The Power of Wrecking Balls

December 4, 2017

Review of WRECKING BALLS by Joe Giambrone

by Tnae Wilcox       Reviewer Rating: 4 Stars      

Wrecking Balls holds nothing back as it affirms that the life of a comedian is all material; every heartache, every embarrassing detail, and raw wound becomes a topic with a punchline for the stage. Joe Giambrone has crafted a compelling read that’s better than being seated at a live show. Of course, the best comedians make sure their jokes have context, but this book is a deeper look behind the stories these characters told onstage.

The Power of People

by Renee Miller            

Listen, writing is a lonely endeavour. Just you and that blank page until one of you blinks. I get it. However, selling books isn’t a one-man/woman job. You need people to help get your book in readers’ hands. What people? Your people.


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THE UNRAVELING OF BRENDAN MEEKS is a first-person glimpse into the mind of a young man with schizophrenia as he deals with tragic loss. The result is a unique and unforgettable mystery clouded with hallucinations and fraught by paranoia.

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