Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy: Advice from Rock’s Ultimate Survivor
Ozzy Osbourne (Author), Chris Ayres (Contributor)
Trust me?? Okay, probably an ex-cokehead who is still alive in his 60’s can give some pretty good advice but, call me crazy, I’m skeptical.
If You Want Closure in Your Relationship, Start with Your Legs: A Guide to Understanding Men
Big Boom (Author)
Then there is this book which no one needs to read because the advice is in the title.
Become a Total Man Magnet: Make Every Man Fall in Love with You Instantly – Make Him Chase You Down Desperately and Beg for Attention
Sylvie Nicole (Author)
I guess this one doesn’t do what it promises since it only got one star on reviews on Amazon. If the advice did work we all would be locking ourselves in the bathroom.
Tickle His Pickle: Your Hands-On Guide to …….
by Tickle Kitty
Yup, I deleted part of this title which you can find by going to Amazon and searching the author. (I have a PG-13 rated blog) this book has averaged 4 stars so it might be a really good advice book. If anyone wants to try it I’d be happy to post your review. (your PG-13 rated review)
An Incomplete Education: 3,684 Things You Should Have Learned but Probably Didn’t
Judy Jones (Author) William Wilson (Author)
Seems to me as far as advice goes this book has none, but it might be the answer to gaping holes in our education.
I have read a few advice books over the years. I don’t think I gained much if anything from them. I can’t even remember one title. I take that statement back; when I was pregnant I read Nine Months Reading and found it very helpful. Have you read any good advice books? Tell me in the comment section.