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The New Kids on the Block

David P. McMullan

Pages: 206
ISBN: 978-145755-350-9
List Price: 17.95
Available: April 2017
Edition: Perfectbound

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The Dream of Retirement Life Finally, being able to relax and enjoy life without the stress of a job.
The Reality of Retirement Life The freedom to stay at home, so that you can deal with one of the many nagging aches and pains that are now part of your golden years.
This book will make you smile at times and laugh out loud at times, never forgetting just how funny and ironic life’s journey can be.

This is David P. McMullan’s third book, including the critically acclaimed “Common Sense: Does It Still Exist in America” and the adventure novel “Behind the Curtain”.
David, who considers himself to be Semi-Retired, lives with his wife, Patricia in Ft. Myers, Florida.
Since he has maintained his real estate broker’s license and conducts numerous training and motivational classes and seminars throughout the year, the term “semi-retired” might be a bit optimistic. He holds a degree in Psychology from St. Francis College in New York and spends much of his leisure time determined to find a way of lowering his golf handicap, knowing full well that the older he gets, the harder that can be to achieve. After all, there are only a finite number of tee boxes for one to use. Spending quality time with his children and grandchildren remains a top priority. According to David: “Watching them grow and mature is one of life’s greatest gifts”.

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When Ray first entered the publishing industry, authors relied on “vanity presses” to produce their work – many of whom would charge $15,000 or more and leave the author’s garage filled with hundreds of books. Ray, along with coworker Alan Harris, joined forces with Miles Nelson to create Dog Ear Publishing to provide the author community a self-publisher with a heart. The group’s application of new technologies and publishing on demand reduced the cost of publishing a book to a fraction of what it had been for previous generations; authors now have the ability to publish a book in as little as six weeks and print as few as a single copy.