by Evan Kail
When Kail realized his family’s wealth could only be referred to in the past-tense, he decided to take advantage of the gig-economy rideshare opportunity to earn a wage while he chased his dream to be a screenwriter. The end result was he became a memoir writer and produced this book. Here he entertains the reader with tales of his experiences driving around some pretty quirky people and the make-believe conversations he has with them. Buyer beware: if profanity turns you off, this book is probably not for you.