Frustrated with his job and still haunted by the ghosts of his divorce, Greg is desperate for something new. He and his pals Dan and Walt hope the new startup they're scheming over happy hour pitchers of beer will be their ticket out of the 9-5 rut.
As he fights through crowded Los Angeles freeways and frantically looks for golf deals online, Greg also strives to connect with his sons while fending off the ex-wife—and at the end of the day, just try to make a few putts.
Author Philip Wyeth, whose other novels focus on science fiction and politics, embraces a new challenge with Chasing the Best Days. The story is darkly comical but always searching, and ultimately paints a sympathetic portrait of one modern American man struggling to keep himself together while making ends meet. (39,500 words.)
Originally from Northern Virginia, Philip Wyeth has lived in the Los Angeles area for many years. He’s an entrepreneur, musician, film aficionado, hockey fan, and enjoys playing tennis and golf.
Inspired by such unique writers as Heinrich von Kleist, Ambrose Bierce, Joseph Conrad, and Len Deighton, Wyeth's imaginative novels will resonate with fans of Philip K. Dick, Rich Larson, Michel Houellebecq, and Neal Stephenson.
Also a lifelong fan of heavy metal music and its many sub-genres, Wyeth strives to infuse his writing with comparable levels of intensity, independence, and larger-than-life visions.
His website is www.philipwyeth.com, and you can follow him across the social media landscape under the following handles:
@PhilipWyeth: Twitter, BitChute, Gab, and Minds.
@PhilipWyethWriter: Instagram and Facebook.