Everybody lies—especially when dating. Fortunately, Luke has your back. A self-appointed honesty enforcer, he volunteers at bars using VR optics and data mining in his quest to referee the game of love. He'll keep you honest and send you home happy...if you play fair.
Thirty-five years ago, ten children were abandoned in a pit of quicksand by mile-marker thirty-five to protect the reputation of the all-powerful Chiswick family. Saved by the local bag lady, they now meet annually as The Society of Miserable Bastards to bestowing blessings upon the family that abandoned them, one by one. And tonight, they have a very special guest indeed...
John Locke uses 35,000 words to explain what could be taught in approximately 6,000. The book is mostly padding. The three central ideas he pitches are useful and will be valuable to a lot of self publishers, though two of the three are already matters of common practice.
Verdict: it's worth the $5, but it's not the goldmine it positions itself as. Approach it with moderate expectations, and you won't be disappointed.
His fiction, though, is really kick-ass :-)