John Puckett


Born in 1966, John Puckett has written professionally and for pleasure for more than 30 years. He earned a degree in Journalism from Samford University in 1988. His first job as a grownup was sports editor and humor columnist for The Southern Times, a small newspaper in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, which foresaw the demise of print journalism due to the Internet and proactively shut down in 1990. Since then, John has worked in the fields of marketing, public relations and communications, and is a freelance writer and editor in his spare time.

He and his wife, Kristin, live in Alabama with three children, two dogs, and several thousand blades of crabgrass.

You can visit his world-famous blog (really! Last month six people from Ghana stopped by!) at

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The Man Rules
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 52,770. Language: English. Published: July 14, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire, Essay » Literature
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For millenia, Men have tried to define what exactly it takes to be a Man. Finally, after decades of exhausting research (with a few bathroom breaks thrown in), John Puckett has created the essential guide to Being a Man. This book answers some of the burning questions of Manhood, including: - How can I become rich? - How can I win an argument with my wife? - Should I get a tattoo? And more!

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