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I’ve Moved…Follow Me to My New Website!

24 May

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Hey folks…It’s time again for me to move to a new website! But this is a good change so make sure to follow me! In anticipation of the release of my book, I’m trying to get all of my blogs and social media sites under the same name.  You can now find me at Peter Monn! I’ve loved the time that I’ve spent on Peterisms, but it’s time for me to move on and change is good thing! Please follow me below and stay tuned for more honesty and raw humor in my daily blogs and updates about my upcoming book and future projects! xo

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I Got a Book Deal!

10 Mar


For as long as I can remember, it has been my dream to be a published author.  Writers to me are celebrities and their characters are people who I develop intimate relationships.  While others admire athletes and models, to me, I have always looked up to writers.  Interestingly, the authors who are my idols are not necessarily what people might guess.  I’m obsessed with John Green, Stewart O’Nan, Lynda Barry and Jerry Spinelli, and if I had the chance to meet any of them, would probably instantly fangirl and lose my shit…literally.  Authors, their books lined up in bookstores or listed on Amazon and eBooks are legit.

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The Best New Year’s Eve Movie EVER!

27 Dec

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If you haven’t seen it, you won’t believe me, but 200 Cigarettes is the Best New Year’s Eve Movie of all time! The ensemble cast weaves beautifully and hilariously through the streets of New York City all trying to find love before the clock strikes 12! Trust me…it is truly awesome!


What are your favorite New Year’s movies???

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Planning For 2014

27 Dec


I’m an avid list maker.  On the last day of every year,  I make a list of all of the things I want to accomplish in the coming year.  This year will be no different, but I’m starting a little earlier than usual.  I’ve been thinking a lot lately, especially since I’m starting to feel the clock of life ticking, that there are a lot of things I want to do in my life that I haven’t even begun.

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