What happens when the person you want to spend the rest of your life with, doesn’t want you?
Andrew McCarthy thought he found his other half. His other half didn’t agree, and since their break up he’s been wasting away in his Atlanta apartment reliving the past. That stops the day his best friend, Donald, browbeats him into being a groomsman at a wedding.
The day is filled with events, both sad and fun, which make Andrew think about what it means to have family; to find love and to lose love. He’s forced to confront what it means to look for and find someone who fits him, like a missing rib.
Missing Rib has a 4.5 out of 5 star rating on Amazon.
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About the Author
Alex Clermont is a creative writer, and full-time copywriter, born and raised in New York City where he received his BA in English creative writing from Hunter College. Alex has been a contributing writer to Beyond Race Magazine, Turntable Magazine and several other publications covering and interviewing independent artists and musicians. Alex's fiction has appeared in the anthologies The Bodega Monthly and Every Second Sunday—a collection by authors from around the world. He has been also appeared in the online literary journal Foliate Oak as well several other print and online publications. He’s the author of the independently published, Eating Kimchi and Nodding Politely. He is has also self-published a short story titled, "Missing Rib,” which features a 4.5 star rating on Amazon.