Yes, yes, in this economy, it certainly is tempting to save your money for important purchases like groceries and toilet paper. But where’s the fun in that?
Check out these non-Pulitzer Prize winning books I wrote.
FUNNY BOOKS! WITH PAGES AND EVERYTHING!
In 1985, Ali’s grandmother gave her a handwritten book. But Ali didn’t want a book. Ali was a busy New York City teenager. She wanted a career. And a boyfriend. And a puppy. So, Ali didn’t read her grandmother’s book. Twenty-eight years later, Ali was a happy New York City grown-up. With a cool career. A cool husband. And a cool puppy. But now her grandmother was dead. And Ali still hadn’t read that book. One year later, Ali was a cranky New York City grown-up. So, Ali, and that husband, and that puppy moved. To a new state. To start a new life. And still, Ali hadn’t read that book. But Ali’s new life made her miss her old life. And soon Ali found herself smack in the middle of a midlife crisis. She needed help figuring out who she was. And how she wanted her life to be… So, Ali finally cracked open her grandmother’s book. THIS BOOK IS ABOUT THAT BOOK. 29 years and 1069.3 miles. That’s what it took for a grandparent’s history to become a grandchild’s story. An interactive testament to the power of the handwritten word in the digital age. A comically illustrated tribute to a long gone grandmother by a shortsighted granddaughter.