In this riveting novella (ask Rosie the Riveter), New York City's infamous interviewer and ever controversial humor author Constance "Q" Needham takes her famed Q and A format to the limit during a ribald and hilarious face-off with "The Vulgarian Candidate", aka Ronald Gump, a man beset with enmity and jealousy over the fact that a certain real estate developer has copied his persona and used his uniqueness to steal his rightful place among those running for office.
Bad taste truly had no taste until Constance "Q" Needham perfected her spicy and unique story telling recipe. From an uncomfortable beginning as she resumes work after a recent traumatic experience, to the ever more astounding hotbed of confessions, her well laid traps backfire again and again. How will this ever-more-crazy concoction turn out? Will it be vulgarian style goulash, or another well-deserved Pulitzer for Constance Needham? The smart money is on both. For mature audiences (with a sense of humor).
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About the Author
I was born on a farm outside Wichita, where I grew up with a sister, Louise, and a brother, Jennifer. My mother is deceased--it's not my fault either--but my father remains as a boat anchor on the life of Louise, who, rather than seeking to escape that dismal place, still continues to this day to see just how far one can improve techniques of stagnation and codependence. I believe envy is at the root of that. If she suffers enough, she thinks she’ll finally have enough material to take me on in my own chosen realm of writing. I'm not worried--nations have fallen on similar illusions. In the immortal words of Ricky Ricardo:‘I don’t thin’so Lucy.’ Anyway, enough about me. How about more of you...buying my books? What's that? What was that you just said? How rude!