A hilarious argument in favor of taking life a smidge less seriously
Popular humor writer Anna Lind Thomas had an epiphany after her essay about a humiliating fart went mega-viral: Everything’s funny . . .eventually. You’ll cry-laugh your way through the many grave offenses she’s endured, likenot getting credit for Lady Gaga’s career,an epic financial crisis,and exercising while her children dole out biting critiques about her dimpled thighs.
Anna’s wit, charm, and painful relatability will encourage you to remember that your most humiliating moment may be the best thing to ever happen to you—or at the very least, it’ll make for a really good story.
“A hilarious, heartwarming trip.”
—Bunmi Laditan, bestselling author of Confessions of a Domestic Failure and humorist behind The Honest Toddler
“I couldn’t put this down.”
—Tiffany Jenkins, bestselling author of High Achiever and humorist behind Juggling the Jenkins
“Deep, bowel-loosening laughs, along with a side dish of humanity and understanding.”
—Johanna Stein, author of How Not to Calm a Child on a Plane and award-winning television writer and producer
“Full of humor and heart.”
—Cindy Chupack, New York Times bestselling author and Emmy-winning writer/producer of Sex and the City, Modern Family, Otherhood, and more