What Would Wonder Woman Do is actually a book

You can learn all sorts of things typing something as simple as a phrase into the Google searchbar. That’s what a did last week while struggling to come up with another post for my Wonder Woman Does Thursday feature.

I simply typed “What would Wonder Woman do” into the search bar. (I was happy to see my original blog introducing this series on the first page of suggestions.) And I found out not only is there a book with this title, but also a Facebook personal blog.

Wow.

Perhaps I should have done the search BEFORE I claimed the catch phrase for a series on my blog.

What if it was trademarked?

Anyhow, you can check out the Facebook blog here.

Read on to learn about the book: WHAT WOULD WONDER WOMAN DO? AN AMAZON’S GUIDE TO THE WORKING WORLD

Doesn't it look like a fun read?
Doesn’t it look like a fun read?

Here’s the description from Amazon: Beyond saving the planet, let’s not forget that Wonder Woman also holds down a full-time job. In this hilarious and empowering handbook, the most popular female comic book character unveils her secrets for being a super hero in the office and finding your inner Wonder Woman. Ace a job interview, combat a tyrannical supervisor, move up the corporate ladder, handle office romance, and more. Pairing original comic book art with wry text, this colorful hardcover is perfect for the working girl looking to unleash her inner superpowers onto the daily grind.

Reviews suggest this is a perfect gift for someone who loves Wonder Woman. Or even as a gag gift for someone at your office.

Feel free to add it to my wish list. I’d be happy to have a few chuckles along with Wonder Woman.

And who knows, it might even give me more blog ideas.

What is the strangest thing you discovered while doing a Google search?

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