MIAMI (PRWEB) November 22, 2019
David Norton is an award-winning television, feature film, commercial, and documentary producer who spent his early years in England and France and now lives with his family in Miami, Florida. He has completed his new book “Grown Up Stuff for Dummies: Some Thoughts for Being and Adult in C21”: a tongue-in-cheek guide to everything from card game etiquette to buying a car.
David writes, “’Grown-Up Stuff for Dummies” covers some of the topics not thought suitable to have been mentioned at the same time as please and thank you, don’t slurp the soup, and it is no longer funny or clever if you burp in public.
Exams and interviews, being rich and poor, contracts, cars and kissing, flying, lying and lawyers, dating, drinking, dentists, and divorce, sports and games on fields and beds; these are just some of the things that confront everyone today—like it or not. So, it is well to have at least thought about them.
This is not a conventional yoga-and-yoghurt self-help volume. It may well not always be the popular view. It will likely raise the odd squawk from the politically correct. So be it, but if nothing else it addresses grown-up stuff all us dummies need for dealing with life in C21.”
Published by Page Publishing, David Norton’s thought-provoking book is a survival guide to navigating a variety of professional, personal, and social situations in the twenty-first century.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase“Grown Up Stuff for Dummies: Some Thoughts for Being and Adult in C21” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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