Putting On My Good Face.
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: iUniverse (11 Oct. 2016)
By: Ken Willidau (Author)
Written for people who have worn out a worn out mask their whole lives, depending on who they rsquo:re hiding to seek or seeking to hide, Putting On My Good Face contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers an example of how to look good, regardless of how bad it can be, from the wonders of pre-conception to the bitter end of story. :
Willidau has danced to his own soundtrack, wasted his time being wasted by it, been uninspiring to others, become the fiction he rsquo:s read of, tuned himself in to channel two, and fought the mother of all internal battles with himself for complete control of his mind, just to end up with more questions than answers of who he should be and when to be it. Ken Willidau rsquo:s philosophy is that if you have to be two-faced, you should at least know when to be the right one, at the right place and the right time, and not trying to be a one-face who no one likes everywhere, all the time. Willidau takes the best that he has been and disguises it as the best he can only be, trying to get everyone to where his bad doesn rsquo:t lie and his good is his truth you can rsquo:t go wrong with as long as it rsquo:s right with you. :
Chapters face what faces us all in life and, just between me and you, deals with the truths you shouldn rsquo:t really believe you see but the truth is seeing is believing. Among them, ldquo:I rsquo:s Without a Face rdquo:, ldquo:Filling My Face rdquo:, ldquo:Facing the Music rdquo:, ldquo:Down in the Face rdquo:, and ldquo:Placing a Face rdquo: make you face up to the mask you rsquo:re wearing through life. The time is spent with one of two sides of a double entendre joker using dark and light humour, insults masked as jokes, punchlines and slapstick humour. Spending your time with Ken will make you think all is right and good in his world after he rsquo:s left to badmouth it to others. :
Putting On My Good Face is a perfect read for those times when you know who you aren rsquo:t and want to do it to the best of your abilities, too. To be seen to be believed, but not believing what rsquo:s being seen. Let rsquo:s bury our faces.
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