With a thunderstorm replacing the forecasted warm sunshine, Travis’s day started badly. He hoped a trip to Blackpool, with his friend Dave, would lift his spirits.
He would be wrong.
After encountering ‘Uncle Fester’, a naked gardener wielding a rake, and an incontinent dog, he should have turned the car around and gone home. Instead, Dave suggests a visit to the pub, where teetotaller Travis discovers a taste for alcohol.
If the opposite of serendipity existed, this would be it.
An hour later, someone calls Dave an ambulance.
Things go downhill from there.
Subsequently arrested for breaking and entering whilst wearing gorilla suits (and who knew that would be illegal), they have to convince the police they have been witness to the murder of a beautiful woman. Or have they? Or could it be, like the police suggest, a bad case of Beer Goggles?
Beer Goggles is an epic (hangover) tale of (half)wit(s) and (dutch) courage, where, thanks to the delights of alcohol, nothing is quite what it appears and where the wrong decision could cost Travis and Dave their lives.
If you like a good romp as much as you love a good yarn, Beer Goggles should be your tipple of choice.
I’m an Englishman and aged 46. I have a partner Claire and two step-children George and Sarah.
I begain writing many years ago during a period of unemployment in order to make myself laugh. Fortunately, It appears my writing has the ability to make other people laugh too…
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