Enlightenment for Nitwits is a fun and easy read. I had no problem reading it while breastfeeding. Written in a conversational style, it is full of hilarious and witty one-liners that I can't wait to share with anyone near me. It covers a lot of things that you wouldn't expect from a book on Enlightenment, from Brad Pitt to Craigslist.
Hoodwin's comment on Facebook may give you a flavor of his book:
"Frankly, I don't completely understand Facebook. For one thing, I was raised never to write on my wall. Also my nephew asked me to send him a chicken for Farmville, so I went to a farm and got him one. I packed her carefully, but the post office wouldn't take her--they said she was too old. Isn't that ageism? Even worse, they looked at me like I was a terrorist trying to mail a chicken of mass destruction."
I'm sure not everyone will appreciate Hoodwin's unique sense of humor and a few may even feel offended on some sensitive topics. But I do think the book is enlightening in its own right besides lightening up my day with tons of good laughs. If I have understood him correctly, Hoodwin is encouraging us to take a positive attitude toward life and to make the best out of a bad situation.
You can get either the print copy or electronic version of Enlightenment for Nitwits on Amazon. Be sure to use the linky below to follow the blog tour and check out what other MVM members think of the book. Also, remember to come back on 9/2 for your chance to win 1 of 3 autographed copies!
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Disclosure: I received free book to facilitate my honest review. No monetary exchange took place. All views and opinions expressed are my own and may differ from yours.