Synopses & Reviews
"Men, Women, and Other Mistakes" is an insightful, sometimes cynical, often ironic, but ultimately life-affirming collection of stories and essays.
The tales follow the great American tradition of the short story, with humorous endings and unexpected twists frequently masking the underlying pathos of the human condition.
The author's essays offer critical, perhaps controversial commentary on society's failings, exhorting the reader to rise above petty concerns and look to the future with hope and determination.
Written during a period of deep reflection and growth in the author's life, the tone of the stories progresses as the author looks within his own sarcastic shell and is surprised to discover a true appreciation for the joys and beauty of life.