The author of I Ain’t Doin’ It and popular comedian Heather Land returns with a collection of laugh-out-loud, hilarious, and unfiltered essays that explore the funny and inspirational moments in everyday life—perfect for fans of Rachel Hollis’s Girl, Wash Your Face.
A popular social media comedian, Heather Land’s irresistible Southern charm has reached millions of engaged fans and followers who fill theaters at her stand-up events around the country, and who also fell in love with her first book I Ain’t Doin’ It.
Now, Heather’s “revealing anecdotes and heartfelt encouragements” (Publishers Weekly) in A Perfect 10 shine a light on those ridiculous moments in our lives that also have the ability to teach us about ourselves. Whether she’s joking about her crafting habit, revealing the hard truths of divorce, ranting about the challenges of being a single parent of teenagers, or getting real at the class reunion, Heather’s message is that the more authentic we are, the more we connect with others. Heather hilariously encourages you to lighten up and focus on what’s really important in life. Like a laughter-filled conversation with an old friend, A Perfect 10 is a great gift to give to others or yourself.
Comedian Land (I Ain't Doin' It) delivers witty rants on life in this raucous testament. After posting her first sarcastic video on social media in 2017 and seeing it take off, Land jumped into her career as a stand-up comic, traveling the country and refining a routine that poked fun at her religious childhood, divorce, and life as a single mother raising two children. Land zippily careens through topics such as growing up in the South ("Hometown stores where everyone knows your name and anyone can discipline you in the absence of your mama") and the oddity of millennials' language ("CMC (call me crazy), but all these new words have me wondering how to crack the code on today's streets"), but also offers moments of seriousness in which she explores how her faith has given her perspective and encourages readers to reassess their priorities, change, and grow. "Know that it is OK to be where you are in your season unashamed, unapologetic." The final chapter on finding new love is especially moving. Land's revealing anecdotes and heartfelt encouragements will appeal to Christians who enjoyed Rachel Hollis's Girl, Wash Your Face.