F*ck It, I'm Buying a Cabin (Paperback)

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F*ck It, I'm Buying a Cabin (Paperback)

By Jesse Regis, Stephanie Sosa (Illustrator)


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F*ck It, I'm Buying a Cabin is a fun and relatable picture book for any adult who's ever felt burnt out by the grind of corporate life. Told in clever rhymes and featuring whimsical illustrations, this book follows the journey of Sarah, a millennial who decides to ditch the city and head for the hills in search of a simpler, more satisfying life.

Our protagonist, Sarah, is tired of soul-sucking work life and inconsiderate roommates. So, one day, they decide to say "f*ck it" and take control of their life. With a bit of research and a lot of guts, they buy a cozy cabin in the woods and set out to build a new, more liberated existence.

F*ck It, I'm Buying a Cabin is a playful reminder that it's never too late to change your life. Whether you're looking for a new career, a new home, or just a new outlook on life, this book will leave you feeling motivated and empowered. So, what are you waiting for? Say "f*ck it" and start living the life you've always wanted!

In addition to the book's inspiring story, Sarah's identity as a queer woman adds an important layer of inclusivity and diversity to the book's message of embracing new possibilities and taking control of your life.

Another fun fact: F*ck It, I'm Buying a Cabin is based on a candle of the same name from the subversive Virgins On Fire Candle Co., the brainchild of founder (and the book's author) Jesse Regis.
Jesse Regis is the founder of the fun and subversive Virgins On Fire Candle Co. A New Jersey boy, Regis was a fundraiser for one of the best art and design colleges in the country and the largest community-based food pantry in New York City. He was also a community organizer on a winning presidential campaign. Regis earned a degree in political science from George Washington University and lives in Brooklyn, NY, with his partner and their rescue dog son, Rockwell “Rocky” Rufferman.

Stephanie Sosa is a biracial illustrator who uses design to explore cultural identity and social theory. She earned a degree in graphic design from North Carolina State University and is currently based in Raleigh, NC. Outside of her design work, you can find her teaching piano lessons, volunteering with Sino-diaspora organizations, and making conversation with just about anyone.
Product Details ISBN: 9781955905329
ISBN-10: 1955905320
Publisher: 100 Block by Row House
Publication Date: September 19th, 2023
Pages: 32
Language: English