Three new books in the Coffee Table Philosophy series.
…with ALL NEW COVER ART.
I’ve still got softcover versions with the original cover art available. I’ll sign ‘em and ship ‘em free in exchange for Amazon reviews. Though after the originals are gone, they’ll never be available again.
The rest of the Coffee Table Philosophy series is available here.
From now through Saturday, August 29th, you can get 101 things for FREE.
By things I mean fun, party-ready, goes-perfect-with-wine philosophy.
And by FREE I mean $0.00000000000.
101 Questions for Humanity, the hit 1st entry in the Coffee Table Philosophy series:
To get a feel for what you’ll find inside, go here.
But if you need paper between your fingers, the softcover edition is only $5.99.
101 Questions for Humanity is part of a popular series. There’s also 101 Questions for Men, Women, Midnight, and Sex.
So warm up your e-readers and pour some wine.
You’re in for a fun night…
444 Questions for the Universe
The only book you’ll ever want on your coffee table
Having a few friends over? Throwing a party? 444 Questions for the Universe is the ultimate ice-breaker. Grab a glass of wine, put away your cell phones, and watch the night’s discussions catch fire. Meant as a party book, quiz book, and philosophy book rolled all into one, 444 Questions will guide you through hours of energetic, intelligent, and FUN conversations.
Topics range from direct and mild to dark, daring, and sexy…
Includes the entire Coffee Table Philosophy series: 101 Questions for Humanity, 101 Questions for Men, 101 Questions for Women, 101 Questions for Midnight, AND 40 Bonus Questions for Beyond.
Once you answer one Question, you’ll want to answer them ALL…
Individual volumes are available here:
Stay up late.
The best conversations begin while everyone else is sleeping.
The final entry in the Coffee Table Philosophy series.
Jump starting every conversation with a tendency toward darker topics: death, war, sex, and the dark side of human behavior.
Save the best for last…
Check out the rest of the Coffee Table Philosophy series here: