Like a casualty of the Salem witch trials, the Sandwich Generation is feeling squeezed to death. C R Yeager skewers a kebab of aggravations in this satirical celebration of mid-life - ranging from childhood legacy to the marital dynamic, fashion victimhood, and the not-so-simple art of living on a slab. Written with a dyslexic's appreciation of the absurd, "Breakfast at Noon" is a cracked valentine to the process of surviving the inevitable.
Cleveland, Ohio native C. R. Yeager has survived the Cuyahoga River fire, Mayor Perk's equally flambic hair, and numerous pro sport mistakes by Lake Erie. His taste for word play and witty observation developed while majoring in English with honors at John Carroll University. Half-British by birth, he tries not to overcommemorate his great-grandparents' publicanism on visits to Shakespeare's hometown, Stratford-Upon-Avon. He and his wife Marsha adopted their daughter Anna from Nanchang, China, where she would like to return one day--- by way of Hawaii.