(Without Starting War)
By Earl Chinnici
Looking for a family-friendly card game that will provide hours of entertainment without quarrels or pouting?
This probably isn’t for you!
Actually, the card game called stick your neighbor can provide hours of fun with little to no pouting or fighting so long as all the players understand and agree upon the rules before playing.
That’s where this little book delivers.
Though the rules set forth in this book are by no means “official,” they should help create an environment free of bloodied noses or crumbled cards and pave the way to bliss even in the most dysfunctional of families.
(Disclaimers: Previous statements not based on reality. Results may vary.For entertainment purposes only.Use at your own risk.)
How does this book “tie” to the previous book listing?
The American Civil War is the setting of the previous book, The Candle Star by Michelle Isenhoff. The author of HOW TO: Stick Your Neighbor (Without Starting War) hopes to help prevent a repeat of this time in history.
About the Author
Earl Chinnici was born April 18, 1970 in Miami, Florida. In the summer of 1982 his family relocated to Lake City, Florida.
His first book, “Maybe You Should Move Those Away From You” is an intimate account of his journey to overcome severe tobacco cigarette addiction and also conveys the story of the start of his writing career. He is now working on several fictitious masterpieces as well as additional non-fiction.
Besides writing, Earl Chinnici also owns and operates a remote access computer help desk and consulting service, the website you are now viewing, and is on a team of administrators of a large writers group, especially for independent authors of clean fiction.
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