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Confessions of an Angry Dwarf - A Dwarven Guide to Dwarfdom (Exceptional Advice for Adventurers Everywhere #4)

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Just because you’re short, crotchety, seldom bathe, like to drink, and have a beard doesn’t make you a Dwarf. (1)

To see how much you differ from the typical (2) Dwarf, you have but to read Confessions of an Angry Dwarf. If you still think you’re a Dwarf after reading this concise guide to Dwarfdom, then you will not be the only one full of surprise.

Confessions of an Angry
ebook, 86 pages
Published November 14th 2013 by Joseph Bailey
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Nov 19, 2013 Joseph Bailey added it  ·  (Review from the author)
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The EA'AE books are guides one might happen upon within the larger multiverse created in the Chronicles of the Fists trilogy... fantasy books giving farcical advice for professions and people that don't exist (even if we may want for them to... or not).
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Through such simple questions as, "What if we lived in a world where our beliefs were real, tangible, and actualizable?" Joe explores the possible through thought, fantasy, wit, and character.

Including influences such as Shunryu Suzuki, Tolkien, Krishnamurti, Iain M. Banks, Laozi, Stephen R. Donaldson, Philip Kapleau, Raymond E. Feist, Edward O. Wilson, Dan Simmons, and David Bohm, Joe creates exi
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