How to Woo a Bi'Aaatch

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AuthorHouse, Jul 2, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 100 pages
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Let's face it- Most guys in America know nothing about dating. They either lack the ability to attract women, or they blow it right from the beginning. For all of you out there that want to know the inside scoop to hitting all the right notes, "How To Woo A Bi'aaatch" is a funny, light hearted, no-nonsense motivational guide that will help make a difference in your life. This book is entertaining, sincere, humorous and insightful. " Woo" is the "key" to attracting the right girl.


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"Great book! Lots of good advice. Can't wait to try it out. Oops! I forgot, I'm happily married. Oh well, maybe in my next life." - Micky Dolenz "The Monkees"


"How to Woo a Bi'aaatch takes basic principles and breaks them down in a simplistic format so that ANY man can pick up a decent woman." - Chris DiVecchio "Actor"


"I agree wholeheartedly with Brian's point of view. This is great book about dating that will put a smile on your face and an ace up your sleeve." - Gregory Lemkin "Writer/Producer"

"I think all guys need a little kick start into understanding the complexity of a woman, Brian makes it simple!" - Justin Melvey "Days of Our Lives"

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About the author (2008)

Brian Zoo Zoo was a real So-Cal Ferris Bueller. He was no high school star athlete or student body president. Matter of fact, he even failed art class. During his teens, Zoo Zoo was a popular weekend babysitter and the neighborhood gardener, but never had much of a girlfriend until the age of 18. One night while out with his friends, he caught the eye of a cute innocent girl and created a lovely rose from a bar napkin for her. It became clear he had started a new romantic trend. Until this day, he finds himself teaching others the gift of the rose. With his insight garnered throughout the years in the dating Capitol of the world, he has discovered the “key” to catching a girl's attention.

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