Great summer reads: "Robert's Rules of Karaoke" a guy-lit novel by Elliot Olshansky

Olshansky's romantic comedy is available from publisher, distributor TheWriteDeal

Twenty-something New Yorker Rob Olson wants what any young man would: a great woman who can appreciate, not only his hockey addiction, but his Friday night Karaoke habit. A consummate planner, Rob lives by rules, especially the ones he and his best friend Chuck come up with for their favorite pastime, like “Robert’s Rule of Karaoke No. 24: Never take on Freddie Mercury. You and Freddie both lose.” But when Rob meets Liz, a free-spirited artist with the self-assurance to stand up to his overbearing mother and to his best friend’s naysaying girlfriend Gia, it’s the end of his world as he knows it. Whether he’ll end up feeling fine is another question altogether.

Elliot Olshansky is a lead writer for and covers the NHL’s New York Rangers for The New York Hockey Journal. His sports writing has also appeared in publications including the New York Daily News, the Burlington Free Press and Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal.

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