5 stars on Amazon
Here’s Jane. See Jane go on a date. See Jane fail—oh no! Jane, no!
I mean, really, what’s a Jane gotta do to land a man so she can, finally, kick singlehood to the curb? Dating is a nightmare for single women today. When the “rules changed” single men became more difficult to understand than ever before. The answer is, go back to the basics, to the time before the rules changed.
What to Do When Jane Knows DICK About Dating shows you how to make dating as simple as the “Dick and Jane” series once made reading. If you’re looking for the unfiltered truth about men and dating combined with wit and commonsense, this advice book is for you. It brings sense and success back to the six-letter nightmare called dating.
It’s a parody, it’s an advice book, it’s a quick-read but—most of all—it’s successful. Make your dating-life worth living again. Don’t expect to be bored, by any means, when you read advice such as when to throw a man who eats his own bait (or his mother) back into the swamp from which he slithered! Leave Dick, leave.
Dieting is war, and it's one society continues to lose despite the multi-billion dollar industry the "battle of the bulge" has become.
Based upon a simple Power Point created by General Colin Powell to mold leaders on the battlefield and in boardrooms, The Four-Star Diet teaches us how to end our dieting woes and wars within our own kitchens. It arms readers with the necessary artillery to find lasting happiness as the leaders in their own lives while enjoying four-star fare with the confidence and control of a four-star general.
Considered the intelligent person's guide to eating and living, The Four-Star Diet stonewalls treating its readers like the vegetables other diet books do. It won't tell the reader what to eat or recommend the best diet for her; rather, this book recognizes, salutes, and supports the reader's experience and attempts at dieting in the past while placing and keeping her in the best frame of mind for dieting success in the future. And it does so cleverly, sensibly, and humorously by combining the wisdom of General Colin Powell with that of additionally, incredible leaders, including names such as Abraham Lincoln, Marilyn Monroe, Malcolm X, Mahatma Gandhi, Henry Ford, and even Dr. Seuss as well as enlisting personal accounts of the author's own life.