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Fat is Funny by Michelle Wendt and Wendy Braff

Fat is Funny

by Michelle Wendt and Wendy Braff

189 pages
An overweight, brilliantly funny High School student secretly crushes on her best friend… a boy in her stand-up comedy class. When a new student ruins her theory that beautiful skinny girls can't be funny – she takes drastic measures to reclaim both her spot at the top of the comedy food chain and the boy she loves.

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About the Book
Charlie is really funny… and really fat. She spends her life hating high school, living for her next stand-up comedy class, eating whatever she wants, being the funniest person in the room, and not caring what other people think.

The two things she loves most in life are food and comedy. So she sits in front of her TV for hours snacking and studying the comedy classics with George, her best friend. Their relationship is perfect - she helps him write his stand-up material for class, and he remains blissfully unaware that she secretly has the world’s biggest crush on him.

Life is perfect until Olivia, a new student, joins their comedy class and ruins Charlie’s theory that beautiful skinny girls can't be funny. And when Olivia steals both her comedic thunder and George’s attention, Charlie takes drastic measures to reclaim both her spot at the top of the comedy food chain and the boy she loves. But at what cost?

 

 

About the Author
Michelle Wendt and Wendy Braff

Emmy award-winning Michelle Wendt is a true renaissance woman – writing and directing off-Broadway musicals, sitcoms, and producing TV shows, documentaries, a clothing line, and oh yeah… two little humans called Olivia and Leo. Fat is Funny is her first novel.





Wendy Braff was a writer on “Growing Pains” which is a sitcom your parents used to watch. She was raised on old-school Saturday Night Live and Monty Python and encourages anyone who isn’t familiar with them to go watch them as soon as they’re done reading Fat is Funny, which is her first novel.

 

 

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