November 25, 2005

Funnyball: The Art of Enjoying a Losing Season

Funnyball: The Art of Enjoying a Losing SeasonAt long last, Funnyball: The Art of Enjoying a Losing Season is available for your shopping enjoyment. Funnyball is an anthology of the Reds 2005 season as commented upon here at Red Hot Mama. This collection of RHM's fake news and other tidbits, as well as a new-and-improved version of the choose-your-own-adventure story, will make you laugh, make you think, and make you wonder how you ever got along without it.

Just wait till you read what the experts and opinion-makers are saying about the book:

“It's just like the Red Hot Mama weblog, only spell-checked!”

“Hey, didn't I already read all this stuff during the 2005 season?”

“This book is perfect for gift-giving, suitable for autographing, and perfect for carrying with me to the bathroom!”

7 comments to “Funnyball: The Art of Enjoying a Losing Season”

  1. JinAZ says:

    Holy crap, it’s a real book!

  2. Red Hot Mama says:

    Hell yes, it’s a real book. It’s got all the fake news from 2005, including the fake news that is classified as Smack Talk. It also has the year-end awards and the new-and-improved choose-your-own-adventure with brand new content.

    I considered making autographed copies available, but it turns out that I’m not quite that egotistical. Still, if anyone out there wants me to write something vaguely inappropriate on their inside cover, drop me a line and we’ll work it out.

    I also considered making the PDF download available, but since the majority of the content is already available on-line, that seemed silly. But again, if anyone out there really wants the PDF, let me know.

    When I make it big I’m going to stop production on these books to drive up the value, so I recommend stocking up early.

  3. Red Hot Mama says:

    Special thanks to two Cardinals bloggers, [url=]Scott[/url] and [url=]Liam[/url] who have done their part to help promote [i]Funnyball[/i].

    Number of Reds bloggers who have done so much as say, "hey, how’s the book going?"…well, I don’t want to talk about that. But don’t worry; I’m not crying about it. Much.

  4. Joel says:

    hey, how’s the book going?

  5. Red Hot Mama says:

    Oh, sure. [i]Now[/i] you ask.

    And to think that I dedicated the book to you.

  6. Now you know what to get me for Christmas! 😉

  7. Red Hot Mama says:

    You hear that, Santa? And I’m sure she speaks for children everywhere!

    Welcome back, Ms. Scratcher. I hope you had a lovely holiday.