This is the mostly true biography of the web famous The Bloggess. If you love her blog, you will love this book.
The book really seems to be an extension of the blog but she explains a lot more about her history. She is a force to be reckoned with. She can get Nathan Fillion to send her a picture of himself holding a ball of twine and WIl Wheaton coallating paper. She is funny, unbalanced, and in the next breath can pull you back and make a brilliantly caring observation. There were many places in the book where I actually laughed out loud.
The real hero of this story is Victor, her husband. Not because he is an actual hero but more because his wedding vows muct have been along the lines of I will love you even though you set the house on fire, dress up dead animals, and argue with me about everything. I'm pretty sure that the man should be nominated for sainthood.
Then again, probably not.
This is, after all, only one side of the story.
You should buy this book if you like off the wall humor, you like Jenny's blog, you work in HR, live in Texas, or are not easily offended.
You should not read this book if cussing offends you. If dead animals offend you. There are a lot of both.
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