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I Was Naked on the Roof ... But the Cat Was OK!

I Was Naked on the Roof ... But the Cat Was OK!

Steve Scearcy

http:// stevescearcy.com

ROI Publishing

9780998651705 $15.00 amazon.com

Synopsis: I Was Naked On The Roof But The Cat Was OK! introduces us to the strange and funny world of Steve Scearcy. This award winning author experiences the world a bit differently than most and the results are laugh out loud fun. These 50 essays are perfect for that long commute or just giggling in your favorite chair. Steve introduces us to a strange cast of real life characters. His wife Missy may read to you from a children's book about farting dogs. His dog Nelly, who eats crayons and eliminates them as colorful stalagmites, may decorate the yard in your honor. Phantom, the black snake that lives in the basement, may honor you with one of his chaos-inducing appearances. Kitty Kitty Meow Meow, the notorious cat, may try and lure you onto the roof. "I Was Naked On The Roof, But The Cat Was OK" is delightfully funny and at times a touching. The book will brighten any moment and affirm that life is pretty darn sweet.

Critique: I Was Naked on the Roof ... But the Cat Was OK! celebrates the ups and downs of daily living with tongue-in-cheek panache. Author Steve Scearcy writes with wit and charm about a black snake in the basement, a crayon-eating pet dog, the masterful sport of doing nothing, and much more. A whimsical, playful, occasionally ridiculous, and consistently entertaining read from cover to cover, "I Was Naked On The Roof, But The Cat Was OK" is very highly recommended for personal reading lists, and certain to be an enduringly popular addition to community library collections.

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Author:Scearcy, Steve
Publication:Small Press Bookwatch
Article Type:Book review
Date:May 1, 2017
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