Have you ever wondered about those ads on TV for totally quirky items you might never seek out otherwise, but there they are, staring you in the face courtesy of the boob tube? My friend Cory Cline has written about just one such ad. Things do not work out as expected. Ooh, la, la. Read Cory's book As Seen On TV.
Remember. Let the buyer beware.
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Gus Grissom is newly divorced and ready to get into "killer" shape. The high-tech exercise machine he bought from one of those late night commercials promises to help, but Gus will learn what they mean when they say, "buyer beware".
By Mr. Gibbons on November 13, 2015
For fans of Wrath James White, Richard Laymon, ect. Mr. Cline's short story had me laughing, cringing, laughing, and laughing. The main character Gus, is a recently divorced man , who like every divorced man, wants to get back in shape and score with the ladies. Gus has a very special way of scoring, and a very special machine to help him get his figure back. You will like this story. I am looking forward to reading more from this budding author. Funny and sick.
By Brisco County, Jr. on November 15, 2015
Dig up a bar of soap and a bottle of Jack. And not in that order.