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                                                             Waiting for Karl Rove is…
                                                                         75,461 words

                                                                         629 footnotes

                                                                             389 pages

                                                                             2 authors 

                                                                  1 good fucking book

If you become befuddled by the first person perspective told from the point of view of dual-protagonists, you’re probably just stupid. That’s a personal problem as far as we can see; yours, not ours.
We are two writers on a wild road trip to the top of the New York Times Bestseller List, and this book is blatant self-promotion.  And what is this titillating tome about, you ask?
Think Thelma and Louise—only Thelma’s menopausal, Louise is an erratic, big-mouth with a penchant for discussing her hemorrhoids, and they’re on a road trip to wrestle an apology from Karl Rove, by any means necessary.
That’s really all you need to know.
2 Comments leave one →
  1. Linda Peregory permalink
    July 8, 2010 3:34 am

    I can see the perfect sene in the dual first person perspective. You two are so much alike that you could be siamese twins joined at the funny bone anyway. I think the idea sounds wonderfully funny and original.

    • Webmaster permalink
      July 8, 2010 6:25 pm

      Thanks for commenting. If joined at the hip, Decker and Nove would definitely have the world’s largest ass.

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