The latest memoir of the 2008 Presidential campaign is a fake book about fake events by a fake political operative.
The protagonist of this novel about addiction, therapy, and recovery, confronts many of the same issues as its author.
Women are nasty. They piss, and fart, and masturbate. They clean toilet seats with their vaginas and pull out tampons with barbeque tongs.
Vigilante justice: the new counterculture. Until it gets, like, totally commercial. That’s the premise of DeLeon DeMicoli’s novel, Lick Me, a spunky murder mystery saddled down with dull culture critique.