Book: Bram & Fitz Turn 70 by Ryan David Fostercategories: Book, Irish, Comedy, Relationships, Animals, Fiction, Marriage, Funny, Fitz, Family, Bram, Money, Humor
Ryan David Fosterabout this book: Patrick Coogan is almost 30 and he couldn't be unhappier. He has a gorgeous wife who is attentive in all the wrong ways, a failing career at a local newspaper, and each day is worse than the one before it. But when his rich Irish uncles offer him the opportunity of a lifetime (to be rich!), Patrick is forced to make a difficult decision: leave his wife and embark on a new adventure in Ireland leading to riches and happiness, or risk it all by standing by her. In this hilarious tale of human relationships and absurd conflict, prepare to laugh every step of the way...
This book is really about human connection and how the choices we make to connect or disconnect from others affects our own happiness. With that said, Bram&FitzTurn70 is a fast-paced comedy that explores the inanities of several different characters as they compete for power, attention and, well... love.
Ryan David Foster is a graduate of Seattle University in Seattle, WA where he earned his B.A. English/Creative Writing.
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