The wackiest characters this side of Mayberry stumble through misadventures with Southern wit and audacity.
Leonard, Elvis, and Jelly, the main characters, find themselves in one catastrophe after another; a holdup, a pickle eating contest, a giant snake and the capture of a Chinese troll as well as the ordinary problems of life. The stories are told by the Preacher who is the narrator.
"This book is to entertainment what cornbread is to black-eyed peas." Elvis Wilbanks
In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to win your dream job and be the first in line for a promotion.
The short stories in "The Time Merchant Cafe" tell the tales of a select few patrons that visit the cafe and are offered a glimpse into their future. The caveat is that once they view their future, their decisions can now change it. They all take that look. These stories tell how that glimpse changed their lives, favorably or fatally. The Waiter, if you can call him that, at the Time Merchant Cafe delivers a great cup of coffee along with a view into your future; if you accept his disclaimer. The Waiter tells you he can show you a glimpse into your future but warns that once you see your future, it can now change. That change can be by design or accident. The offer sounds too good to be true so why not take a look. What can it hurt? Once you see your future, your time-line is no longer fixed, so the Waiter tells you. What was once going to occur is now subject to change. It can be rewarding or make your life a disaster. Viewing a scene from your future may not be as promising as it sounds. The Waiter literally makes his living on how many years the patrons lose or gain by viewing their future. With all the years the Waiter has gained, he will be operating the cafe for many more years. After reading these six short stories would you take that look into your future, if offered, or would you simply settle for the really good coffee?"
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