Japan Took The JAP Out Of Me Book Tour

As per my previous post, my life has kind of hit a bit of a stumbling block, so I can’t quite write a full review of Japan Took The JAP Out of Me by Lisa Feinberg. I’m towards the end of the first chapter, so here are my impressions and thoughts so far:

It’s pretty hilarious, there are gratuitous uses of the f-bomb. I’m not bothered by that sort of thing at all. Basically, Lisa is newly married, right, after the wedding, her husband announces they are moving to Japan for two years. We see Lisa deal with culture shock in the first chapter, including Japanese schoolgirls mistaking her for Meg Ryan. Here’s the kicker, Lisa is very high maintenance so she finds it hard to adjust to a somewhat minimalist lifestyle. The writing style isn’t weak or lame, the humor isn’t forced.

Expect a full review later.

Here are some blogs where you can find more information:

The Life (And Lies) of an Inanimate Flying Object: http://haleymathiot.blogspot.com/
The Neverending Shelf: http://neverendingshelf.blogspot.com
Drey’s Library: http://dreyslibrary.blogspot.com/
A Sea of Books: http://aseaofbooks.blogspot.com/
Libby’s Library News: http://www.libslibrary.blogspot.com/
Bookin’ With Bingo: http://bookinwithbingo.blogspot.com/
Readaholic: http://bridget3420.blogspot.com/
That’s A Novel Idea: http://thatsanovelidea.blogspot.com
Starting Fresh: http://startingfresh-gaby317.blogspot.com/
Just Another New Blog: http://justanothernewblog.blogspot.com/
Blog Business World: http://www.blogbusinessworld.blogspot.com
My Friend Amy: http://www.myfriendamysblog.com
Chick With Books: http://www.chickwithbooks.blogspot.com/
Book N Around: http://booknaround.blogspot.com/
My Book Views: http://my-book-views.blogspot.com/
So Many Books, So Little Time: http://purplg8r-somanybooks.blogspot.com/
Keep on Booking: http://keeponbooking.blogspot.com
Reading at the Beach: http://ilratb.blogspot.com/
Found Not Lost: http://jmomfinds.amoores.com/
Brizmus Blogs Books: http://brizmusblogsbooks.blogspot.com/
I Read: http://sumanam.wordpress.com/

About April (Books&Wine)

April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.


  1. Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com says

    This sounds like it would make the best chick flick 🙂

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