'I was a Bad Kid' Book Available Now In Print and for Digital Download

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Iwasabadkid.com founder Ryan Zimmerman has taken his brief stories and expanded on them in hilarious detail in the new book, "I was a Bad Kid - True Tales of a Deceptive Child"

Were you a bad kid? Ryan sure was, and he provides humorous and enjoyable details on his many escapades as a youthful deviant growing up in the '80s in "I was a Bad Kid - True Tales of a Deceptive Child."

"I would tell stories of all the rotten things I did as a young kid at parties and to friends and it never failed to amuse people or make them laugh. I followed my dream of always wanting to be an author and decided to put my stories to paper and share them with as many people as possible!" Ryan Zimmerman, author, says. "I know that in this day and age, bullying is something to take seriously and I want everyone to know that my book has no bullying in it at all. It's just good, light-hearted fun for a simple and enjoyable read. I made it inexpensive just to build a fan base and really showcase my stories."

Anxious in sharing the book with the world, Ryan completed and self published a paperback version available on his site http://www.iwasabadkid.com as well as digital versions for E readers Nook and Kindle.

Zimmerman says, "I have kids now and hope they don't follow in my path. I do get a kick out of reliving the stories. Huey Lewis made me call 911. I decimated my old Colecovision for one reason only. I sabotaged my mom's cooking. I did it all!"

Zimmerman has written for numerous websites such as 90s411.com and Fathers.com. He's been published in magazines and newspapers as well as industry related news.

So far, it has received positive praise: “Ryan is hilarious! A very familiar, extremely entertaining and slightly bizarre take on childhood in the 80s.” - Alli Denning, Owner of Liketotally80s.com

The digital download version is available at both Barnesandnoble.com and Amazon.com, for the low price of $1.99.

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