4 edition of Brief History of Oversharing found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
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The publisher of this book provided free copies of the book to have their book reviewed by a professional reviewer. The adults mourned the brittle snapping of the walls with tears, while the children obnoxiously cheered the revving of tractors and the giant plume of dust.
One guest who's always been very generous is Mrs. Watermelon there was, Real Rating: 3. To provide a Brief History of Oversharing for the book, I'll give some examples of Shawn's anecdotes.
and laugh out loud funny anecdotes, I found A Brief History of Oversharing to be wonderfully entertaining. William Haseltine is an American scientist, educator, entrepreneur, author and philanthropist.
This book is full of humor and heart. Ahhh, the metabolism of youth. To end the book, Shawn writes, "To the friends, acquaintances, drag queens, relatives, and nemeses, or any combination of those five whose narratives have entangled with mine, thank you.
Blunt, awkward, emotional, ribald, this anthology of humiliation culminates in a greater understanding of love, work, and family. you owe me a bottle of wine. The runway stances highlight the natural beauty marks that decorate my body. Then the fiery redhead professes his love for actress Brief History of Oversharing Long, declares his hatred of musical theatre, and recounts a summer spent in Provincetown working as a drag queen. Additional characters in the story include a police officer who loves his po-boys too much; Rufus's girlfriend, who thinks she's scored a real catch; Maggie's cousin Leah, who runs a bake shop; Pelican residents who knew the victim; and more.
It was over too fast for me. It was over too fast for me. Shawn grew up gay in a tiny rural enclave during the 1980s and 90s -between the time of the AIDS epidemic and the expansion of gay rights. Molly knows she's socially awkward, makes etiquette mistakes, misreads body language, and says the wrong thing at the wrong time. Dear younger me, Always remember this. Dear younger me, Bragging that you went to Yearbook Camp where you met other yearbook editors from across Ontario and made a yearbook about your time at Yearbook Camp is not a high-level status card.
Molly is emotionally bereft and financially strained, because Gran's nest egg was stolen by 'a bad egg' Molly dated.