Never Take Advice from an Unscarred Man

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Trafford Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 144 pages
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In his new collection of short stories, author Dennis Kolb shares the wisdom that came laced with the bumps and bruises he earned along the way through his life. From hunting for whitetail deer to the challenges of looking for a job after leaving the navy, Kolb shares funny moments and challenging times with wit and humor. He knew he needed to be willing to make the mistakes and happily take his lumps as he journeyed toward his goal a life well-lived. Along the way, he imparts his own brand of wisdom for example, you can't reason with animals or machines, and sometimes repeating the same action gets different results. He knows about humiliation, and he knows about success; he also knows that timing is everything! In Never Take Advice from an Unscarred Man, Kolb recalls his time as a small kid through the last half of the forties, his crazy teen years, his life in the navy, and beyond. The educational bruises and mistakes Kolb recounts have had far more influence on his happiness and success than any formal education could have. In these charming, homespun stories, he offer memories of times past for all to experience and enjoy.
 

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About the author (2011)

Dennis P. Kolbwas born and raised in central Wisconsin's countryside without indoor plumbing or an abundance of cash. Indoor plumbing was installed the year he married. He spent more than thirty years working a swing-shift and hobby farming on the side. He continues to live in Wisconsin today.

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