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Not Everything I Say is Nonsense
by Tara Jenkins   

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Humor

Publisher:  Tara Jenkins Type: 
Pages: 

120

Copyright:  2009
Non-Fiction

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This book encompasses the roller coaster that my life has been so far. Pageants, karate, ghosts, a stalker, klutziness and much much more!

This book is is fun, funny, sometimes serious--but only for a second, and truly represents many of the chapters from my life thus far. There are lessons I've learned along the way that I share with the reader--that they get to absorb without experiencing the craziness I went through to find it!

Chapter titles include "Applause to Manhattan," "Beauty and the Bastard," "Klutz" and more. I hope you'll read it--and learn that not everything I say is total total nonsense!

Excerpt
A great friend, Christian Grunkemeyer, once made a statement so profound that it changed the way I see life. This is not my story directly, however, as he said this great thing to my boyfriend, Ryan Schile, who was depressed one evening and asked, “What's it all about?” Chris said, “Life's about the stories you can tell.” He was absolutely right. In the end, when you're in the nursing home and stealing people's TV clickers and left slippers to hoard them in your closet (my great grandmother was awesome), the stories you can tell are what make your life your life (though my great grandmother also told me she was a Native American Indian Princess, which I later learned she was most definitely not. I don't suppose anyone said they all had to be true stories...).


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