Friday 29 January 2016

Adulthood is a Myth - A Review

ADULTHOOD IS A MYTH by Sarah Anderson

Whether you are 15 or 105 there is a drawing (or “scribble” as Ms. Anderson describes them) in this book for you.
Each page contains a cartoon depicting a day or event in the life of “everywoman”.  Whether it be a day at school, gift giving occassions, an afternoon at work or a night spent staying up too late reading, Ms. Anderson has a humorous take on the situation.
This was a fun book to page through while chuckling to myself with each turn of the page.  I sat down and read it in one go and then found myself going back through it looking for my favorite “scribbles” to reread and enjoy another snicker or outright laugh.

If you are looking for a book that will provide plenty of smiles (and give no offense); one  that you can give your teenager or your grandmother when they’re having a bad day … this one definitely fits the bill.
I received this book at no charge from the publisher, Andrews McMeel Publishing, via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

This book will be available on March 8th, 2016 from your favorite bookseller or online book provider.  Amazon link HERE.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR (from the Senior Spotlight Blog)

Most people know of me through my webcomic, Doodle Time.  Out of all my work, that's been the most successful.  Doodle Time is currently syndicated by Universal Uclick.  I also just wrote an article for College Humor in comic format, and Buzzfeed recently named the strip as one of the best webcomics of the year.

As for my illustration work, which is very different from my cartoon stuff, I had an internship with an art rep over the summer and we've been talking about working together in the future, so I'm looking forward to continuing to make illustration work after I graduate.

To see more of Sarah's work, visit her professional links:

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