Whether she's talking about loss of privacy in the Internet age, "Gone are the days when people only knew things about me that I wanted them to know. Now I can be Googled - and without benefit of lubrication," or growing up Catholic, "Sticking a symbol of a brutally murdered dead guy over the bed of an impressionable young child and telling her 'He died for your sins' kind of messes with a kid for life," Jayne Martin's debut book of humor essays will have you laughing out loud from page one. A sharp observer of a world changing faster than new versions of the iPhone, Martin has gleaned this collection from over two years of posts on her popular blog aptly titled "injaynesworld... where nothing is sacred," where she takes on everything from private parts to politics. With a voice that is both unique and accessible, Martin has crafted a body of work that will appeal to readers of all ages. A funny, fresh, often outrageous compilation, this book is most definitely "Suitable For Giving."
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About the Author
Jayne Martin is a TV writer with several TV movies to her credit including "Big Spender" for Animal Planet, and "A Child Too Many," "Deceived By Trust," and "Cradle of Conspiracy" for Lifetime. Her writings on everything from politics to private parts can be found on her blog injaynesworld.blogspot.com.