Author Jim Neutrelle’s new book “This Wasn’t in the Script” is a collection of amusing anecdotes drawn from his experiences as a teacher, parent, and stage crew director.

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Recent release “This Wasn’t in the Script” from Page Publishing author Jim Neutrelle is a lighthearted compilation of real conversation, encounters, and observations sure to bring a smile to readers of all generations.

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Jim Neutrelle from Butler, Pennsylvania has completed a new book entitled, “This Wasn’t in the Script”: a warmly humorous reflection on the vicissitudes of life and of human nature across three decades of teaching, directing, and mentoring in school and on stage.

The author writes, “A loose definition of irony is when something seems deliberately contrary to what one expects. The situations in ‘This Wasn’t in the Script’ describe real-life events that never ended as expected. Many are from my experiences as a drama/stage crew director in our local school district, and others are drawn from events that have happened to me through the years. As you read through these incidents, perhaps they will spark a similar memory or bring a chuckle.”

Published by Page Publishing, Jim Neutrelle’s entertaining book is a cheerful reflection on real-life situations encountered throughout his life and career.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “This Wasn’t in the Script” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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