The Problem with Women... is Men: Volume 2 - A Social Media Memoir [NOOK Book]

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On the heels of his internationally acclaimed book The Problem with Women... is Men (Vol. 1), author, relationship expert and Social Inspirationalist Charles J. Orlando is doing it again... transforming the relationship and marriage self-help genre by offering real-world thoughts, inspiration, and thought-provoking perspective to a worldwide audience on Facebook. Hundreds of thousands of people read his writing every day, and now you are cordially invited to get involved. /theproblemwithwomenismen is the first ...
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The Problem with Women... is Men: Volume 2 - A Social Media Memoir

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Overview

On the heels of his internationally acclaimed book The Problem with Women... is Men (Vol. 1), author, relationship expert and Social Inspirationalist Charles J. Orlando is doing it again... transforming the relationship and marriage self-help genre by offering real-world thoughts, inspiration, and thought-provoking perspective to a worldwide audience on Facebook. Hundreds of thousands of people read his writing every day, and now you are cordially invited to get involved. /theproblemwithwomenismen is the first Socially Engaged book, offering the reader the opportunity to become part of the experience online. Read the book, visit the page and join in the conversation... gaining the perspective of thousands in the process. Visit http://facebook.com/theproblemismen and see for yourself.
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Editorial Reviews

Jenna McCarthy
There's a reason Charles J. Orlando has over half-a-million fans on Facebook following his words and musings. He's honest, transparent, knowledgeable, and is the perfect combination of ‘Hitch’ meets ‘Dear Abby’.” — Jenna McCarthy, author of f It Was Easy, They'd Call the Whole Damn Thing a Honeymoon
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013785038
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • Publication date: 1/1/2011
  • Series: The Problem with Women... is Men , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 165
  • Sales rank: 333,249
  • File size: 317 KB

Meet the Author

Charles J. Orlando is an author, speaker, online personality and relationship expert best known as the author of the acclaimed book The Problem with Women... is Men: Volume 1 - The Evolution of a Man's Man to a Man of Higher Consciousness. He is also the sole voice behind the smash-hit Facebook advice and relationship page: The Problem with Women... is Men. Charles leveraged his successful 17-year high-tech career to build the marketing and Social Media strategy behind his book launch. And the results have been staggering.

As word of his insights and expertise spread, his advice page on Facebook quickly rose from a small following of 600 Fans (March 2010) to over 560,000+ less than a year-and-a-half later (and growing)... with the increase in awareness driven purely on word of mouth. As his popularity grew, Charles started a free advice column on his Facebook Page ("Ask Charles"), where he responses personally to all inquiries (in excess of 50 requests per day). After his article, "Why Women Cheat: A Married Man Goes Undercover on AshleyMadison.com" made the homepage of MSN.com and Yahoo! Shine, it was optioned for a feature film, and Charles was contracted to write the screenplay. Since, Charles has been tapped to host a radio show, video game episodic content, online dating site spokesperson, and much more.

Charles is an active member of Mensa ("the High IQ Society"), is a contributing writer to a variety of online and print publications, and is regularly tapped by TV and radio shows for his relationship and marriage expertise, including Self, Men's Health, Shape, and The Reporter.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2012

    Facebook One Liners...

    I expected an actual book when I purchased this, at minimum a series of stories to explain how Mr Orlando came to the conclusion of the title. What I found, instead, was a series of one liners.. .some not even that impressive. *shrug* I guess I should have kept my following of this author to just Facebook.

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