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The Height of Rudeness

Four Sneak Peek Essays Plus One Exclusive!

Celia Rivenbark

St. Martin's Press

In this short e-original The Height of Rudeness, readers will get 5 essays - one never-before-published and 4 "sneak peeks" at the kind of manners advice Celia Rivenbark will be dishing up in her upcoming etiquette book RUDE BITCHES MAKE ME TIRED.

Have you been "wait-listed" for your friend's wedding? Or, worse, have you been told, via engraved stationery, that you should "Please don't save the date"? This odious and ill-mannered trend must stop! How did it start? How should we cope with such an audacious display of asshattery? Leave it to Mama Celia to help in times like these. And a word of warning to brides-to-be? Quit showing off your engagement bling to your Facebook friends. They all expect to be invited and they're already shopping for Soda Streams. 

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Praise for The Height of Rudeness

"[Rivenbark]'s as rebellious, irreverent, and comical as ever." —Publishers Weekly on You Don't Sweat Much for a Fat Girl

“Opening a book by Celia is like going to a great party—at the end of the night, your sides hurt, your mascara’s ruined, and you realize you haven’t eaten anything for almost an hour.  She’s that good.  My biggest hope is that when I find myself riding the bus to hell, I’ll look over and Celia will be sitting right next to me.” —Laurie Notaro, author of The Idiot Girls' Action-Adventure Club

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  • Celia Rivenbark

  • CELIA RIVENBARK is the author of You Don't Sweat Much for a Fat Girl; Belle Weather; Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like A Skank; We're Just Like You, Only Prettier; Bless Your Heart, Tramp; and You Can't Drink All Day If You Don't Start In The Morning. She lives in Wilmington, North Carolina.

  • Celia Rivenbark Erin Whittle
    Celia Rivenbark
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Available Formats and Book Details

The Height of Rudeness

Four Sneak Peek Essays Plus One Exclusive!

Celia Rivenbark

  • e-Book

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St. Martin's Press

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