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Christopher Tremblay’s New Book ‘So You Wonder Why I Had a Bad Day’ is a Riveting Narrative That Shares the Everyday Struggles of Retail Employees With Arduous Customers

Recent release 'So You Wonder Why I Had a Bad Day' from Newman Springs Publishing author Christopher Tremblay is a gripping compendium of stories about retail employees dealing with exacting customers.



WOONSOCKET, R.I. – December 4, 2020 – (Newswire.com)

​Christopher Tremblay, a writer for ‘Local Town Pages’, has completed his new book “So You Wonder Why I Had a Bad Day”: an evoking collection of true-to-life tales about retail employees facing customers ranging from amicable to abstruse.

Christopher writes, “Every day, thousands of people go to work in some sort of retail establishment—from convenience stores, fast food restaurants, supermarkets, to pharmacies (just to name a few) in either a full or part-time capacity to serve and provide great service to their customers. Once the customer enters the establishment, the customer service dance begins.

Found on the pages within this book are numerous real-life stories of said dances with difficult customers, detailing their head-scratching moves and behaviors that have left employees with their heads spinning and asking themselves what just happened.

Not every customer is a bad dancer. In fact, the majority of them are fantastic! They know when to lead and when to be led. They have great footwork. But there are some dancers who believe that they are the best dancer, and they can do no wrong. They believe that anything they say or do in a retail store or to an employee is right, and employees know this is the furthest thing from the truth. The customer is not always right, and these stories will give you a glimpse into the other side.

I hope these dances make you laugh or possibly give you insight on how to be a better dancer yourself.”

Published by Newman Springs Publishing, Christopher Tremblay’s page-turning opus sheds light on the daily challenges retail employees go through that involves overly entitled and demanding customers.

Readers who wish to experience this noteworthy work can purchase “So You Wonder Why I Had a Bad Day” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Newman Springs Publishing at 732-243-8512.

About Newman Springs Publishing: 

Newman Springs Publishing is a full-service publishing house for serious authors. Each title produced by Newman Springs Publishing undergoes every step of the professional publishing process, including editing, layout, cover design, circulation, distribution, and publicity. All titles are made available in both eBook and print formats. Newman Springs Publishing distributes to tens of thousands of retail outlets throughout North America and internationally. All manuscripts in any genre are welcome to be submitted for review; If the manuscript meets the necessary criteria and is accepted for publication, Newman Springs Publishing will work closely with the author to bring the book to the retail market for a relatively inexpensive initial investment.

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Christopher Tremblay's New Book 'So You Wonder Why I Had a Bad Day' is a Riveting Narrative That Shares the Everyday Struggles of Retail Employees With Arduous Customers

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