-NOT A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER-Not even close, says New York Times
"This book is very entertaining - now that everyone survived to look back on it! Hindsight with comprehension can be so humorous; at the same time you're left feeling the compassion and empathy of those who were caught up in it, as we reflect the struggle of our own lives during a time. And in this case, you can't help having the great feeling that comes by witnessing a life triumph. You're amazing Benjamin!
"This is the greatest literary work since literary work began, like whenever that was. I don't know when it was, okay, I just know it was a long time ago. Leave me alone. Hey look, a cute little bunny."
Benjamin Tomes, author of "Confessions of the Unmedicated Mind"
Author and Illustrator Gallery
Pictures for the fandom of random, author Benjamin Tomes, as well as illustrator Nick Hetzel and his amazing artwork.
Potentially humorous book series author of adult adhd books.
Growing up with ADHD, before ADHD, as it pertains to work. Tales of on the job irresponsibility, boredomicide, and a healthy dose of reasons behind keeping a close eye on your easily distracted employees.