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Life Sucks, Death Bites By Julie Kushner
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36-year old actuary Gerald Blumenstein despised every aspect of his life. His butterball-esque appearance was unappealing, his dull job unnerving, his cramped apartment uncomfortable, and his love... More > life nonexistent. And yet, not a soul in the world was more petrified of death than Gerald. In fact, Gerald Blumenstein would do anything to avoid dying, even if it meant remaining trapped forever in an existence that, quite frankly, sucked. Then, one fateful night, while attending a highly unorthodox therapy session mandated by his boss, Gerald Blumenstein died. Now his life will never be the same . . . Life Sucks, Death Bites is a dark comedy about the inconveniences of daily life and nightly “undeath,” with some romance and a bit of psychotherapy thrown in for good measure. If the three critically acclaimed HBO series, Curb Your Enthusiasm, True Blood, and In Treatment, could procreate, this novel would undoubtedly be the lovechild that they would produce.< Less
Hollywood Warlock By Julie Kushner
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The Warlock Brothers are easily the most powerful family in Hollywood. Richard is the industry’s top movie producer. Drew is a Grammy-winning recording artist, whose concerts are known for... More > their strange goings on. Adam is a writer for a popular television sitcom, who hides a checkered past. Justin, one of the hottest actors in Tinseltown, is better known for his star-studded romantic entanglements than his acting prowess. Wealthy, attractive, and powerful, everything seems to be picture perfect for the Warlocks, until a tragic death in the family leads them to learn the true nature of their seemingly endless “luck.” Could these affluent brothers be descended from actual warlocks? To protect their legacy, the Warlocks must combine their abilities to produce one very magical movie. And in Hollywood, nothing is ever what it seems . . .< Less
Life Sucks, Death Bites By Julie Kushner
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(8 Ratings)
36-year old actuary Gerald Blumenstein despised every aspect of his life. His butterball-esque appearance was unappealing, his dull job unnerving, his cramped apartment uncomfortable, and his love... More > life nonexistent. And yet, not a soul in the world was more petrified of death than Gerald. In fact, Gerald Blumenstein would do anything to avoid dying, even if it meant remaining trapped forever in an existence that, quite frankly, sucked. Then, one fateful night, while attending a highly unorthodox therapy session mandated by his boss, Gerald Blumenstein died. Now his life will never be the same . . . Life Sucks, Death Bites is a dark comedy about the inconveniences of daily life and nightly “undeath,” with some romance and a bit of psychotherapy thrown in for good measure. If the three critically acclaimed HBO series, Curb Your Enthusiasm, True Blood, and In Treatment, could procreate, this novel would undoubtedly be the lovechild that they would produce.< Less
Hollywood Warlock By Julie Kushner
eBook (PDF): $4.99
(8 Ratings)
The Warlock Brothers are easily the most powerful family in Hollywood. Richard is the industry’s top movie producer. Drew is a Grammy-winning recording artist, whose concerts are known for... More > their strange goings on. Adam is a writer for a popular television sitcom, who hides a checkered past. Justin, one of the hottest actors in Tinseltown, is better known for his star-studded romantic entanglements than his acting prowess. Wealthy, attractive, and powerful, everything seems to be picture perfect for the Warlocks, until a tragic death in the family leads them to learn the true nature of their seemingly endless “luck.” Could these affluent brothers be descended from actual warlocks? To protect their legacy, the Warlocks must combine their abilities to produce one very magical movie. And in Hollywood, nothing is ever what it seems . . .< Less