John F. Groom
John F. Groom has been involved in a wide variety of writing and publishing ventures, both in print and online. Groom's free-lance articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Builder, Export Today and elsewhere. Books he has published have been reviewed favorably by the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Orange County Register, and a Fox news program.
What the media has said about Groom's web sites:
CNNfn: "Success caught Groom by surprise, but sometimes even journalists find it satisfying to learn that nice guys can finish first."
Yahoo: "Be sure to contemplate their thought of the day and send in your own good news."
USA TODAY: "Positive Saying of the Day has found a niche in cyberspace."
Reuters: "Groom chooses bounce-back stories, stories of quiet heroism."
Web Magazine: "a brilliant use of the Web"
Netscape's Netcenter: "Unbridled rants that can brighten even the dullest day"
The Boston Globe: "John Groom also understands that man's nature is contradictory"
Playboy: "Entertaining rants on topics such as NBA labor negotiations and government waste."
The sites have also been featured on CNN Headline News, NPR, major radio stations throughout the world, and many other print and online media.
Where to find John F. Groom online
Living Sanely in an Insane World: Philosophy for Real People
by John F. Groom
Approx. 19,270 words.
Published on February 15, 2012.
Would you like to be more productive, have more energy, less jealously of others, a better, more focused plan with your life?
Do you ever ask yourself: Why do I feel so tired? What's the point? What can I do to achieve my goals? Why doesn't the world make more sense? Why do such good things happen to bad people, while bad things happen to people like me? Living Sanely helps get you sane again.
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