It was fun to listen to, and I appreciated bringing in the character Randy Briggs as that broke things up, but these stories are becoming so formulaic, so repetitive (granny at the viewings, Lula at the cluck in a bucket, ranger naked in a bed, Joe continuing to be the guy who doesn't seem to care that his girlfriend has another love interest, an evil bad guy that ends up almost taking Stephanie out, etc... the pace and predicaments plugged into each section of the book showed up like clock-work, it's hard not to anticipate exactly what is going to happen next. Another-words, I'm getting bored and may not get the next one... but then again, I may.
I appreciated the little changes, the new attitude for the mother, in re: a household chore. The travel to Atlantic City and New York was also good.
Author spends too much time waxing poetically about verbs. Not my cup of tea. But if you're a word lover - a trivia maven - a lover of metaphor and quotes, then you might really like this book.
WOW - What can I say?
Well, this book really inspired me. Lots' of tips about doing garage sales I had never thought of. Really got me off my lazy bones, as I started with the 2-box process and scheduled my event.
Simple, clever, awesome.
Anyone wanting a successful Garage or Yard sale must read this book.
Hint: I listened to the audio version. Great in that format as well.
Tips on sorting.
Garage Sale Wars
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