Small Town Ho: Not a One-Trick Pony
Fed up with the big city? So were the Diercks family. So, they uprooted their three small boys and moved across the country to a town in northern Idaho that couldn't fill a football stadium.
By: Slog Press
"So funny I choked on some spit!" commented one Amazon reviewer. Written in a smart, self-deprecating, salty style, Small Town Ho is, in many ways, the anti-Facebook. This book is not filled with stories or pictures of football championships or Caribbean vacations, rather, Small Town Ho's accessible humor comes from the fact that it exposes real life, warts and all. From the author's attempt to create the perfect Halloween tombstones, to the bakery co-worker who believes he and his twin are blue-skinned aliens, to the dog who continues to ingest things and cost the family precious cash, life is here in full technicolor.
Duke Diercks grew up in Texas, attended Stanford University in northern California and now resides- still- in Sandpoint, Idaho. Small Town Ho is his first, and quite possibly his last book. More author information, high-res images and blog posts can be found at http://www.smalltownho.com The author can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Small Town Ho
Publisher: Slog Press
Format: 5.5 x 8.5 paperback
Other Formats: Kindle