Uncredible Thoughts: Essays, Spiels, and Poppycock (Hardcover)
From the mind of author John Marszalkowski comes nonsense and foolishness at its very finest. Polished and primed, poppycock and spiels come from a wide variety of one-sided arguments, essays, and micro-stories. Everyone can relate to the topics of these hilarious rants—ranging from naps and being fat to assimilation and feminism. Whether you're looking for a good laugh or a quick read, this is just right for those of you with a short attention span and a little snarky wit. This compilation of stories is incredible—or uncredible—you decide.
About the Author
Is John Marszalkowski an author whose writings are entertaining and captivating? His mother says "YES," and why would she lie to you? He is a winner of no awards and also quite possibly a burden to society, but he intends to improve himself somehow by writing books. He lives in Milwaukee with his wife and two daughters, but he'd love any excuse to get on a train and visit someplace else.
"He rants about his life and opinions (even if he is not credible on every topic) in the informal-essay format that is just as cohesive and self-assured as his previous books."
- Emily Blakowski, Book Reviews by A Person Who Reads Everything
"There were so many times I would laugh out loud (okay, more like a nose-snort but hey, it was genuine)."
- Miranda Reads, rated #1 for best reviewer on Goodreads.com
"I couldn't put it down, and several times I read the same passage repeatedly. I laughed out loud and nodded a great deal."
- Amy Shannon, Amy's Bookshelf Reviews
"It's familiar, caring, comforting, informative, fun, and casual."
- Christy Hall Watson, Author of Martha Dreams of Dinosaurs