Life Isn't Just Passing Me by: It's Running Me Over
A down-in-the-trenches, hilarious send-up of everyday events that most people rarely take the time to notice. Life is hard, but funny, too, and even at its most painful, life has to be laughed at, lest the spirit suffer in silent agony. This book tells it like it is, while illuminating current events with a glow that stems from Kismoky's wonderfully unique prospective. Much in the line of Fanny Flagg and Joan Rivers, Kismoky has brought forth a side-splitting look at the raw side of everyday existance, and a kind--yet stern--reminder to lighten up whenever possible.
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