See Ya Later: The World According To Arron Crascall
A window into the world of comedian and social-media star Arron Crascall.
In the same vein as his favourite TV show, The Wonder Years, old Arron (full of See Ya Later wisdom) meets young 13 year-old Arron (who needs a firm steer) and tackles all the big stuff.
In See Ya Later, social media star Arron Crascall embarks on a life-changing journey of discovering what truly makes him happy. As he revisits some of the key moments in his life, Arron will give his young self some words of wisdom on how to navigate the big issue of being a contented and fulfilled grown-up.
Using a mixture of autobiographical narrative, diaries to his 13 year-old self, love letters, early letters to Santa and a collection of his favourite playlists and TV shows, the book will cover all the key life milestones.
Arron will explore his own academic struggles, school bullying, dating mishaps, scrapes, the failed jobs (particularly the full-time job that involved putting up marques over six week period and then not working for the rest of the year), and take us up to the online fame he has found (including some of the funniest pranking situations he has encountered) He will also deal with how to gets to grips with settling down and the hilarious realities of pregnancy and parenthood.
First published: Thursday 21st September 2017
- Publisher: Trapeze
- Pages: 240
- Catalogue: 9781409169369
- Released: Thursday 28th June 2018
- Publisher: Trapeze
- Pages: 256
- Catalogue: 9781409169383
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