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The new humor book from bestselling author Andy Wasif detailing his most personal and hilarious essays is now available on Amazon. Enjoy!
It’s the only book about Los Angeles that’s about LIVING here more than about moving here. It provides you with the answers no one thought to mention for the questions you didn’t know to ask.
If you are planning to make the big move to SoCal for any reason — the weather, the industry, witness relocation, etc. — or know someone who is, this book is a MUST. Keep it close to you as you begin your new adventure and may all your dreams come true.
Get your copy here today!
The prestigious DPM Talent Agency will be representing me for commercials and print ads. The move is a major step forward as it adds members to the team.
Amazon Studios has optioned the script for “The 70-Year Itch,” a romantic comedy about a couple that has been married for 50 years and then decide to separate shortly after moving into an independent living facility in order to play the field.
You can read the press release put out by “Hollywonk,” the exclusive blog of Amazon Studios.
Plus, you can read the script here and write a review on it, as you would a book on Amazon’s original site.
It now moves to the development phase where it will undergo rewrites. Stay tuned!
Andy Wasif’s “Red Sox University” (Triumph Books, 2009) will be mentioned in “501 Books Baseball Fans Must Read Before they Die” by Ron Kaplan (due out in April 2013). Ron Kaplan reviews books and interviews authors for his site Ron Kaplan’s Baseball Bookshelf.
Presumably “Red Sox University” will be among the top 501.
Andy Wasif’s most-recent book “Red Sox Fans are From Mars, Yankees Fans are From Uranus” made the Boston Globe Bestseller List on April 22, 2012 for Nonfiction Paperback.
Sports humor book “Red Sox Fans are From Mars, Yankees Fans are From Uranus” reaches #8 on the Boston Globe Bestseller List, Nonfiction Paperback, for April 22, 2012.
Here is the podcast from the panel at the Boston Book Festival on October 16, 2010 entitled “Baseball: Writing About America’s Favorite Pastime.” It featured authors Howard Bryant, James Hirsch, and Andy Wasif, and was moderated by NPR’s Bill Littlefield.
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