“Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent” recounts the hilarious (and historically-set) misadventures of Sherwood, a recruit in H. Majesty’s army; and Penelope, his bit-of-all-right back home. Through their letters they share incidents and events, and discuss their relationship, which looks good on paper, but…
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Joel Bresler was born and spent most of his life to date in and around Cleveland, Ohio. After earning a degree from Skidmore College, he worked briefly in social services before entering into a niche field of business consulting. His first published work, “Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent”, established him as a humor writer with a unique voice. “Letters” was quickly followed up by “Sunderwynde Revisited”, Sunderwynde Revisited, Again” and the newly-released “The Moskowitz Code”. In the tradition of such heavyweights as P.G. Wodehouse, Evelyn Waugh and Douglas Adams, Bresler holds his own writing to a very high comedic standard. Which is not to imply that he is above throwing in any moderately-interesting pun that might find its way from pen to paper. He can lately be found deep in the desert Southwest, dodging snakes and cactus spines and “dry” heat.