Everyone hates to wait and wait and wait. We wait at the laundromat, we wait for the Doctor, Dentist, and x-rays, and we wait at the airport, bus stop, and the taxi to arrive. We wait between classes, in traffic when the road is blocked, for car repair, and on Black Friday we wait to get the best shopping sale and discount possible. Every day, we will be forced to wait in a chair, on a bench, in a waiting area, often for much longer than we had planned for.
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This series has been written for those waits. Almost everyone now carries a smartphone, tablet, or laptop everywhere daily. By turning that device on, we can escape the “prison of boredom” by speeding up “seemingly endless minutes.” Too often we do not know when the wait will be over or delayed even longer which increases our tension, heightens our boredom, and makes us mad as hell.
These stories are intentionally very short and easy to read. This Series has 51 short stories, all written for your electronic device and to make any wait, just a little more tolerable. The stories focus on encounters between humans and Mother Nature’s animals and insects, events, and disasters.
These events happen daily and are often crushing to experience. The stories focus on those minor and major collisions we have with hummingbirds, wasps, mice, fly’s, creepy crawlers on us while we sleep, eat, or work. These collisions include bees, lawnmowers, snakes, toads, spiders and birdhouses, and unique collisions with ants, microwaves, bears, dogs, cats, and birds, and there are too many more to be mentioned here.
The stories are funny, serious, and intentionally educational for every reader. These short reads will entertain you while you wait anywhere, anytime, between classes, field events, or resting in bed at the end of a busy day.