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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Gene Simmons is back, revealing his unique philosophy of life in this funny guide to getting more out of every aspect of life, Sex Money KISS...how he got it and how you can too. What will you say right before they put you six feet under? Will you say "I wish I could have...," "I wish I would have...," "I wish I should have...," or will you say, "I did it all. Thank you and good night."
©2003 Simmons Books/New Millennium Entertainment; (P)2003 Simmons Books/New Millennium Entertainment, All Rights Reserved
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By William on 11-29-04

Not worth buying...

As an old Kiss fan, I enjoyed Kiss & Make Up... but this was pretty much painful. Here is a summary of his Guidance.
1. Careful who you marry, it will cost you money.
2. Work Seven days a week and don't waste your time watching sports and drinking beer.
3. Be cheap
4. Do what you are passionate about but have a backup plan
5. If at first you don't succeed, try ,try again
6. Don't do drugs or Alcohol

These lessons are interstrewn with the occasional kiss memory..
This is just basically a cash grab..

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By Blair on 11-02-06

Oddly Enough: A great marketing book

I heard about this from a podcast on being a creative artist. Their current topic was on promoting yourself and tooting your own horn. They recomended this book. I enjoyed most of it. Plus the perspective of keeping it on the straight and narrow leads to less problems and more money. Along with ways to promote yourself. I may not be a rocker, but I will deffinately use these ideas in my graphics career.

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