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I held a book signing the day after Valentine's Day. Everybody got mad because now they can't read their ebooks through my signature. Next time bring an erasable marker, because I come with Sharpie.
I intend my books to be mildly ridiculous. They haven't matured with age. When I grow up, I want to be just like you, except for the psychotic neuropathies. You'll notice that cross-promotion is impossible for my three titles dealing with vastly different subject matter. Naturally, the only viable solution is to buy all of them. Any resemblance to people living or dead is entirely coincidental, with the exception of that one person modeled after YOU.
My first book best displays my eccentric silliness in short story form, and the second my various attempts at theater and drama. My newest two books are partly based on the blogs, magazine articles, and interviews I've contributed to "Advance for Nurses", "New Physician", and similar publications about career advancement in the health care system. I'm currently working on two collaborative projects: a helpful guide for prospective nurse anesthetists and a collection of medical satire stories. Check out my latest interviews about writing and medicine, respectively, on "Bruce Hurwitz Presents": http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bhp/2012/12/16/frustrated-authors-melanie-and-nick-angelis and
or my latest research, in case you're in desperate need of continuing education credits:
You can also see me present about that topic this February in Orlando, but I'd recommend visiting Mickey and Minnie instead.
on July 24, 2013 :
You know what's confusing about this book? It's confusing. Do you understand me? No? That's how confusing it is. Inside this book are the gibberish gibberings of completely senseless, meaningful, senseless stories, that aren't stories when you begin but when you end, supposing you start from the end and not the beginning. Oh, someone help me. This book is a must read, if you must read it and not because I say so but because it doesn't say so. The writing is so unclear, it's very clear.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on July 20, 2013 :
The description says it all, humorous ramblings literally at times I got confused from laughter and the ramblings. I would say this is a good read when you need to turn off after a hard day at work or when you need to scratch that urge for ridiculousness.
(reviewed the day of purchase)