The Little Book of Big Excuses
by Addie Johnson
Publisher: Conari Press 2007
Number of pages: 160
The Little Book of Big Excuses is the ultimate compendium of strategems for all excuse-meisters who want to weasel out and slack-off with impunity. Life is serious business, people, so pay attention. Let Addie help you off the hook.
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