The Mancode by Rachel Thompson
Exposed (A Humor Collection)

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Synopsis

'I'm over forty. I don't have a blankie. I have vodka.'

Note: this is not a book of advice, how-to, or self-help. The author deconstructs stereotypes with satire. Totally different concept.

'I write about men, women, sex, & chocolate. My experiences, my truth, my martinis.'

*Note: Thompson employs hashtags (i.e., the # sign) in her collection. Google it. These are not typos, people #deargod.

Looking for a humorous take on family relationships or love and romance? Look no further.

Praise for The Mancode: Exposed -- already a #1 bestseller in Marriage, Parenting & Families AND Parenting & Relationships!

5/5 Star Reviews:

--As a long time warrior in the Battle of the Sexes, I would've won a lot more skirmishes had I had a copy of Mancode in my saddle. Reaching back toward my shotgun, I would've found this collection. Instead of shooting the man, I could've said, "Stop acting like a man!" Buy Mancode and stop wasting bullets.

~ Beth Wareham, author Power of No

--Finally! A woman who gets what I'm going through every day, from that whole spitting thing to my deep abiding love for chocolate. Well done!

~ Amber Scott, author of #1 Kindle bestsellers IRISH MOON, FIERCE DAWN, WANTED

--Mancode: Exposed is a scathingly funny, rapid fire and heartfelt look at men. Author Rachel Thompson delivers a satirical piece that invokes strong shades of Penny Marshall and Seth McFarlane.

~ Casey Ryan, Host & Creator, Cutting Room Floor radio program

If you're looking for satire, love and romance, and sex depicted with humor, buy this book!

Can't get enough of Thompson's snarky humor? Purchase her first release, A Walk In The Snark, her #1 bestselling collection of essays released January 2011, hitting #1 on the Motherhood list September, 2011 and has become a chart mainstay. Find out why!

 

About Rachel Thompson

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Rachel Thompson grew up in Dauphin, Manitoba, located at the foot of Riding Mountain National Park, AKA the Galloping Goose of Margaret Laurence's books. She went to the University of Winnipeg, majoring in English and International Development Studies. After moving to Vancouver in the early 2000s, she took part in the award-winning Writer's Studio Program at Simon Fraser University. She completed "Galaxy" at the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writers program. Her poetry has appeared in journals in Canada and abroad.
 
Published November 29, 2011 by Rachel Thompson. 140 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships, Romance. Non-fiction

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