Let's be realistic. In this technology-driven era of computer communication, texting, andFacebook stalking, few remember how to interface face-to-face. The art of communication hasbecome more Picasso than Rembrandt, and "Club Rules" are quickly fading into an era of things people used to know.
This is unfortunate and need not be! In The Club Rules: Pubs and Clubs, Boys and Girls, Authors Johnny Mac and Kimberly D. refocus us on these important rules with an updatedtwist from both the male and female perspective.
Whether you're young or old, recently single or recently divorced, following the rulesoutlined in The Club Rules will not only help you successfully navigate through the clubscene, but will also guarantee you a blast while there.
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About the Author
Johnny Mac has been single from his late thirties to hisearly forties, and loving every bit of it! Being single with the confidence and freedom he has inhis forties has allowed him to utilize the same social skills for the night life that he employs everyday in building his own business.
Kimberly D. first discovered the intricate and involved world of pubs and clubs while studyingabroad in the UK. Through her experiences in one particular pub there, she learned that she nolonger needed to base her self-confidence on the amount of attention she was receiving fromothers. Through her clubbing experiences, she is constantly learning different techniques andbetter ways to handle herself to ensure a fun evening.