Let’s face it, times are tough and the COVID-19 virus has us all a little rattled.
Folks all over the world are sheltering in place, our healthcare workers and first responders are overburdened, and the financial markets are plummeting. And worst of all, bookstores, restaurants, borders, and libraries are all closed.
But we still believe that a little bit of laughter can help ease the fear and uncertainty we’re all wrestling with these days.
In that spirit, Bywater Books has teamed up with A&M Books and American treasure, Fay Jacobs to bring you a lagniappe that we hope will brighten your days and nights of social distancing.
Just click on the ADD TO CART button above, fill out the required information, and then download your FREE zip file that contains both the .mobi & .ePub versions of Fay Jacobs’ comic collection, Tails from the House of Windsor.
Funny lady Fay Jacobs has cherry-picked this collection from her five popular essay books and offered up these dog stories to amuse you when you need it most—after all, “Nothing is so bad if it’s worth the story you can tell!”
Check it out and see why Fay Jacobs is a beloved columnist, award-winning humorist, and everyone’s favorite sit-down comic.
For more of Fay’s rollicking adventures check out her entire Frying Series: As I Lay Frying, Fried & True, For Frying Out Loud, Time Fries and the latest, Fried & Convicted, all available in paperback and eBooks right here at Bywater Books.
FAY JACOBS is a native New Yorker, spent 30 years in the Washington, DC area working in journalism, theater, and public relations. She has contributed feature stories and columns to such publications as The Advocate, OutTraveler, The Washington Post, The Washington Blade, The Wilmington News Journal, Delaware Beach Life and more. Fay has taught memoir and comedy writing, judged for the Lambda Literary Awards and has a new career, in what she calls “sit-down comedy.” An author of five award-winning story collections, she lives in Rehoboth Beach with her wife Bonnie, and their Schnauzer Windsor.
To learn more about Fay Jacobs, please visit her website.