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"Goldfarb's satire turns the genre on its ear...warps it like a fun-house mirror, to hysterical effect. Piss-yourself funny."  (regarding HOW TO FAIL:  THE SELF-HURT GUIDE) --The Philadelphia Lawyer, "Happy Hour is For Amateurs"

"This is like the Bible for screwing up, except a little more awesome. Would that make Aaron Goldfarb a prophet for failures? We'd like to think so." (regarding HOW TO FAIL:  THE SELF-HURT GUIDE) --Jason Diamond, editor, Jewcy

"'How to Fail' is reminiscent of a classic that raised eyebrows sixty years ago: J.D. Salinger's 'Catcher in the Rye.'" (regarding HOW TO FAIL:  THE SELF-HURT GUIDE) --Len Edgerly, The Kindle Chronicles

About the Author

Aaron Goldfarb lives in New York and writes screenplays and stageplays, most notably "The Honey Trap."  THE CHEAT SHEET is his first short story collection.  He also has a novel, HOW TO FAIL: THE SELF-HURT GUIDE, the world's first self-hurt guide.

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  • File Size: 332 KB
  • Print Length: 168 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 9, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004ASNE0G
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,325,763 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Aaron Goldfarb is the author of the satirical novel HOW TO FAIL: THE SELF-HURT GUIDE, the world's first self-hurt guide, the opposite of a self-help guide and the "equal" novels THE GUIDE FOR A SINGLE MAN and THE GUIDE FOR A SINGLE WOMAN. He also has a short story collection about the sexes, sex, and sexiness in New York, THE CHEAT SHEET, and a collection of essays called DRUNK DRINKING. He writes frequently for Esquire and is also a screenwriter for television and film.

Visit him at aarongoldfarb.com, chat with him at aaron@aarongoldfarb.com, or follow him on twitter.com/aarongoldfarb

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This book is just more proof of how talented writer Aaron Goldfarb can be. Couples in various situations, and how they handle them, are found in this book. Aside from being in New York State, they don't have too much in common. Some of the stories finish the way you think they will, Some have a twist ending that might knock your socks off (well, they did mine). Goldfarb's writing always leaves me hungry for more.
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By Jake P on November 23, 2014
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Great and fun read.
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That's proper use of an ellipsis by the way. You think I engage in hyperbole? No, not at all. Aaron Goldfarb's The Cheat Sheet is one of the greatest short story collections known to man. Am I kissing his ass? No, not at all. I consider Aaron to be a close, personal friend. I loan him Kindle books and show concern for his well being on Twitter. Did you get that lock of hair I sent you in the mail, Aaron? We need to hang out, I cut my hair just like yours. Please don't ignore me.
Anyway...you'll like The Cheat Sheet if you like variety and unpredictable characters in your short stories. Aaron Goldfarb is a student of humanity. And, he likes beer if that convinces you to buy his book.
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