Based on a popular "New York Times" article, "The Journal of Best Practices" is a hilarious and compulsively readable memoir by a former Second City writer who combats his Asperger's Syndrome and reinvents himself by creating a list of "best practices" to manage his quirky behavior and try to save his marriage.Based on a popular "New York Times" article, "The Journal of Best Practices" is a hilarious and compulsively readable memoir by a former Second City writer who combats his Asperger's Syndrome and reinvents himself by creating a list of "best practices" to manage his quirky behavior and try to save his marriage.Read Less
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