2017 | The Year That Was
2017 was the year that was but certainly shouldn’t have been.
From the increased action in the Russia Investigation and the short-lived appointment of the memorable Anthony ‘The Mooch’ Scaramucci, to White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, revealing a love of garden shrubbery and the details of the internet use of Texas Senator, Ted Cruz, the first year of the Trump Administration is one we’ll never forget — no matter how much we try.
Featuring over 160 pieces, sit back and enjoy a comical take on 2017 as comedian James Schlarmann pokes his stick of satire at the news that was, but shouldn’t have been.
Based in San Diego, James Schlarmann is a comedian, musician, and semi-professional burrito wrangler.
James has received no lifetime achievement awards but hopes that you still buy this book because he likes to feed his children with food.
You can catch James performing live in comedy clubs across the San Diego area.
'2017 | The Year That Was (But Shouldn't Have Been), first published in 2018 by Blue Lens. Blue Lens is an imprint of Blue Lens Films Limited, 71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, West End, London, WC2H 9JQ, UK. Text copyright © James Schlarmann 2017-2018. Cover Design © Blue Lens Films 2018. Cover art by Irving Martinez. The works contained within this book are of a satirical nature. Any resemblance to actual events does not represent a true and accurate account of the facts. The views expressed within this are satirical and may not represent the views of the author or the publisher.