"Life During Peacetime" is an essay by Matt Forney about his exploits with a blogger groupie. It is a short piece, which is why I'm thankful he calls it an essay and not a "tome" or a "book," but just so you know up front, it's about 30 pages or so.
The e-book version is only 99 cents and the paper back is $8.99. Whether it is worth the money depends on your tastes and preferences, but I would say definitely for the e-reader, not so much for the paperback. For $8.99 you can get a real book that will consume more of your time.
Costs and pricing aside it is a very well written book. I keep forgetting that Matt is younger than me because he is such a good writer. When I read his stuff, it usually sounds like it's coming from a 45 year old. However, his youth shines through with a wee-bit too much crassness and vulgarity. Naturally, you all know I like to curse, but I try to eschew crass sexual topics, of which there are many in this book.
Still, if you're looking for a short read too kill part of an afternoon or this kind of book is up your alley and I'd recommend buying the book. But if you want a book length work of fiction or have a weak stomach like I do for overly gross sexual details, I would not advise it.