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Calling All Men - How to Slay Your Inner Princess, Nineteen Ways to Man Up
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 12,090. Language: English. Published: September 21, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Guaranteed to make you laugh until you puke your stomach lining out your nose, get ready to rip the diamond and emerald studded tiara, sun umbrella and pink bunny slippers out of your arse forever! This little book is filled with sarcastic humor aimed at how emasculated men have become in our modern society, with a sprinkling of timeless wisdom about how to show up as an authentic man.

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  • Tantric Zoo: A Bud Warhol Mystery on Sep. 23, 2011

    I just bought this book and frankly I could not put it down. I was surprised by the flow, twists and turns that kept me wanting to read it late into the night. I hammered this book down, Man-style, in 2 days. Longhran knows how to weave an edge of your seat mystery and Bud fits the definition of a man! Kent Rodgers - Calling All Men, How to Slay your Inner Princess.
  • Beamish Boy (I Am Not My Story): A Memoir of Recovery & Awakening on May 21, 2012

    I'm always amazed at how the human spirit can overcome so many challenges and disadvantages. Beamish Boy outlines the true life journey of Albert Flynn DeSilver. Beyond being a great read, entertaining, heartbreaking and ultimately inspiring, it is also a testimony to how we can all learn to thrive despite what life brings our way. It just so happens that I know Mr. DeSliver personally. I know what a fine man he is and how he shows up in this world in a way that is seeking to better the lives of everyone he touches. That's what is so amazing about this story because when you get to see a personal journey that goes from a horror to a life of joy and service, it is a marvel to behold. Mr. DeSilver takes on on such a journey and in going along for the ride, anyone who reads this book will find not just a ray of hope to rise out of despair but a blinding Phoenix rising from the ashes to bring out the best in all of us. This book is worth your time.