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by Barbara Cohea

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Sometimes you just have to let life go to the wayside and have a good laugh; this collection of short stories and quips is the perfect solution for just that! Every story had me laughing out loud (and had my husband looking at my quizzically) as Barbara related her version of life as she sees it. I read it in an afternoon and probably could have used a few more stories...will be looking for more from this author. ( )
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A collection that puts a comic twist on the common everyday craziness, outrageous nonsense,, and almost unbelievable stupidities that make up our human condition. Intelligent Life on Earth? has a cast of human characters every reader will find familiar. Your friends, neighbors, family members, yourselves, and the random stranger on the street are all here, doing the darnedest of things. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Barbara Cohea has lived and traveled around the world. She has been a scientist, teacher, naturalist, state park ranger, national park ranger, cruising sailor, photographer, and writer. The author of more than 100 publications ranging from nitrogen's effect on pre-commercial asparagus growth to the different ways of eliminating garden pests to the Northwest Arctic Borough's health newsletter, she found her niche in 2004 with writing humor articles and never looked back. She currently lives on Cumberland Island in Georgia, and is a humor columnist for the magazine Outreach NC. Intelligent Life on Earth? is her first book.

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