Provides sure-fire laughs drunk or sober.
Naperville, IL (PRWEB) September 01, 2011
Fauldhouse Publishing is pleased to announce the release of Kids Say the Cutest Things When They’re Drunk: A Book of Pointless Satire and Vulgar Humor from humor writer, Dan McQuinn.
Kids Say the Cutest Things When They’re Drunk is a debut collection of comic vignettes sharply written by McQuinn that provides sure-fire laughs drunk or sober. A job interview through the eyes of a kindergartner, a parenting guide that suggests selling human body parts to pay for college, and a rejection letter from Make-a-Wish for a child suffering from swimmer’s ear are just some of the situations that McQuinn imagines and deftly exploits for laughs. From the origins of necrophilia to a newsletter dedicated to hating Will Smith, no topic is too risqué or too mundane for McQuinn to satirize.
In making the announcement, McQuinn says “I’m thrilled to be making all of my insecurities and narcissistic tendencies public for $12.95. And I look forward to having my name linked to child alcoholism whenever Googled by future prospective employers.”
An alumnus of Second City’s writing program, McQuinn has contributed several comic plays and many unfinished crossword puzzles. Dan lives in the western suburbs of Chicago with his trophy wife, two children and a dog that barks at drywall.
Kids Say the Cutest Things When They’re Drunk is available via paperback from online retailers including Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. eBook versions for the iPad, Kindle and other popular eReaders are also available. To determine which version works best for you, the author recommends buying at least one of each format. Additional information is available at the author’s web site at http://www.danmcquinn.com. Dan also invites you to follow him on Twitter @danmcquinnbytes.
About Fauldhouse Publishing
Founded in 2010, Fauldhouse Publishing is dedicated to publishing the works of emerging comic writers and humorists. Fauldhouse, named after a Scottish mining community, is dedicated to mining comic coal since comic gold is now way over-priced and just not as funny. For further information, call (630) 255-8533.