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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 audiobook. Here is what one listener 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."

©2011 Steve Bluestein (P)2013 Steve Bluestein

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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is a delightful listen. I know Steve personally and he is one of the nicest guys on the planet. His ability to find humor in his story is a great talent. An extra star to Eric Fox for his exceptional narration. He really enhances this book with his accents. The production is flawless.

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This will depress you!!

Would you try another book from Steve Bluestein and/or Eric Fox?

I don't think so.

What was most disappointing about Steve Bluestein’s story?

This was therapy for Steve Bluestein. If you don't suffer from depression, you could by the time you reach the end of this book. Also, about 3/4 of the way through this book he keeps repeating what he said before, sometimes more than once.

What about Eric Fox’s performance did you like?

He was good, which is probably why I listened to the end.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

NO!!

Any additional comments?

It started off funny, There were some funny parts through out the book but it was mostly therapy because his mother was rotten to him. Also he spent a great deal of time name dropping, maybe it had something to do with his insecurity problems. Even worse is that he had to go into detail about everyone of his friends who died.

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