CHANNILLO
Is This Going to be a Long Story?
By Sue Roulusonis

Series Description:

I'm not the kind of person who can say, "I did a thing," because for me, doing a thing involves a whole series of coordinating events leading up to 'that thing' and to only tell you 'the thing' without any peripherals would be a disservice and, frankly, quite boring. 

So, yes, it is. :)

Warning: I am a fan of 'sentence enhancers' that may start with the letters F, S, A, or a few others. This means there may be some adult content coming from this childish mind. 

 

Category/Genre(s): Humor, Essays/Columns
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Sue Roulusonis:

I’m a whatever-job-pays-the-bills by day, and an author, blogger, photographer, crafter, and insomniac at night - and a single parent 24/7.

"Blunt, obnoxious and very opinionated." I hear that a lot, which makes me very sought-after – but I’m also the world’s biggest optimist; my rose-colored glasses are as shiny and sparkly as the tiara I wear whenever I have the chance.

 I love ‘80s music most of all, and can pretty much name that tune in 2 notes (even ‘60s and ‘70s tunes; but probably 3 notes for ‘50s tunes).

ISSUES: The Opposite of Everything I Was Taught is the greatest collection of essays I’ve ever written so far. I’ve created two coloring book/journals (Zen and the Art of Coloring and Coloring Through Grief) and co-authored an ‘80s comedy, Livin’ on a Prayer: The Untold Tommy and Gina Story with Maine author Jody Clark. All of my books are available on Amazon.com (Kindle, too).

I’ve blogged under the names “The 40-something, Wanna-be Solid Gold-dancing Breck Girl” (for short, “The 40-something Breck Girl”) and “TiaraMeSue” (I had to change my name when I stopped being 40-anything), for Blogger, WordPress, and Medium.

I can be followed on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Reviews for ISSUES: The Opposite of Everything I Was Taught

"I wouldn't want my sons to read this." - Some guy.

"You sound angry. You're too pretty to be angry." - A Boomer Mentor.

"Intriguing." - A guy who wanted to date me.

"I spilled my drink on your book, but then I realized it was coffee and thought, 'Sue would be ok with that. :)'" - Amy L. Moreland, writer

"Philosophy for the Working Class. Ms. Roulusonis has obviously never been paid by the word. She outlines her philosophical tenets succinctly and logically using everyday language. Make no mistake, this is philosophy, too. It's just not the ivory tower type, it's those hard won lessons from the school of hard knocks that we all get if we live long enough. I would recommend this for anyone interested in what motivates us to live as we do." 







Series Description:

I'm not the kind of person who can say, "I did a thing," because for me, doing a thing involves a whole series of coordinating events leading up to 'that thing' and to only tell you 'the thing' without any peripherals would be a disservice and, frankly, quite boring. 

So, yes, it is. :)

Warning: I am a fan of 'sentence enhancers' that may start with the letters F, S, A, or a few others. This means there may be some adult content coming from this childish mind. 

 

Category/Genre(s): Humor, Essays/Columns
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Sue Roulusonis:

I’m a whatever-job-pays-the-bills by day, and an author, blogger, photographer, crafter, and insomniac at night - and a single parent 24/7.

"Blunt, obnoxious and very opinionated." I hear that a lot, which makes me very sought-after – but I’m also the world’s biggest optimist; my rose-colored glasses are as shiny and sparkly as the tiara I wear whenever I have the chance.

 I love ‘80s music most of all, and can pretty much name that tune in 2 notes (even ‘60s and ‘70s tunes; but probably 3 notes for ‘50s tunes).

ISSUES: The Opposite of Everything I Was Taught is the greatest collection of essays I’ve ever written so far. I’ve created two coloring book/journals (Zen and the Art of Coloring and Coloring Through Grief) and co-authored an ‘80s comedy, Livin’ on a Prayer: The Untold Tommy and Gina Story with Maine author Jody Clark. All of my books are available on Amazon.com (Kindle, too).

I’ve blogged under the names “The 40-something, Wanna-be Solid Gold-dancing Breck Girl” (for short, “The 40-something Breck Girl”) and “TiaraMeSue” (I had to change my name when I stopped being 40-anything), for Blogger, WordPress, and Medium.

I can be followed on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Reviews for ISSUES: The Opposite of Everything I Was Taught

"I wouldn't want my sons to read this." - Some guy.

"You sound angry. You're too pretty to be angry." - A Boomer Mentor.

"Intriguing." - A guy who wanted to date me.

"I spilled my drink on your book, but then I realized it was coffee and thought, 'Sue would be ok with that. :)'" - Amy L. Moreland, writer

"Philosophy for the Working Class. Ms. Roulusonis has obviously never been paid by the word. She outlines her philosophical tenets succinctly and logically using everyday language. Make no mistake, this is philosophy, too. It's just not the ivory tower type, it's those hard won lessons from the school of hard knocks that we all get if we live long enough. I would recommend this for anyone interested in what motivates us to live as we do."