Sarah valiantly struggles with waking up in the morning, being productive, and dealing with social situations.Sarah's Scribbles is the comic strip that follows her life, finding humor in living as an adulting introvert that is at times weird, awkward, and embarrassing. ...
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Herding Cats (Sarah's Scribbles #3) Reviews
I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irrational devotion to her feline friend but was disappointed they were so few in number. Despite the title and cover picture, most of these comics are not animal related. That doesn't mean I didn't find humor in them ...more
These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersen always magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They're short and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things and feel a proper sense of relief. And I'm beyond grateful, as always.
With characteristic wit and charm, Sarah Andersen’s third collection of comics and illustrated personal essays offers a survival guide for frantic modern life: from the importance of a ...more
I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly.
I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come.
In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page.
*I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing, and Netgalley for this copy in exchange for an honest review.
This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things).
The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it.
This is the second book I've read from this author, the first one was Adulthood Is a Myth which was also excellent.
If you love cats and have a quirky, introverted personality then you will find a kindred soul on Sarah's novels.
I’ve read most of these already on Sarah’s instagram page, but I loved this all the same! I wish there were more pictures and a little bit less text, though, I appreciated that stuff about artists and self doubt. Still, 20 more pages of comics would’ve been nice, right?
This is me.
This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review
This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it.
This is for pet lovers and people who feel overwhelmed by the polarised politics of today. This is a comic for the socially anxious or the person overwhelmed by news; the book lover, the music lover and the person with unpopul ...more
Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You’ll get some good chuckles. And you’ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings.
Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketches.
This time, these two hit closest to home:
Recommended if you need something light and relaxing.
>>> ARC received thanks to Andrews McMeel Publishing via NetGalley <<<
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This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received as an ARC in early 2017, and I was bemoaning the wait-time between books. Sarah Andersen gets what it's like to be a moody, anxious, cat-loving, people-avoiding artist, and her hilarious comics reflect the nail-biting int ...more