Abby Has Issues by Abby Heugel

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This book of essays taken from allows the (obviously brilliant) reader to relive the author’s goal of becoming a
Consolation Prize Wife, or having her eyebrows waxed without the inherent paranoia that accompanies hot liquids being plastered on her face.

From the birthday she was blindfolded and forced to hunt for her presents in the backyard, to her grandma’s dating advice and rules on nursing
home Bingo etiquette, Abby also shows how humor can be hereditary--whether you like it or not.

Writer Abby Heugel reminds you that yes, we all have issues. And hers will make you feel normal.

About Abby Heugel

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Abby Heugel is a professional writer/editor and aspiring hermit in Michigan who is waiting to be discovered as either a brilliant writer, Broadway star or professional asparagus eater. She can't sing very well, so she's hoping the other two pan out. All 2011 profits from the sale of this title will go to the Humane Society of West Michigan. You can read more of her work at
Published November 18, 2011 by Vansant Creations. 162 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment.

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