I still find it hard to believe I’ve written as many books as I have. I just finished my fourth memoir, so if anyone thinks they can’t write their own, too, they’re wrong. Write that in your memoir.
My first book of first class-y essays is My Pan Am Years.
Some former co-workers got ticked at me for recalling things on Facebook they preferred to forget, so I wrote them all down and published them for the world to read. That’s what ya get for trying to re-write history. My son did the cover:
The second one is a compilation from my answers on Quora:
The book is themed around the Kindergarten “rules” as written in All I Ever Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten. When I realized, more than 50 years after the fact, that we’d been sold a bill of goods, I wrote about it.
The first review on it overwhelmed me with gratitude:
This book was…. absolutely…. hilarious!!! My husband recommended this book to me, and I am SO glad that he did. This is a great read: Humorous, witty humor with a tender edge. In today’s world of vulgarity, hate and animosity, it’s so refreshing to read something that can still put a smile on your face and make you feel good when you read it. Thank you for the great read Gigi, hope to see more from you soon!
The third book is a legal phrase. I’ve always liked those, along with a few scientific phrases of not.
I entered it in the Thurber Contest for American Humor back when I still believed regular people had a chance to win things. Nuh-uh. My competition and the finalists for 2019 included a former SNL writer, and a former writer for the Simpsons.
I don’t care. I still like mine better. Although, I haven’t read theirs. Probably I should do that:
It’s themed around skewed proverbs, one of my favorite things to do.
My most recent and fourth entry for Most Memoirs Written by One Person, is:
A recent review by an Indie reviewer:
“….The text is so laden with humor that barely a word is written that doesn’t possess some sort of double meaning, pun or other comedic device….Gigi Wolf is a talented humorist who can turn even the most mundane activity into a story worth hearing. Please Remain Seated in Your Comfort Zone is the sort of book that will appeal to folks of any gender, background or age, although millennials might need somebody to explain some the jokes!”
This one is themed as if the reader is an airline traveler. Each chapter has an airline related story at the beginning and is named for a zone and a part of a crew member’s flight, like Briefing. I got real tired of hearing people say, “Get out of your comfort zone.”
No way. I worked hard to get a seat there:
If you are so inclined as to read these, please leave me a review. Very much appreciated!
A book of short stories, recently published, The Bus Trip.
Not the last one, but the only children’s book I’ve done so far:
It was inspired by the question posed on Quora by a troll. They are good for something at any rate.