Book Review: Hair of the Corn Dog by A. K. Turner

2014-04-10_16-21-14

 

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2014-04-10_16-20-55Title: Hair of the Corn Dog
Genre: Humor
Author: A.K. Turner
Publisher: Fever Streak Press
Pages: 220
Format: Hardcover/Kindle

About the Book: 

In the latest laugh-out-loud confessional from A.K. Turner’s “Tales of Imperfection” series, the author of This Little Piggy Went to the Liquor Store and Mommy Had a Little Flask relates her adventures on the Jersey Shore, at an Idaho drag show with her in-laws, and surviving the perils of an elementary school ice-cream social with equal parts wit and heart. The laughter pairs well with two parts cocktail.

 

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Review:

I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.

A.K. Turner is a great storyteller. She relates stories about her family and life with humor and honesty. This is the third book in the “Tales of Imperfection” series but it’s the first book I’ve read by this author. I plan on going back and reading her other two books in this series because I really enjoyed this one.

I definitely recommend Hair of the Corn Dog to anyone who is looking for a funny, quick read. Just be sure you’re somewhere that you don’t have to be quiet because you may find yourself laughing out loud.

 

About the Author: 

2014-04-10_16-20-14A.K. Turner is the author of This Little Piggy Went to the Liquor Store, Mommy Had a Little Flask, and Hair of the Corn Dog, as well as a co-author of Drinking with Dead Women Writers and Drinking with Dead Drunks. Her work has been featured in various publications and anthologies, including Folio Literary Magazine, Leave the Lipstick, Take the Iguana, and I Just Want to Be Alone. A former writer-in-residence and creator of “The Writers’ Block” on Radio Boise, she lives in Idaho with her exceedingly tolerant husband and two daughters.

 Learn more at AKTurner.com.

 

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