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About the author:
Dave Schwensen is an award-winning humor columnist and entertainment journalist. A nationally recognized comedy coach, he is the author of "How To Be A Working Comic: An Insider's Business Guide To A Career In Stand-Up Comedy," "Comedy Workshop: Creating & Writing Comedy Material," and "Comedy FAQs And Answers: How The Stand-Up Biz Really Works."
As a consultant and trainer, he has designed and instructs courses for colleges and universities on how to use humor and creativity in business communications and presentation skills.
A self-proclaimed pop culture historian, he is the author of "The Beatles In Cleveland: Memories, Facts & Photos About The Notorious 1964 & 1966 Concerts."
Father's Days... And Nights
Humorous Tales From The Frontlines Of Fatherhood
When asked about his children, every dad worth his weight in fatherhood has stories. The best ones are like the collection shared in this book: entertaining, funny and full of love.
Author and humorist Dave Schwensen declares his life was never the same after becoming a father - and neither was his nervous system. Thanks to his wife Debutant Deb and their sons Dangerous Paul and Chaos Kevin, the author accepted his diminished family role as instigator and observer and wrote about it every week in his award winning newspaper humor column, "Something To Laugh About."
"Father's Days... And Nights" includes twenty of the author's favorite columns about parenthood from a father's point of view. With the emphasis on family humor, this book is the perfect traveling, waiting room, beach, poolside, easy chair and back yard companion for every family member.
"Off the success of his book 'The Beatles In Cleveland,' Schwensen goes back to the roots of his writing, his family. The book is a collection of 20 stories detailing the ups and downs of fatherhood through his personal stories and family humor." - The Photojournal
"Schwensen still has plenty to say, both humorous and insightful. It's about situations we all can relate to, either as a father or seeing something which people can relate to their fathers." - Westlife Newspaper
- Publication Date:
- 0615679919 / 9780615679914
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Humor / Topic / Marriage & Family