Turn Up the Heat, Im Thinking! Christopher Scheno

ISBN: 9781618635488

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Turn Up the Heat, Im Thinking!  by  Christopher Scheno

Turn Up the Heat, Im Thinking! by Christopher Scheno
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Christopher David Schenos TURN UP THE HEAT, IM THINKING! is a collection of eight humorous, offbeat stories of varying lengths with one goal: laughter. Replete with slapstick, satire, parody, hyperbole, and enough one-liners to stock a pantry,MoreChristopher David Schenos TURN UP THE HEAT, IM THINKING! is a collection of eight humorous, offbeat stories of varying lengths with one goal: laughter. Replete with slapstick, satire, parody, hyperbole, and enough one-liners to stock a pantry, these stories hit their mark--our funny bone.

Commencement Oratory gives college graduates some enterprising, albeit irreverent, career advice while limning the nettlesome vagaries of real life. George Washington and the Frisbee, features our nations Founding Father, assisted by a patriotic but scatter-brained aide-de-camp, trying in vain to stave off insurrection during a relentless winter at Valley Forge in 1777.

The title story takes some Californian-university grant givers to task, while offering fanciful accounts of the Ages of Discovery, Enlightenment and...Blind Luck. Keeping Up With My Joneses tracks a day-in-the-eccentric-life of a capricious New Yorker who juggles girlfriends, predicaments and a bizarre assortment of props as he bungles his way from Central Park to Greenwich Village. Inspired by the recent slew of reality commercials, SUV Drivers, Uncensored captures the real time experiences of a hodgepodge of drivers ranging from the famous to the ignominious to the Commander-in-Chief himself, some in transit, some fully stopped, and one couple...absolutely stumped.

And, in the collections grand finale, a move from sunny Arizona to snowy Minnesota damm near buries a courageous simpleton in Winter Journal. So kick off your shoes, melt into your recliner, and prepare for some comic therapy, designed to delight your funny bone and tickle other sundry anatomies.

Unlike a weary curmudgeon looking for a quiet corner in Times Square on New Years Eve, you wont be disappointed.



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