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ARC REVIEW: The Escape Manual For Introverts

The idea that introverts may need this guide was inspired. I can say I’m an introvert all day long, but extroverts reading this may finally get an idea of what that actually means for me in real life.

The strategies are divided into five situational categories: Friends, relatives, coworkers, acquaintances, and strangers.

The book even includes a handy dandy Plausibility of Excuse Absurdity graph for reference.

Side note from me even extroverted spoonies will benefit from some of the strategies presented inside. Sometimes you just need to get away from a crowd of people even if you actually like them. Read more about The Spoon Theory here.

I’ve got no criticisms at all related to this book and you should check it out August 6 when it drops onto Kindles everywhere.

By Jenny Naughton

JENNY NAUGHTON and her husband share their 1930's era Chicago home with four sons and a daughter. A voracious reader, Jen reviews books before their release for dozens of publishers on her page: Windy City Reader. Jen also blogs (on WordPress!) about classical, mostly secular, home education at Good Enough Homeschool.
In her spare time, she runs an online book club for teens and helps other home educating family match their kids with the perfect book for them.
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