Goats Eat Cans
"Somewhat Comical Stories of a Life Mostly Wasted"
Note from author, Steven Novak:
The book that would eventually become, "Goats Eat Cans," began as one of the most popular blogs on a little site called, Myspace nearly seven years ago.
Does anyone out there even remember, Myspace?
Of course you don’t.
It's not so much what the book is about, as what will happen when you start reading the pages... laughter, and lots of it! Mr. Novak has a stellar wit about him that shines through clearly as you turn the pages. I opened this book up on my Kindle while I was waiting for my boyfriend to get out of the shower one day, and I started reading... and laughing... out loud... no, really loudly! And by the time my boyfriend was finished scrubbing himself down, I'm sure he thought I was freaking crazy. I had tears in my eyes from laughing so hard. THAT is what this book is about! It's about laughing at the misfortune of others (poor Mr. Novak) and knowing it's okay. ;)
Seriously... here's the book blurb, and when you're done reading that, I've included links to where you can purchase the book. If you have any sense of humor at all, this book is 100% for you! So, go grab a copy!!! Oh, and if you're an Amazon Prime member, you can read this book for free for a limited time!
BLURB: Remember the weird kid with the greasy hair and the odd smell you went to school with? You know, the one who never talked to anyone? That creepy little jerk who sat alone at lunch? The oddball who never took a shower in gym class? The one you imagined might one day go on a shooting spree? Believe it or not, that kid grew up. He grew up, he got married, he never shot a single person, he wrote a book, and he even started taking showers after his workouts – most of the time. Goats Eat Cans is his story. Follow along as Steven Novak recounts the sometimes hilarious, sometimes hilariously painful, and sometimes painfully hilarious moments that have made his life so wonderfully frustrating. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you might even vomit. No matter what, you won't be able to stop reading. Goats Eat Cans features 55 stories, 55 illustrations, 99 luftballons and enough nonsense to keep you chuckling and giggling for days on end – or hours – or at the very least a few minutes.