Jeff Wysaski, public prankster extraordinaire, is at it again with a new series of hilarious bookshop pranks from his critically acclaimed “Obvious Plant” fake publishing company. After planting fake book store sections, he has now planted self-help books with fake covers for unsuspecting shoppers to discover as they browse the aisles of an unnamed bookstore in West Hollywood.
Christian self-help is a sub-genre so ubiquitous that when I entered a Christian bookstore and asked for the self-help section, one employee looked at me quizzically and said, “Well, that’s pretty much everything in here, unless you’re looking for a Bible.”
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Many self-help books are published in January to capitalize on the New Year/New York mentality and bookstore promotions tied to it. Publishers such as HarperOne and Seal Press publish self-help throughout the year, but also have new titles out to reach readers eager for personal transformation.
Fans of Philly faves Johnny Showcase & The Mystic Ticket will be familiar with a character called Rumi Kitchen, whose stock in trade in that band is that of Showcase’s “spiritual advisor.” But that’s really only the beginning of Kitchen’s cosmic onion: Kitchen, it turns out, is also in p