The Book of Awful

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Wouldn't it be nice if we all held hands and pooped rainbows? Sure, but until that moment what's the REAL way for people to get happy? Avoiding catastrophe. This parody of the bestselling "The Book of Awesome" takes readers on a journey of reluctant self-discovery, to help them realize how much worse life could really be. It's feeling grateful for what isn't, in a very awkward way. More

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Words: 27,980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458081858
About Romi Moondi

[The author is guessing you don't care about where she went to school and her favourite colour and blah, blah, so below is a brief summary of writer pursuits, followed by the fun part: ways to interact and find out more about the author on an everyday basis!]

Romi Moondi is a Canadian writer who converted her blog "Year of the Chick" into novel form, and followed that with two more books in the series (and a prequel short story!). The most recent of these novels takes place in Paris, where she lived for six months in 2013 (after trading in her corporate job for an inspiration-seeking mission).

The books can be described as edgy romantic comedies, where happy endings are not a guarantee, and where less-than-glamourous moments are in good supply.

Romi also writes screenplays, and her screenplay "Best Before" made it to the semi-finals or better in eight international screenplay competitions in 2011. She's currently working on a brand new script that she's hoping to sell to those Hollywood types.

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Review by: Sherrie McCarthy on Oct. 08, 2011 :
You know a book is going to be awesome when the author has you laughing the first line into the dedications. I downloaded the book after reading her awkward memoirs and it converted me to a full fledged fan. I cant wait for her first novel to finally be released.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Diane on Sep. 07, 2011 :
I loved this book! It made me laugh many times with its irreverent, down-to-earth humor. I read the Book of Awesome as well, but this one wins, hands down. Thanks for brightening my day.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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