For me, it’s most fun to write about real, everyday life. We’ve all struggled through adolescence, bickered with our parents, had a terrible job or two, tried to navigate the dating world.
Omaha, NE (PRWEB) January 09, 2012
Writelife, LLC has just released a new book that college students will be sure to find pleasingly relatable.
I Hope There’s Pie, a collection of personal essays by Omaha-based writer/comedian, Tony Endelman, is now available for purchase at Writelife.com and other online retailers such as Amazon, Books-A-Million, and Barnes & Noble.
David Wexler, creator of MTV's College Life commented, "To write a memoir at the tender age of 28 is audacious. But, what transpires in this book of inequities and debauchery is something of note; the living room retellings of young adulthood gone awry - with the tone and candor of a best friend. Hysterical, true to life, easy-to-relate-to, and, unlike anything else out there. You can smell the booze and cigarette smoke tucked between these hundred and some odd pages."
In I Hope There’s Pie, Endelman recounts his experiences with family, friendship, failure, work, sex, and drugs – and does so with both affecting honesty and downright hilarity. “For me, it’s most fun to write about real, everyday life,” says Endelman. “And, I’m just a guy. I make my home in the Midwest. My story isn’t exactly astonishing. But, we’ve all struggled through adolescence, bickered with our parents, had a terrible job or two, tried to navigate the dating world. That’s what I wanted to put out there – something everyone can identify with.”
An Omaha native, Endelman earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin in 2005. I Hope There’s Pie is his second book. His first book, based off of his website http://www.thanksrp.com, was published in 2011. More information can be found at http://www.tonyendelman.com.