“Liz Tells Frank What Happened In…” The Books!
Do you enjoy Liz Tells Frank, but wish that it could be a little bit more… eBook-y? Boy howdy, you’re in luck! After two years and over 120,000 words, the best of Liz Tells Frank What Happened In… has been compiled into two volumes available for download NOW. And one of them is FREEEEEEEEE!
Liz Tells Frank What Happened In…: Volume 2 brings together another 20 classic entries, including The Cabin in the Woods, Dance Moms, and the 1996 Doctor Who back door pilot. In addition, exclusively for the book, Liz tells Frank about nerd classics like The Courtship of Princess Leia and ALL SEVEN SEASONS of The West Wing.
Plus, for the more digitally-savvy pop culture enthusiast, there’s 100 percent more video game content, including the book-exclusive retelling of Mass Effect 3! And not only does Liz tell Frank about breakout web series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, but Lizzie Bennet co-executive producer Margaret Dunlap, in her foreword, reveals the SECRET ORIGINS of how she and Liz first met!
From “Liz Tells Frank What Happened In Tucker Max’s I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell“:
Frank, I’m working really hard to forget all the terrible things Jesse Bradford is saying to girls, but suffice it to say they include words like “fuckhole” and “knife.” Then, of course, he critiques Our Hero for being sexist. MOVIE YOU ARE DRUNK.
Volume 2 is now available from Amazon for just $0.99! (More digital vendors to come!)
Volume 1, with a foreword by the eponymous Frank Smith and cover art by Asa Shumskas-Tait, contains classic entries like Batman and Robin, Night of the Living Dead, Showgirls and Left Behind — plus five book-exclusive entries covering everything from Oscar-nominated The Help to Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse to the 2002 Rollerball remake.
Nice things people have said about Liz Tells Frank:
“There’s a lot of joy in this book, as well as humor. I laughed A LOT, especially the Bones recap. If you like pop culture you’ll enjoy this.” — Felicia Day
“Something that will restore your faith in both humorous books and Americans in general… Liz is pretty awesome. She is the best kind of geek, the geek who genuinely loves these things and can talk about them eloquently.” — El Dink
“Liz has lots of feelings… and they’re all hilarious.” — Barrett Garese
“I have already purchased a copy of my very own. At $2.99, can I afford not to own a copy of Liz Tells Frank? I don’t think so.” — Margaret Dunlap (The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Eureka)
“I always enjoy your deadpan wit and utter disregard for some things.” — commenter Lieke
“The less free time I have, the more I appreciate [Liz Tells Frank].” — Sam Haber
“Well, it’s definitely your voice.” — Liz’s mom
“It was hysterical. The kids were yelling that I couldn’t be ‘working’ if I was laughing that hard.” — Cyndy the copy-editor
From “Liz Tells Frank What Happened In Rollerball“:
God, I have written over 1,400 words so far about Rollerball. I am the Chris Klein of the sport Rollerball when it comes to complaining about Rollerball. Which is to say, I am good at it, but I am also dead inside.
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