Friday, September 11, 2009

Fun Friday - Books You May Not Know About

Over the time I've been writing my blogs I always try and create some fun, mixed amongst the book writing info, radio show guests and my Sunday UK Blog. The Views, news and Weird News slot has already become quite popular, so I thought I would take it one step further and have a "Fun Friday" blog.

This week in amongst the fact I'd been chosen as a winner of yet another Nigerian Lottery, could get some special blue pills (which by the way you can get over the counter in the UK) and had been chosen to win a free trip to Disney land I actually found something of interest.

I received an email from providing a link to their "Weird Book Room".

So I thought I would share some of the books with you, and honestly these are real books with great titles.

A tongue-in-cheek guide to "dogic" principles features photographs of canine masters Benny, Buster, and Cricket demonstrating key postures, from the "Downward-Facing Dog" to the restorative "Pup's Pose," in a guide that offers guidance to humans on how to build on a yoga practice.

Teach Your Horse to Be Confident, Obedient, and Safe No Matter What You Encounter.

From the lost ancient art of towel folding (yes, there is one, and it does stem from ancient times) comes the newly revived and hot trend The Lost Art of Towel Origami.

Filled with hilarious completed-project photographs and step-by-step instructions and illustrations, this book will provide hours of entertainment. Stun your company by skillfully creasing and crinkling your linen into works of art. You've got everything you need, right in your own bathroom.

Dale Power departs from his usual animal carvings, burying himself in a new art form the manufacture of special boxes for pets and people. Here's one project you wont want to put off till tomorrow. All of the tools and techniques needed to produce strong and beautiful coffins.

Coming next week... "Monk Habits for everyday people"... "How to avoid huge ships" and a few more.

Author of Young Adult Romance/Fiction book
Across the Pond

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