From the award winning blog HeadRambles.com, this popular humor title is now available in the United States.
Online PR News – 05-August-2009 – – The internet is for young people, but nobody told Grandad!
Grandad is Ireland's most cantankerous auld fella. His problem is that he is getting old, increasingly grumpy and even little things are driving him mad.
To get things off his chest, Grandad started to write posts on his blog, headrambles.com, and in this book he offers readers some of the best and funniest of those daily messages. From anti-smoking legislation to the eccentricities of the local council's roadworks, Head Rambles is a must-read for everyone who enjoys a good grumble.
Head Rambles builds on the success of HeadRambles.com, putting into print some of the finest and funniest posts from this award-winning blog. Grandad has lived an outspoken blogging life since he first started posting in 2006. Grandad is an ordinary bloke. He's sane. He even has a certificate from his psychiatrist to prove it. He says that he is making great progress. Grandad's only problem is that he is getting old. That has a good and bad side. The good side is the good looking girls don't feel threatened any more, he can pay for things with small change when there is a long queue and people will only mutter. The bad side is that he is increasingly grumpy and even little things are driving him mad.
HeadRambles.com was the winner of the Irish Blog Award for Best Personal Blog in 2008, and nominated in 2009.
Grandad, a.k.a. Richard O'Connor, is a Wicklow-living, tourist-hating malcontent. He worked for many years at RTE, before retiring and setting up his own business. He lives in a small cottage with Herself, enjoys his pipe, the odd pint of Guinness and blogging.
For more information on where to buy Head Rambles, visit http://www.theirishbookreview.com