The Weekly Man (ISBN: 978-0-9867903-4-8) is a serialized novel designed to fit into your daily coffee break. Of course, there are a few things that just don’t fit into that daily coffee break, especially if you’re one of those lucky people who don’t have to work on weekends. Because…well, the nature of the story is that there are seven characters and each of their stories are told on the same day each week. Jacques and Jackie are Saturday and Sunday, respectively. Maybe with your morning coffee at home or…you could start going to coffee shops on the weekend. I do.

And you really don’t want to miss Jacques weirdness. And Jackie…well, big surprise coming later.

And then there are those stupid transitions. They, unfortunately, will have to be added into the coffee break whenever they crop up. There’re only a few of them though. But I’m not going to be insensitive to your needs on this matter: as soon as I have time, I’ll post a link in the links column to a free online course on speed reading. As soon as I can find one. And if I have time. My intentions on this matter are sincere.

The Weekly Man is copyrighted, but feel free to share, quote and warn your friends. If you quote, I’d appreciate if you would say, “Biff said that.” Your listeners will be confused, but hey, isn’t it kind of cool to confuse people, especially when they barge into your coffee break with stupid questions like, “What’s that your reading?” I mean, they don’t even pronounce “you’re” properly. Quote whatever you’re reading from the blog and say, “Biff said that.” And maybe they’ll go away.

If you have any questions, there’s link somewhere on this blog to the contact page. I’m still in the process of creating the site, so I’m not sure where it is. But I know it’s there. Somewhere.

Happy reading.


BTW, the novel has 7 main characters and their names are very similar. But, before you send me a death threat, I’ve put together a printable list of the characters with just enough info about them to keep you oriented. Click here to download it.