Thank You!

Thanks for requesting a review copy of my stupid little book. My apologies in advance for the negative impact it’s likely to have on your IQ.

Keep an eye on your inbox (and maybe spam folder) for your copy to arrive. I’m sending these out “by hand” so you won’t receive it instantly, but you will within 24 hours.

-Clif Haley

Junk Drawer

Random Acts of Literary Stupidity

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There are roughly 600,000 words in the English language. Most of the ways in which these words can be arranged make absolutely no sense. Try it. Pick a handful of words out of those 600,000 and see how it goes. Here’s a typical result:

Polyp the translucent aardvark coconut rather bumpy my stump.

See? Nonsense. And yet, within the pages of this book, you’ll find that, on average, about 75% of what you read makes sense! It’s nothing short of a literary miracle, especially considering the amount of beer involved in writing it. Furthermore, you might actually learn a few things, like:

1) How to fail at upgrading computers.

2) How to ride a motorcycle (spoiler: don’t)

3) How to make French toast (even if you’re not French!)

4) How to almost cut your hand off with a meat cleaver (being young and stupid helps)

5) And much, much more!


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About the Author

Clif Haley knew he wanted to be a writer the moment he put on his first cardigan sweater about one year ago. Since that fateful day, he’s been wearing that sweater and writing non-stop, sometimes churning out upwards of 60 pages in a single day, all while fending off hoards of flies attracted to the stench of a cardigan sweater that hasn’t been removed or washed in over a year. Clif plans to further his writing career by getting into pipe smoking and tweed jackets with elbow patches.

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