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Rick has been terrified of the internet ever since he accidentally became a meme five years ago, when a video of his asshole grandpa totally owning him in a fight went viral. After giving up his dreams of being a musician, Rick is stuck bartending at a comedy club and accompanying comedians on his drum set from behind a curtain. When he learns that subpar musicians like Shawn Boston have been able to make it big on the internet without any talent, his best friend convinces him to make a video exposing Shawn’s lack of musical skill.
As the artist of the adorable Punk Kitty enamel pin and patch brand, Lindsey has always relied on her good looks and natural charm to sell her work at comic conventions. When the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 causes all the year’s conventions to shut down, Lindsey is forced to turn to the scary world of eCommerce. After weeks of no sales, Lindsey thinks she’s doomed. But when she catches massive internet celebrity Shawn Boston plagiarizing her best friend’s art for his new album cover and creates a video exposing him for it, she blows up overnight.
Rick and Lindsey meet in the comment sections of each other’s videos exposing Shawn Boston. Will their collabs lead to love? Or will they, too, fall into the trap of getting canceled online?
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Perfectly early pandemic, and perfectly RK & Savy
I loved this book! This was a fast, easy listen, and very easy to get wrapped up in the story. The energy & culture of the early days of the pandemic were captured really well, which brought this story alive for me.
What I also loved is that I could absolutely tell this was written by these specific authors. If you came across this book by chance, the authors host the Your Morning Guru YouTube morning show together, and they complement each other so well. This story felt like an extension of their show - I’m not sure if that makes sense, but it’s the best way I can describe it. I’ve only been watching the show for a few months so I wasn’t around when they wrote it, but apparently they wrote it, (not sure if all, or just parts of it), while on the livestreams - this has made me want to go back and see them in the creative stage!
Also throwing out a compliment to the narrator here - love his voice!