You Want Me To Do What? is a humorous journey through the three most demanding training programs in the US Miliary - Navy SEAL training, Army Special Forces training and Army Ranger training...by one... More > of the few men who have attended all three of these arduous programs and survived to tell about them.< Less
Download your copy now! 100 full color pages of my funny designs and visionary thoughts. Save it to your computer and print out all the full color design pages as in the original paperback.... More >
Immediate gratification of the burning questions you've always wanted answered. Can we be both cheeky and spiritual at the same time?
Does higher consciousness have a bawdy side?
Is it possible for a spiritual path to be funny? The answer is a resounding YES!
The Great Cosmic Happy-Ass, aka Diane English, takes you on the journey of her spiritual path with 100 full color pages of hysterical cartoons and visual affirmations while proposing laughter as a spiritual path. It works for her! This book is your starting point to higher consciousness,samadhi,transcendence and sainthood. Use it well and don't pee your pants.< Less
Mark Steyn says:
"By the way, Kathy Shaidle has a new e-book out. I'm so square I'm not sure I quite know what that is, but I've read it, and it reads like an old-fashioned non-e-book, only... More > better.
"You should get it.
"She has fans around the world: in the course of the last year, I've sat in a restaurant on the beach at Malibu and at the Savoy Grill in London and listened to various long-distance admirers regale me with favourite examples of her prose..."< Less
The first collection (2004) from Tom Fishburne's Brand Camp series. Includes over 80 cheeky marketing cartoons from 2002 to 2004. Brand Camp cartoons cover provocative business issues on marketing,... More > innovation, sustainability, design, and management. First drawn on the backs of Harvard Business School cases as a popular student strip and later emailed to a handful of colleagues at General Mills, Brand Camp has grown by word-of-mouth to reach thousands of marketers each week and appears regularly in blogs, web sites, and publications such as Brandweek, Market Leader, and the Asian Wall Street Journal.< Less