic of literary osmosis.

“What a treat! Brimming with heady quotes, sagacious passages and interesting perceptions – perfect for broadening your horizons in pleasurable fashion or just whiling away an afternoon in chuckles and appreciative nods.” – Best-selling author Richard Noone

From the best-selling author of “The Road To Key West” trilogy comes a wonderfully humorous and insightful read, a series of brilliant, introspective anecdotes on friendship, wisdom, women, money, luck, and much more. But with the turn of a single page, Michael Reisig will have you laughing out loud with “The Bigfoot Love Story”, “Phone Solicitors and Space People”, “Monkey Chatter”, “Chickens,” and “The Unwelcome Guest.”

I can promise you two things in the process of reading this: you will find a chuckle or two that will burble up out of you uncontrollably and your day will be a little lighter because of it, and you will find a piece of yourself in the essays, whether it be a longing or a recollection of other times, people, and places, or the unearthing of a few words strung together that simply ring so true they strike your very core. And, when it’s all said and done, you may discover a touch of the elements we find so valuable – faith, love, passion, or truth, embedded in you through the shear magic of literary osmosis.

Did I mention you’re going to laugh out loud?

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