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My Life as a Misfit
     

My Life as a Misfit

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by Susan Oloier
 

It isn’t easy being the last remaining person at the dinner table or being forced to square dance with a group of sweaty seventh graders in a school cafeteria. But in My Life as a Misfit, Susan Oloier recounts growing up in the 1980s from a humorous and less-than-popular perspective with such stories as Do-Si-Don’t, Riding a Permanent Wave, Baseball,

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It isn’t easy being the last remaining person at the dinner table or being forced to square dance with a group of sweaty seventh graders in a school cafeteria. But in My Life as a Misfit, Susan Oloier recounts growing up in the 1980s from a humorous and less-than-popular perspective with such stories as Do-Si-Don’t, Riding a Permanent Wave, Baseball, and The Food Critic.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033071364
Publisher:
Susan Oloier
Publication date:
02/23/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
137 KB

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Meet the Author

Susan Oloier lives in Southwest Colorado with her husband and two sons where she skis when it's cold and hikes when it's warm.

After working in both finance and teaching, with a single audition at an acting agency, Susan went back to her first love, which is writing. She has been published in national and regional publications, as well as online. You can find her lurking about on her blog at http://www.susanoloier.blogspot.com

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My Life as a Misfit 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this....it made me think of my childhood & my insecurities. Also i could relate to the mom, as a mother, trying to make things different for our kids & we think better at the time but that is questionable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Laughed so hard I cried a few times. Wish it was more than 70 pages. Felt like she was writing about my life growing up.