A humorous take on the self-help revolution provides daily meditations on living with all sorts of fetishes, obsessions, and nasty little dysfunctions. National ad/promo. Tour.
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"Multimedia artist" Finley, best known for enraging Jesse Helms with her NEA-funded acts involving yams and chocolate, will enjoy the best sort of revenge if this slyly hilarious lampoon of the self-help and daily meditation genres gains the attention that it deserves. Fifty-two entries instruct post-dysfunctional and recovered readers in such arts as "Bragging," "Being a Bitch" and "Staying in Bed all Day." Bizarre, child-like illustrations of people heighten the humor; the punch line is that Finley's advice on these topics is sound. Each entry ends with a hint, tip, example or motto: "Everything is always more pleasant when we are the center of attention" ("Self-Centering"); "Make sure that you still brush your teeth even if you're staying in bed all day." This slender volume is a potential point-of-purchase phenomenon.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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