You taught her basic literacy.
She's taken it way too far.
The world's gone mad. She's gone madder. In a satirical memoir stretching from lockdown to planepocalyse, journey with snark and sea shanties to the shores of a mythical republic in Almost Over, Never Done: A Reluctant American's Pandemic Tragicomedy. Now on Amazon.
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Almost Over, Never Done: A Reluctant American's Pandemic Tragicomedy
Meet Amy, if you dare. She's fed up with the ongoing chronicle of American dissent and descent. From laughably-named "healthcare" to the uselessness of college degrees, she's taking aim at the edge of the American dream with a gonzo journalist exposé of...herself.
Boomeranging through policy measures and non sequiturs with an equal lack of tact, Amy hatches escape plans while attempting to oxygenate her way through a maze of paperwork and globally-relevant microbes in her quest to break up with America for good as it breaks itself apart from within. Pack a library in your luggage and brace yourself for tart answers to typical questions as you journey through the pandemic with a self-published rogue who's unlikely to survive it all.
About the Author
Amy A. DeCew has done a few different things with her life but finds them all completely irrelevant to actually making a living. The saucy author's backpages include stints in academic and research work, the fashion industry, and the eternal nonexistence of freelance writing. Her roles on stage and screen span many airline miles, from Bollywood extra to Vietnamese-British musicals. And if that sounds far-flung, just imagine what her books reveal! Generally speaking, you can only find her if you're hanging out in international hostels. If she has to hustle one more side gig, she'd like an axe to the head. Or, perhaps, better policymaking.
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