Synopses & Reviews
Adam Chester is the son of a very loving mom, who for almost 30 years has peppered his life with unsolicited advice, news updates, and opinions in the form of thousands of inappropriate, embarrassing, and utterly crazy letters. S'Mother is a hilarious memoir based on this correspondence showing the pathological extremes maternal instincts can take. Why is a grown woman so frantic that her adult son screw on his windows to keep out killer bees? And are adult trick-or-treaters really that much of a threat? Adam saved his mom's letters as proof this all happened and reproduces many of them in the book. And now, with time, perspective, and plenty of therapy, he acknowledges and accepts the comedy of it all and is proud to share his story with you, if for no other reason than to make you feel better about your own mother.
Part voyeuristic entertainment, part group therapy, Passive Aggressive Notes
offers a fascinating look at the all-too-familiar frustrations of embattled office drones, apartment dwellers, parents, and pet owners everywhere.
This curated collection combines dozens of outrageous, never-before-seen notes as well as favorites from Passiveaggressivenotes.com a 2008 Webby Award Winner and the official "Best Blog" of the South by Southwest Interactive festival.
Tinder Nightmares is a hilarious look at some of the most epic fails of the often racy, always ridiculous, andldquo;romanticandrdquo; exchanges on Tinder. The Instagram account of the same name has skyrocketed to popularity for its captivatingandmdash;and sometimes titillatingandmdash;ability to capture the real-life conversations between people who are looking to connect with that special someone. Tinder Nightmares is organized by theme, with chapters such as Bad English, Broetry, Strange Requests, Sneak Attacks, and more. This book explores everything from pickup lines to breakups, and all the moments that come in between. Itandrsquo;s the perfect gift for anyone who has ever suffered through online dating.
About the Author
Kerry Miller lives in Brooklyn, New York, with three roommates. She dreams of one day being able to afford an automatic dishwasher.