Keys To The Truculent Me contains 50 odd (as in “off-kilter,” not “he lost count after 50”) essays in which author John Branning dissects the most mundane of topics (among them: cats, toilet paper, the Kardashians) and finds something objectionable about nearly all. He himself is not above criticism, documenting it in this collection with scrupulous accuracy before eviscerating whomever launched the unjustified attack. Often petulant, frequently irritated, occasionally profane — but always funny — whether you share John’s viewpoints or not, […]
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Anne Bardsley‘s newly released Angel Bumps: Hello From Heaven features a collection of heartwarming essays that “will console anyone who is grieving the loss of a loved one.” Published by Mills Park Publishing, the book features a number of pieces from EBWW attendees. It soared to the top as one of Amazon’s “hot new releases” in religious essays. Read a sample essay here. […]
Life offers plenty of rewards, adventures and opportunities. It also presents us with setbacks and challenges. Eventually, we all must come to terms with loss. In a new edition of her acclaimed book, If I Could Mend Your Heart (Shorehouse Books, 2017), St. Paul author and retired pediatric hospital chaplain Mary Farr walks readers through sorrow and back to a path toward whole-hearted living. This is her fifth inspirational book. […]
After his doctor makes a typo in his medical record, Mike Moskowitz almost loses his life in a most hilarious way. In the newly published The Moskowitz Code, comedic author Joel Bresler captures the essence of Jewish humor in the personalities of his characters. Bresler, whose writing style has been described as “literary silliness,” is the author of two other humorous books. […]
In a newly published book, Get 10,000+ Twitter Followers Easily, Quickly and Ethically, Cathy Turney offers a step-by-step guide for building a Twitter audience. “With a disarming sense of humor” and helpful illustrations, Turney shows even the most nervous technophobe how to grow a flock of followers. […]