I have an essay in this book, in case you haven’t yet heard even though I have inundated you via social media and my blog. My essay is one of two essays in the book with an inappropriate title. Had I known for sure that it would get published, I may have thought of a more family friendly title. Kind of like the Goo Goo Dolls sentiment on becoming famous; if they had known they would become famous rock stars they would’ve chosen a much cooler and less emasculating name than Goo Goo Dolls.
One of my friends told me that she knew exactly which essay was mine by scrolling through the table of contents and finding the one with the bad word. Of course she was too polite to tell me that she knew it was my essay based on the bad word, but I knew that was why. I’m not sure it’s very good being so recognizable by my family and friends based on my vulgarity, but I suppose it is better than being known for something like perpetual bad hair day or horrendous halitosis.
Anyway, the other day I was sitting in this very long line, maybe 12 cars long, at the McDonald’s drive-through because I absolutely had to have a cheeseburger, plain, and fries. I grabbed my copy of It’s Really 10 Months Special Delivery that I drive around with and began to read it from the beginning. By the time I got to the order machine, I had read five essays and laughed out loud a dozen times. The stories in this book are really funny. I promise.
So if you would like a copy of the book, hit the image at the top of the page and order at amazon.
If you would like to buy a personalized signed copy, send me an email at email@example.com and I will set you up.
Or if you are in the area this Friday, September 11th from 6:30 to 8 I will be at Face In A Book signing some books. Come visit me.
Until next time, the mothership is signing off.