“Well, Sharon, I called you this Saturday night to declare that I am giving up. I’ll just wait until I can buy myself a trophy wife.”
Nathan Wolff is a writer/editor living in Ramat Beit Shemesh with his wife and children. In his debut novel, Outdated, he created a realistic fictional story in which he explains the Torah outlook on marriage and relationships. You can find out more at: www.nathanwolff.com.
Recent articles by Nathan Wolff
“I see. I’m sorry. Is it hard for you to hear she’s getting married?”
Nati eyed Joe with a puzzled face. “Get back?”
Outdated, a Novel Excerpt by Nathan Wolff Chapter One: Joe When Joe Charnoff turned the corner onto his block, he breathed a deep sigh of relief. Through the orange streetlights he could see his apartment—or at least the Gruberman’s two-story box of a house whose basement he rented—and was eagerly anticipating the moment he […]
With a new page Is a new sage born, The worn ways of the old Paved over for a greater pasture How much faster we forget Everything that enables us to get To where we can begin anew; Where the blues are now behind us Where we always seem to find ourselves In a new […]