seize the day job
Buy this book and you’ll hold the key to success - by following
Tim and Carl's advice on what not to do in life. And it's also a
safe and easy way to fight back against Al-Qaeda by laughing
your ass off.
Just buy the book. We'll explain it all inside...
It's a satirical
advice book, we've made a million mistakes and here's how you
can avoid winding up like us. It’s funny as hell and a great read,
but don’t just take my word for it. Check out what a few other movers and shakers have to say!
“This book is funny and insightful – plus you feel patriotic for buying it!”
– AJ Jacobs, Esquire magazine editor and national best-selling author of “The Year of Living Biblically” and
“Seize the Day Job’ is not just a funny book, but a great way to stick it to Al-Qaeda for under 20 bucks.”
– Carlos Mencia (yes, THE Carlos Mencia!)
“I may be ADD, but I went OCD for this book!”
– Jay Davis, HBO’s “Tourgasm”
Tim Joyce is a writer/performer based in Chicago where he lives with his wife Connie and his Hurricane Daughters. His previous work includes "Life: The Final Frontier", a humor book he also co-wrote with Carl Kozlowski. Tim was the featured poet in the 2005 edition of "The Willow Review" and has written several plays that have been produced in Chicago and regionally, including "Diner Tales" which received a Jeff Recommendation at the Raven Theatre in 2006.
"Be a Renaissance Man:Set off to discover the New World in a leaky wooden ship."
Carl Kozlowski won the title of "America's Funniest Reporter" from the world-famous Laugh Factory. He writes for Pasadena Weekly, as well as Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Details, Motto, Worthwhile and The Progressive. As a standup comic, he's worked with the legendary Mitch Hedberg, Dane Cook, Dave Chappelle and Lewis Black among many other stars. He lives in Pasadena, California.
"They should have a decoder box for roommate ads on Craigslist. If you see the phrase 'Cool, laid-back guy,' it really means 'schizophrenic meth fiend.'"