Chicken Chisme; The Fine Art of Gossip by Ben Romero

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While it isn’t necessary to read the two other books in the series to follow along, you’ll no doubt want to after reading this endearing work.
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Gossip is an art. It does not have to be cruel, demeaning or malicious. In fact, it can be fun if used in a kind way. For some people it is the only form of communication that brings pleasure. And while gossip has developed a bad rap, talking and listening is a two-way street. We have as much a need to be heard as to listen. One elderly woman advises her granddaughter that a husband who listens to his wife is worth his weight in tacos. This book contains gossip-based short stories from several authors. As one of them points out, If you have nothing good to say, then “don’t say nothing at all.” This book is dedicated to people all over America who love to gossip without malice.

 

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My wife, Evelyn walked in the front door, a pair of yellow thongs in her hand. "Look I what I have for you." It made sense. They were easy to slip on and off, yet sturdy enough for a nineyear- old. "They'll be perfect for our trip to the beach." &
 
Published November 16, 2005 by Trafford Publishing. 190 pages
Genres: Self Help, Humor & Entertainment, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Amy Edelman on May 22 2013

While it isn’t necessary to read the two other books in the series to follow along, you’ll no doubt want to after reading this endearing work.

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