Have you got something to complain about? Have you been shortchanged? Have you complained but got ten nothing but hollow apologies? Are you due compensation? Then this book could help. Instead of writing letters using red pen and block capitals, underlining every other word, swearing at inappropriate places and writing key words twice as big, follow the I Want to Complain philosophy and make your letters entertaining; make the person dealing with your complaint want to help you instead of shoving your letter under the pile of others he or she has to deal with that day and getting to it "later."
We all face many types of daily stress, anxieties, and related conditions such as insomnia and headaches. Left unmanaged and untreated, stress can lead to strokes, high blood pressure, depression, diabetes, and cardiovascular problems
When Keith Knight sets out one morning to buy a tin of custard from his local shop, he didn't bank on falling through the fabric between his world and a land of fantasy. Mistaken as the "Knight" from afar who, it is said, will lift the Mushroom King's curse on the land, he must face dragons, avoid swamp donkeys and negotiate the "forest of certain death" to seek out the elusive and dangerous Baba Yaga in order to complete her three impossible tasks if he has any hope of reaching the Wishing Tree and returning home.
Did Francis Jeffers ever keep you awake at night? Did you slap yourself in the face each time you witnessed an Eric Djemba-Djemba attack-splitting pass? Did Titus Bramble cause you to eat your match program in frustration? Then this is the book you've been waiting for.
What if the girl of your dreams turned out to literally be, a girl in your dreams? For Sam, meeting Susi in the same pub every night when he closed his eyes was exciting until he started to realize that this dream world, this half-light, offered more than his real life did. But now, in this place between reality and dreams, this place that is nowhere and everywhere, Susi has started to change; she is becoming confused and distant. Sam begins to realize that there must be a link between this world and reality, that something is drawing him to Susi each night.
Did Wayne Fereday ruin your life? Was Silvio Maric directly responsible for your high dentist bills due to the constant gnashing and grinding of your molars? Did Billy Askew's hair give you nightmares, or did the merest mention of Alain Boumsong's name have the same effect as the aftermath of a Vindaloo? Then this is the book you've been waiting for.