In this biting look at cancel culture, America’s favorite game show host accidentally sends an offensive tweet, turning fans, friends, and fame-seekers alike into an angry mob eager to voice their displeasure.
Mo Riverlake has spent his entire life seeking the limelight, and by age forty, he's finally made it. Rich and successful as host of the popular quiz show Hats Off, he’s on top of the world until a simple typo triggers a chain of events that lands him in lockup. Every action on his way to Hollywood becomes twisted into a prejudiced slur or false narrative that keeps him trending on Twitter.
With his show sunk and his career crumbling, can Mo clear his name and find happiness again? Find out in John's page-turning satire that reminds us all that sometimes a typo is Just a Typo.
"Irreverent and heartfelt, this story will appeal to readers who enjoy a solid dose of cultural commentary and adult humor in their books. The author creates compelling characters and a well-paced story set against the backdrop of ambition and the celebrity lifestyle... the story maintains a lighthearted viewpoint and a ready sense of humor all the way through."
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