Still a Nice Guy (Google eBook)

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Phil Torcivia, Apr 14, 2010 - Humor - 324 pages
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Dating is a humorous struggle for a recently divorced man who has no clue what women want.

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Cute, cuddly, and great in bed! I should know because I gave man-birth to this one-pound nugget. You could use a distraction from all of the financial, emotional, and relationship struggles. You need a laugh, don't you? This leafy bugger is the answer. Women will see into the deep, dark minds of men. (Yes, we think with our wee wees.) Men will be angry with me for exposing our secrets. Please support my wine and women habits by buying this book, becoming a fan, and a follower. In return I'll buy a round the next time I see you. Tequila anyone? 


Taken for Granted
Letter to Your Future Ex 21
Dating Profile Lessons 32
Bro Code 44
Hes So Married 56
Spinners 59
Body Language 85
Candles for the Third Time 137
Miss Conceptions 2010 233
Things Id Rather Do 245
Phobias 257
The One That Got Away 268
Keep Swingin 281
Phil the Final 293
Not Cool 306

Dont Be Hating 111

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About the author (2010)

Phil is a bachelor approaching fifty struggling with relationships and romance in the land of the beautiful: Southern California.

Christian N. Wynn was born in California, and his father's military service took the family all over the United States. He now calls Delaware home. The personal experiences of his friends and family are often his most important inspiration for the characters and stories he creates. When he isn't writing, Christian enjoys watching movies and reading written works by Rick Riordan, J.K. Rowling, and Daniel Handler. Christian's lifelong passion for reading and writing eventually developed into CNWynn Publications. His company's mission is to assist self-publishing authors with developing relationships with quality editors, designers, illustrators, and publishing professionals, because every moving story deserves a worthy presentation. Along with the Jack Taylor Cases series, Mr. Wynn's future writing plans include a children's fiction book series based on summer vacation, a juvenile fiction series mixing science fiction with fantasy, and a book of fables based on characters in the Jack Taylor Case series. The profits from the publication of this book will be donated to charity.

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