Extremely funny and sarcastic in all the right places.
Hopewell, New Jersey (PRWEB) March 02, 2015
Ritch Gaiti documents his recent journey with the dreaded disease with the same humor he has put in his previous comedies, "Tweet" and "The Jewolic." As before, the writing is snarky and based on reality. Gaiti finds a path to the light side of cancer's darkest moments. "Chemo is like stubbing your toe, except it is your brain."
His pervasive optimism and recollection of the journey from day one, makes it an enjoyable and educational ride. He pokes fun at even his most anxious decisions.
“Think of it this way,” my Thoracic Surgeon explained. “The right lung is divided into three sections, called lobes. Each is about the size of a folded up slice of pizza.”
He saw the curious look on my face.
“Regular, not Sicilian,” he clarified. “It’s very hard to fold Sicilian slices.”
I nodded; clearly he had been trained well.
This uplifting journey is touching, poignant, relevant, and funny as hell - whether you are interested in cancer or just looking to be entertained.
"F*ck You Cancer ... and the cell you rode in on" is available in ebook (ASIN B00SU4OM84) and paperback (ISBN 978-0692375648) on Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SU4OM84).
Published by Sedona Editions (http://www.SedonaEditions.com)
Ritch Gaiti (http://www.RitchGaiti.com) writes about of the world that we touch everyday--- making the things that frustrate us the most, suddenly understandable, fixable and funny. Ritch Gaiti is an author, an artist and a former Wall Street Executive. He focuses on telling compelling stories within a wide range of subjects and genres: from drama to suspense to humor, from fiction to non-fiction.
Ritch’s published works include:
- THE JEWOLIC (Sedona Editions, 2013), Conundrums of a Half-Jew – a humorous romp through religious ambivalence.
- THE BIG EMPTY, (Sedona Editions, 2013), an ethereal mystery about a gritty lawyer who uncovers an ancient conspiracy.
- DUTCHING THE BOOK (Sedona Editions, 2012), a fictional drama based on real people and events, delivers an absorbing story about horse racing and gambling in 1960’s Brooklyn.
- TWEET, a fictional satire on marketing, advertising and consumerism. Recently, TWEET has been optioned for a feature film.
- POINTS: WOMEN HAVE THEM, MEN NEED THEM, a humorous relationship book which will help you through this marriages and all your future marriages (written under the pseudonym I. Glebe).
All books can be found on http://www.RitchGaiti.com and Amazon.com
Gaiti has written screenplays and many articles for national magazines and has been featured on national radio and TV, including the Today Show, opposite Joan Rivers. He is also a recognized artist of western art, exhibiting in several galleries and museums throughout the country. His portfolio can be viewed on http://www.gaiti.com.
To contact Ritch directly: Ritch.Gaiti(at)verizon(dot)net
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