Publication Date: 28 May 2022
Categories: Humour, Self-HelpISBN: 9781914471681
You may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks; but a younger dog may be about to teach you new life skills.
Bobs, the self-declared ‘world’s highest achieving dog’, brings you this indispensable self-help guide for people everywhere who aspire to greatness. Unleashing his unusual insights, gained from Hollywood to walks in the local woods, Bobs explains how very difficult things are actually very easy to do.
An over-confident and delusional cockapoo who believes his own day-dreams or an inspired force for positivity, peace and progress in the world? Whatever the challenge, Bobs thinks he knows the answer to everything. Perhaps he does.
Work your way through this self-help guide and discover for yourself the power of assuming things will be easier than they are in a journey of the absurd. These could be some of the most enlightening, poignant and ridiculous words ever written by a furry household pet.
Former journalist Jonathan Cross has worked as a writer and sub-editor on local and national newspapers, and has spent two decades in public relations. He has previously worked for the NHS, ITV and in the media, his career beginning at the Northampton Chronicle & Echo. Jonathan lives in Nottingham with his family, where he currently runs his PR consultancy business.
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