The Nude Model and the Super Sale

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Ten bucks. 340 pages. No hype. No bull.  I'm talking about my new E-book, "The Philippines Expat Advisor." Why advisor? Because that's what I try to do. I endeavor to inform, amuse and advise my readers that are interested in moving to the Philippines or already living in this archipelago. I'm no intellectual. If you've read my stuff for awhile, you're already aware of that.Downloads

Never graduated from college. Took two "Life Drawing" classes in a local community college to earn eight credits and that's it. "Life Drawing?" Yeah, that's a class in which you sketch nude models for almost three hours.

But don't get excited. The model for my first class half the time was some guy named "Bill." In full disclosure, I will confess to you that I enjoyed sketching the female models much more. I was not married at the time. 

I asked one of the female models out. She had a robe on. It was break time.  That didn't work out very well. Her boyfriend had been killed about a year before on the parking lot of the college by a disturbed student. She wasn't ready to meet anyone else yet. 

For the past three years I've been "blogging." I came out with an electronic, digitally-enhanced, super-duper publication that a person can download (after payment) two years ago. Had the unwieldy title of "The Philippines: Guide to Moving to and Living in Paradise." 

Earlier this year I completely revamped that E-book and renamed it. Took the "paradise" out of the Philippines. Called it "The Expat Guide to the Philippines." Don't get me wrong, I love living in the Philippines but it's no paradise. Anybody that tells you it is, probably also tells all the women he has a 12-inch "pee pee."

In an effort to expand the E-books I have for sale in digital download format, I recently released another E-book: "Make Your Move. Retire to the Philippines NOW!" But I felt it was more of a companion volume to my former "Expat Guide." I felt "Make Your Move" would be a far better product that I would be proud to sell on my website if I combined it with "The Expat Guide to the Philippines." Thus, I've launched "The Philippines Expat Advisor." It's 340 pages long and is selling for ten dollars for the next three days only.

 

The new E-book is a combination of my previous "Expat Guide" and the short-lived "Make Your Move." I've juiced it up, re-edited it and added a bunch more pictures and graphics. I now feel it's one of the most comprehensive guides you can find on the topic of moving to and living in the Philippines. I can honestly say that without my nose growing into Pinocchio-like proportions. 

After the special promo sale of ten dollars, I'm pricing the advisor at $27.00. Save 17 bucks and order it today. I will never offer it again at the reduced price of $10.00.  And I'll be keeping the new book around. I'll be offering more E-books in the new future, but will be concentrating more efforts on promoting the new book. Check it out today. For ten bucks, you really can't go wrong on this deal. 

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Author: The Kano

POST AUTHOR: "THE KANO" aka "THE CRUSTY OLD EXPAT." Dave DeWall, "The Kano", is the Publisher & Editor-in-Chief of "Philippines Plus" in publication since August 2009. He is also the CEO of Lizard Poop Productions and author of the best-selling guide book "The Philippines Expat Advisor." Dave moved to the Philippines in July 2009 from Central Illinois with his lovely wife of over 19 years, "The Sainted Patient Wife." The couple reside in a rural province in Western Visayas, Guimaras. The small island province is said to have the sweetest mangoes in the world. They do not have any children but are the proud owners of eight active canines, including a Belgian Shepherd called "Killer" "Killer" has bitten five people in the last two years along with one goat and a carabao. "Killer" doesn't like strangers. Or goats. Or carabaos.

17 thoughts on “The Nude Model and the Super Sale

  1. Is it just one Super book now? or is there diferent books avail? I know it would be a little crazy to print 340pgs but would like to be able to take it anywhere and read or reference. I would not like to have to sit at computer to read. How about multiple devices such as to my phone?

    1. Yep, that’s a good way of putting it, Bret. It’s one big “Super Book” now.OK, Brett, I’ve partnered with Lulu and just created a paperback, hard copy of the book. It’s available for 39.00 US Dollars plus shipping and handling from Lulu. Full color cover, black-and-white interior pages to cut down the cost. The regular downloadable E-book will go to the regular price of $27.00 in a couple of days. Thanks for your interest. I’ll be promoting the hard copy on my website soon. Here’s a LINK to Lulu where you can purchase the book now if you would like to have it in the hard copy form.

      1. Hi Dave.Im about half way through reading the new Ebook and loving it .I salute you for being brave enough to share so much of your personal life ..I can relate to much of your experiences .So much useful information here for anyone thinking of retiring in the Philippines or even visiting for that matter……Enjoy the humour ………..HIGHLY RECOMMENDED READING

        1. Hi, Bret, I’m running 25% off the price of the paperback, hard copy, of the book for a limited time. That brings the price down to $29.25. The publisher, Lulu, takes the biggest cut, but if you go to this LINK you can take advantage of the price reduction. Thanks.

  2. Dave, I just finished reading your ebook and I highly recommend it! I’m not sure if you are looking for any reviews but feel free to publish mine:

    Dave DeWall’s PHILIPPINES EXPAT ADVISOR is an excellent guide for anyone thinking of moving to the Philippines, it will easily save a new expat thousands of dollars. I have visited the Philippines before but still learned a great deal of new information from reading Dave’s book, and I found it to be much better than the two Philippines guide books written by other expats that I have read. I love Dave’s down to earth, often humorous writing style. His book discusses both the good and bad aspects of living in the Philippines and has a checklist to help you move there faster. It covers preparations to make before you go (visas, vaccinations, shipping stuff there, etc), culture and the best ways of interacting with Filipinos and Filipinas, scams to watch out for, marriage and divorce, the lower cost of living, ways of transferring money to the Philippines, working or running your own business there, and it even has advice for you single guys on dating Filipinas. A very worthwhile read!

    Lance

    1. Thanks so much, Lance. I value your opinion. It’s glad to hear that you’ve found the book informative and useful. I appreciate the kind words. To be honest, the new book is my most comprehensive work on the topic of moving to and living in the Philippines. I’ll have more books on the way but will also still stick with my daily postings on the website. Thanks again, Lance, and thanks to everyone for your support.

    1. The non-swimmer on the cover of my new E-book is very beautiful, Fearless Frank, and a very nice young lady to talk to. So typical of the many Filipinas you find here, as you well know. I don’t doubt there are a lot of ladies back in Guimaras anxiously awaiting your return. 😛

      1. Dave, I heard about this one guy in Guimaras who came up on this long line of pretty Pinay’s, that he thought were waiting for a Jeepeny. After waiting with them for quite a while, he decided to ask “how long before the Jeepney gets here?” One pretty Pinay answered, “Oh sir, but we are not waiting for a Jeepney, we are waiting for ‘Frank’ to return!” 😆

        1. Hopefully “Sir Frank” is on his way, Randy. You don’t need the charm and good looks that the “Fearless One” has to find your own Filipina beauty, but Frank’s got the ladies waiting here for him, no doubt. 😀

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