Do you remember the self-help book I put out a few years back? Well it's in a brand new printing, so I figure it's time to plug it again.
Do you ever wish you could spend your day frolicking about without ever worrying about a thing? Do you wish sex was less relationship-driven and more of a recreational activity? Do you wish you could do a double back flip, and kill sharks with only your nose?
This best-selling motivational book has helped millions lead the fulfilling lives they always wished they could, and now with the new chapter on whistle-based communication, you can do all that and help get ideas across to others in a more efficient manner.
The problem is the lack of PayPal accounts among marine mammals.
Hmmm..."bestseller" is a word, so "bestselling?" I'd toss a coin.
On that last...again, I am no grammar and syntax scholar, but if I were writing it, say as a blog-post title, I would capitalize both words, with or without the hyphen. I'm easy like that. But I would probably leave out the hyphen in this case.
Even as a Christian, this is not my favorite (or even in the top five) spiritual-themed book, BUT I have a great deal of respect for Rick Warren. Finally, an evangelist who is at least doing what he does for the reasons the rest of them SAY they're doing it...and not getting rich from the effort. Refreshing.
And I would totally trade in my job for ocean-frolicking and whistle-based communication. And nobody would ever fax me anything. Paradise. Except for the sharks.
The author lives in Vancouver, Washington, USA with his girlfriend and a menagerie of cats, rats, fish, birds, guinea pigs and robots.
Among other inanities, he strives to use investigative techniques to work young starlet breasts into every aspect of rational discourse -- focusing on the discourse, thus making it not perverted. Also, has recently begun a career as "Internet hairstylist."
He can be contacted via email and Jabber IM at 'email@example.com'. He likes to be contacted.
(All press inquiries, however, ought be directed towards the author's agent, Alistair Hoel, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.)