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Popular Christian comedian Tim Hawkins is now an author with the release of his first book Diary of a Jackwagon.
I’ve been a fan of his comedy for years now so I was naturally interested in what he had to share in a book.
Hawkins shares his humorous thoughts on everything from parenting and families to church, education, and more.
Each chapter addresses a different topic in a short, “thoughts written in a journal” approach. In fact, the chapters are a collection from 20 years of his comedy journal writings.
If you’re familiar with Tim Hawkins you may recognize some of the material from his shows but much of it is fresh.
I enjoyed this book a lot. I actually found myself laughing out loud at times. However, I found a few of the chapters rather flat. Sometimes I felt it would have been funnier listening to him deliver it than reading it on a page which makes me think this would be excellent in audiobook form.
Overall, I felt this book was a fun read, great for picking up when you need a laugh or just want to do a little light reading.
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