It's So Hard To Type With A Gun In My Mouth is a collection of essays and short stories from TV writer/playwright, and comedian, Steve Bluestein. If you love to laugh...you will love this book. Here is what one reader had to say: "I actually finished listening to your audiobook a couple of weeks ago and (naively) thought it would be easy to tell you what the experience was like for me."
"This will depress you!!"
More than four million blissfully ignorant American men are thrust into fatherhood every year, yet these men are rarely armed with an honest account of what to expect in the first nine months. This nine-month, non-fiction account details how one man learns to let go of control in the quest for the perfect pregnancy.
"Not for me"
49 1/2 Shades of Blue-stein is a continuation of It's So Hard to Type with a Gun in My Mouth . It's a collection short stories and easies based on the life of comedian/playwright Steve Bluestein.
The Beals live in a upper middle class neighborhood in the mid 1960's. Frank is a jingle writer who is having more than a little trouble coming up with a shoe polish jingle. Trying to keep up with the neighbor's expensive tastes is a full time job in itself. But when Frank butts heads with a Voodoo practicing Brazilian gardener, he gets much more than he bargains for, especially when he is distracted by all the spells flying back and forth, with a force stong enough to turn his wife into a love-starved siren and his children into well-behaved angels.
"Fun quirkey book"