A Man's Guide to Getting it Wrong

A Man's Guide to Getting it Wrong

by Craig Jones, Sion James

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It is a truth universally acknowledged that a man in possession of a good relationship must be in want of screwing it up royally. Whether it is because men simply do not know when to keep their mouths shut or due to an unhealthy obsession with his own genitalia, men are by far the weaker sex. And don't we just know it? We're not talking about the scumbags, the sleazebags, the bullies or the drunks. They don't deserve their own story. We're talking about the man fully committed to his wife or girlfriend, the woman he puts first, the person who, despite his best efforts, will be annoyed with him at least twice a week. Forever.

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BN ID: 2940157741143
Publisher: TWB Press
Publication date: 02/07/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 298
File size: 453 KB

About the Author

Craig Jones has held a wide range of jobs, from tennis coach to gym manager to health service worker. He refuses to admit he’s getting older, so please don't tell him, or anyone else. He’s had five novels and a bunch of short stories published in the horror genre, but his latest novel falls on the other side of the spectrum, comedy. He lives in beautiful west Wales with his wife Claire, son Shane and a crazy ginger cat, Wookie.

Siôn James: Out the dying embers of a power-pop musical career that found Siôn local celebratory status as part of the best unsigned band to have hailed from the village in which he hails, Siôn took to the written word rather than the lyrical to tell of tales less than ordinary and akin to American Pie meets Bridget Jones. Now a Husband and Father of two, Siôn regales with happenings of floundering nostalgia by way of offering an apology through humour to those who just happened to be in the wrong place, at the wrong time with the wrong person – that being Siôn himself.

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