It’s been months since I have offered a Friday Finds blog. Initially, this section of this web site was designed to offer resources to the baby boomer audience. Today, I want to do something slightly different. Repeatedly, I search for articles or material on relationships. How to improve those relationships. How to make your life better with deeper relationships. How to evaluate and redesign your life. Today, I want to offer one new suggestion. I want to recommend the latest book from my favorite writer, Joseph Hullett. This is a writer who has written novels, plays, screenplays, and numerous short stories. He has won more awards that I can name, but you can find that information on his page on Amazon. He has also had his plays produced from New York to Los Angeles. I have seen them and enjoyed them. Today I want to promote his new book, WayFinder, which is a collection of short stories. But short stories from Joseph Hullett offer far more than an interesting tale; they offer keen insights into human behavior and the vagaries of our relationships. Whenever I read one of his stories, I always feel enriched with a better understanding of the human soul. So, as we head into summer, if anyone needs a really good read, please consider Wayfinder. You will have found a great writer and an outstanding series of stories.