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February 23, 2010 10:00 ET

Newly Released "How to Make Divorce Fun" Is Gender Neutral, Irreverent, and Invigorating

Book Helps Men and Women Facing Divorce Move From Abject Depression to Righteous Indignation and Have a Little Fun in the Process!

"I could not put this book down...Great for men or women!" ~ C. Lopez, Las Vegas, Nevada

CASPER, WY--(Marketwire - February 23, 2010) - Julie Collins and Trey Anderson have released their latest edition of How to Make Divorce Fun to "offer hilarious and real-world advice for people facing the horrible tragedy of divorce."

Chapters include "The Cruel Surprise," "Recuperating from Divorce Will Resemble an A.A. Program," "Identifying Your Ex," and so much more. Notes Julie, "This self-help book is R-rated and honest."

For example, the author explains that the notion of no-fault divorce "...not only sucks, but it is a lie! It is always someone's fault." She elaborates by explaining the three deal-breakers that inevitably result in divorce: cheating, physical or verbal abuse, and addiction - to drugs, alcohol, work, or sex (though "not with your spouse, ask Hillary"). In How to Make Divorce Fun, readers facing one of these painful predicaments will find a sympathetic but take-no-prisoners approach for moving on.

All told, this fast-paced book for both men and women who find themselves where no human ever wants to go ultimately advises readers, "Don't just survive divorce. Have fun with it!"

How to Make Divorce Fun (2009 Edition) is available at:

www.howtomakedivorcefun.com
www.amazon.com
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www.facebook.com/pages/How-To-Make-Divorce-Fun/278417631049

For more information, contact the author at Howtomakedivorcefun@gmail.com

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How to Make Divorce Fun (2009 Edition) by Julie Collins and Trey Anderson; Nonfiction; Soft cover; $19.95; ISBN: 978-0981801506

Authors: Julie Collins and Trey Anderson have been best friends since the 5th grade. Both are twice divorced and raising children on their own. Both have benefited deeply from learning, albeit the hard way, that settling in the mate department just isn't an option.

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