Here’s a list of the books I’ve written and you should buy 100 copies of each.
One copy of each.
For 100 friends.
THE NEW DAD DICTIONARY: EVERYTHING HE REALLY NEEDS TO KNOW — FROM A TO Z
So you’re a new dad or are about to become a new dad. Congratulations! But before you pat yourself on the back too wholeheartedly, you probably want to answer some questions:
When your wife says she doesn’t want an episiotomy, do you know what that means?
Do you know how to handle meconium or jaundice?
Are you going to be an authoritarian parent or an authoritative parent? A snowplow parent or a helicopter parent?
If you’re not sure how to answer these questions or don’t even know what meconium is, don’t worry. The New Dad Dictionary — Everything He Really Needs to Know – from A to Z gives you everything you need to know to talk the talk of new parenthood.
Perfect for new dads, kind of new dads and soon to be dad, The New Dad Dictionary — Everything He Really Needs to Know – from A to Z is available for now at any of these fine booksellers.
A**holeology: The Science Behind Getting Your Way And Getting Away With It
To truly be an asshole is an art form. It requires the perpetrator to be cocky yet quietly confident, snide as well as sincere, sneaky while in your face. Better men than most have failed miserably. That’s why there’s this guide—the first book to walk you through the tricks of the trade and the numerous benefits the attitude reaps.
You will find essential information on how to sharpen your prick skills. Whether you’re way too over-the-top and need to tone it down, or are a shy wallflower who needs to turn it up, this book is your crash course in assholeology. You will now be able to get everything you ever wanted—in work, love, and life—by being an asshole.
It’s every guy’s handbook on how to be an asshole, without getting a black eye.
A**holeology The Cheat Sheet: Put the science into practice in everyday situations
Whatever the problem, an asshole knows how to deal. And for those who don’t—but want to—there’s this guide. It takes the concepts covered in the bestselling original and applies them to everyday life.
Now you can quit being a pansy and get what you want without looking like a douchebag. It’s spelled out step by step. Need to sign a new account? Done. Score better seats to the playoff game? Handled. Pick up that girl at the bar? Easy when you’re an asshole.
Class was dismissed at the conclusion of A–holeology. Now it’s time to take to the field with The Cheat Sheet.
Thank You For Not Laughing
Keeping a journal is recommended practice for all writers, comedians and even crazy people. I keep a writing journal. Several. Most of the stuff should never be seen by eyes other than mine, and even my eyes find the writing troublesome. This is the stuff I decided to share. Thank you for not laughing.