Lakewood, CO, March 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Author Matthew Benoit has written the ultimate humorous novel for relationships in this the decade of abstinence. His book is published by Llumina Press.
Mr. Benoit has unified the male sentiment regarding women and relationships in this current age of abstinence. His main character the Don of Time’s relationship with the beautiful, vivacious, Candy Stripper takes the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride full of highs, lows, twists, turns, but most of all humor. Everything you could ever expect from a relationship and more…
Some of Don’s notable reflections on women:
"Thinking has never resulted in any breakthrough whenever men try to deal with women. Men think logically in linear, well-defined terms. Women, on the other hand, think in concentric circles. Like a stone dropped on a calm pond, the ripples continue outward but never reach an end. A woman's thoughts appear to make sense at the first ripple, but as the ripple progresses on its never ending journey, the thoughts become increasingly incoherent. I can only guess at the hazards involved if a woman were to think of more than one thought at a time. It would be nothing more than a chaotic mess of ripples intersecting, mixing, and diluting all rational thought to hell."
“I've always tried to relate to women on an emotional level. Relating to women emotionally is like trying to swim the 100 meter butterfly in a pool filled with solidified Jell-O. Sure, it's easy to make an impression, but try to get anywhere."
The book is titled “Whackers” and is available at www.llumina.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com to name a few on-line outlets.
Emerging from the womb wearing nothing but a pair of black frame, coke bottle lens glasses, Matthew Benoit's destiny was certain to be in the rigid field of engineering. Three published poems and thirty-five years later he at last throws off the right-handed engineering yoke and tries his left hand at a novel, Whackers. Matt currently resides in Colorado with his wife, Yvonne and his two French cats. He is presently in his seventh year of contract engineering work and twentieth year of writing.