Book: Unsolicited Advice

In my first foray into the world of eBooks, I created a simple text on how to live a better life… mostly from the perspective of others. It’s cheeky. It’s blunt. No beating around the bush.

I try to tell it like it should be.

 

From the book:

Unsolicited Advice   by Karen Craigs

Are somebody’s bad habits driving you c-r-a-z-y? Perhaps you’re not quite sure what to do about your own? Or maybe you’ve reached the end of your patience and you’re about to throttle somebody… Consider reading this little book for some ideas first. “Unsolicited Advice” is full of short, friendly, easy-to-follow tips on how to break or make a new habit. This book has the guts to politely state what many people are thinking but few actually discuss. Let’s strive to be better people. Read it yourself for fun or pass along a copy to your family, your friends, your coworkers… OK, maybe you shouldn’t go so far as to highlight the EXACT issue that’s bugging you, but you could certainly drop some hints.

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