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The book covers true tales and epic fails in dating, romance, jobs, cat fights, family Facebook meltdowns and more in the social media universe.
Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) November 14, 2012
The most jaw dropping, and true, Facebook stories are explored in “Faceplant: Facebook’s True Tales and Epic Fails.” The book covers true tales and epic fails in dating, romance, jobs, cat fights, family Facebook meltdowns and more in the social media universe.
Faceplant received a four stars from Lamebook.com, a site dedicated to highlighting some of the most astounding, and hilarious, Facebook posts, status updates, and stories.
Each chapter in this book is woven together with original artwork and concludes with a commentary called a “Faceplant Takeaway.” Basically, it’s a constructive piece of advice that just might help the reader can prevent a potential faceplant.
It took over a year for the author, Richard N. Shapiro, to review, select and edit some of the most outrageous Facebook threads. To whet your appetite, here are some selected chapter titles:
Big Mystaque at Work
Apple Store Faceplant
The Trailer Park Mollywoppin'
Southern Comforts Not Comforting
Dad Wins In Cyberspace
Weiner-gate: Political Sex Talk
Duke Graduate’s Sexploit Powerpoint goes Viral
Mentally Flying Creates Vertigo
Faceplant is published by Outskirts Press, and is available on Amazon for Kindle and Barnes & Noble for Nook, and comes highly recommended by lamebook.com.
About the author: Richard N. Shapiro is a Virginia Beach writer-blogger who is a full-time practicing attorney included in the “The Best Lawyers in America” publication. He writes online for the Legal Examiner blog network and dives headfirst into the viral netherworld of Facebook and how social media transforms our communication with our closest friends and the world at large. With humor and awe, he dissects Facebook threads and adds his “Faceplant Takeaway” after each thread.
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