Trophy Husband by Steve Brewer
A Survival Guide to Working at Home

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For 10 years, humorist Steve Brewer entertained America with his newspaper columns about being a work-at-home Dad. This collection, packaged into the least helpful self-help book you're ever going to see, is full of Brewer's hilarious adventures as klutzy homeowner, father of two feisty boys and proud owner of a dog named Elvis, who teethed on sprinkler heads.

"If Erma Bombeck and Dave Barry had a love child, it would be Brewer" -- Virginia Swift, author of "Brown-Eyed Girl."

About Steve Brewer

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Steve Brewer spent twenty-two years in the newspaper business, working in his native Arkansas, Texas, New Mexico, and California, before becoming a work-at-home dad. He is the author of eight mystery novels. Since 1998, his weekly humor column, "The Home Front," has appeared in The Albuquerque Tribune and other newspapers around the country. He now resides in Redding, California.
Published May 17, 2010 by University of New Mexico Press. 192 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Humor & Entertainment, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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