Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut: Essays and Observations
Demonstrating Woody Allen's magical math equation, comedy = tragedy + time, a sensational collection of witty essays about life, love, hate, kids, work, school, and more from the author of "The Ex-Mrs. Hedgefund" and "Arm Candy"
Jill Kargman is a mother, wife, and writer living the life in New York City . . . a life that includes camping out in a one-bedroom apartment wi...more
Kargman's book made me laugh out loud - I had to put this book down until my husband got home, just so I could share the funny parts with ...more
I was going to send this along to my aunt when I finished it, but frankly I think she'd was ...more
Jill told stories about everyday happenings and her likes and dislikes....imagine having gasoline as your favorite smell. Once it was mentioned, her observations and memories had you recalling a story about yourself and a similar situation. The glossary at the beginning of the book was quite funny and set the tone. My favorite section was titled Obsessed/De ...more
For those of you who rail against conformity, I recommend you read this book: Jill Kargman's Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut: Essay ...more
Hoping not to offend anyone - my favorite topic she covered was her love for the gay men community. Now some of you may now, I share her great love for this community. When I lived in my former city of Charlotte, N ...more
Ms. Kargman covered a variety of topics from her kids to marriage t ...more
This is a funny book about being a mom and woman in NYC who lives among the wealthy. The stories pretend an outsider is peering in to a world of wealth as an outsider. However, the dialog is a bit contrived and the world the author describes could only be viewed by an insider.
Read it when you need to give your mind a break.
Kargman is afraid of vans and clowns (I can relate-thank you Stephen King). She writes about her va-jay jay, ag ...more