Thursday, September 19, 2013

The Art of Procrastination (Isle Doitlayter)

The Art of Procrastination
Isle Doitlayter
Amazon Digital Services
Fiction, Humor
***+ (Okay/Good)

DESCRIPTION: Procrastination is more than simply avoiding doing a task. At its highest levels, it becomes an art form, a carefully choreographed series of actions drawing out the avoidance for minutes, hours, days, or weeks. Learn some of the many ways to procrastinate in this handy guide... or simply read it to avoid doing whatever you were supposed to be doing in the first place.
A Kindle-exclusive title.

REVIEW: A quick read, it delivers just what it promises: a tongue-in-cheek guide for the would-be procrastinator covering everything from bathroom breaks and laundry to housework and cleaning out the oven. The topics rarely last longer than a couple of pages each, long enough to make their point. I docked it a half-mark for some repetition and uneven editing, plus some clunky prose. On the whole, though, it's not a bad little time-killer for the price.

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