The Poop Diaries: An Inside Look at Plumbers' Most Awkward, Hilarious and Memorable Service Calls
They come inside our homes. They see us in our most private, and sometimes embarrassing moments. They know us inside and out, but have you ever asked to learn more about them? The Poop Diaries is a nonfiction, humorous book that features stories from plumbers—men and women—about their most awkward, hilarious, memorable and frightening service calls. Abby Ross, an Austin-based former journalist, current marketing professional and first-time author spent two years interviewing plumbers. She was inspired to write the book after her toilet clogged on a Wednesday evening. One eye opener from the book—it is not only about poop. Drugs, nudity, ghosts, sex toys, rats...The Poop Diaries has a little bit of everything. Join Abby's live reading of some of the best stories and bring your questions!
About our speaker:
Abby Ross has specialized in communications, public relations and marketing since 2003. She began her career as a television news reporter, transitioned into public relations, and is currently a marketing leader, specializing in cybersecurity. Throughout her windy career journey, writing has always been her favorite part of the job. In 2018, a clogged toilet inspired Abby to write her first and only book (so far), The Poop Diaries. The book was published by Black Rose Writing in February 2020. Shortly after its release, the book was listed as the #2 top new release on Amazon in the humor and business section. The audio version is currently in narration and will be released soon.
When she is not working, Abby loves boxing, kickboxing and HIIT training. She also loves spending time with her husband and two boys, Felix and Heller.