First, a huge thank-you to Sarah Kean and a nameless “Amazon Reviewer” for posting two more spectacular reviews of Fightball: Dying of Suck!
“Sharply observed and hilariously funny stories of family life.”
“Kris captivated and amused me … with hilarious recollections of the (not-so?) typical interactions between herself, her husband, and her daughters … this book did not disappoint.”
And then gather your words to leave a review yourself … I’m trying to get to 50 reviews.
50 means I NEED YOU.
Yes … YOU.
Second, I am thrilled to announce that I have been interviewed by Rodney Lacroix, the world-famous author of three collections of bizarre and inappropriate humor:
Things Go Wrong for Me (when life hands you lemons, add vodka)
Perhaps I’ve Said too Much (a great big book of messing with people)
and … his most recent:
Romantic as Hell (a guide for the romantically challenged)
I am so pleased Rod agreed to interview me, and the interview itself is awesome.
GO READ THE INTERVIEW!
What’s in it for you, you ask?
And for those of you curious about when I’ll return to offering posts here that aren’t about marketing and publicity, see my earlier statement that I am trying to get to 50 Amazon reviews.
Yes … you.
I need you.
12 thoughts on “Midget Man of Steel”
I love you to the ends of the Universe.
You’re fantastic. I’m trying to get the word out for you !!!
I like you quite a bit as well, Amy.
Make a note!
BTW…I never got to read the very first book.
But I’m not bitter.
Wait. Why not?
Why have I not read this very first book or why am I not bitter? Much…
Stories that start with “much” are generally good stories …
I’m so tickled my kid got a shout out.
So was she.
And I read the interview. Way awesome!
First? I’m so pleased. Tell her thank you again from me.
Second? Thank YOU.
Namelessness fixed, ipad glitch when I posted the review. :-)
YAY! I shall thank you properly in my next post.
A less proper bit of gratitude now: Thank you, Tish!
“I have always had a weakness for dysfunctional funny.” I think you just summed up my whole life in one sentence.
I have decided I’m going to clone you and make you teeny-tiny. I shall carry you around in my pocket so when people talk to me, I can take you out and say, “Here! You. Please, please do the making of the words!”
You make me laugh.
Thinking you have a bit of dysfunctional funny yourself, lady.
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