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Otterocity! Field Guide

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The Otterocity Field Guide is a self-help book that will help you negotiate the waterways in your life. Otterocity is incorporating the traits and attributes of otters in your life to bring about change, growth and ultimate joy. Follow the simple ideas and concepts in this field guide book and you can bring a joyful spirit to your life.It will allow you to identify areas o ...more
Paperback, 198 pages
Published April 5th 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Tim Northburg
Oct 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I wrote this book as a follow up to Otterocity! I wanted it to be a guidebook for inspiring you and to help motivate you into action to bring a joyful spirit to your life. We all face challenges. It is how you meet those challenges and it is the attitude you choose to take when facing those challenges head on that makes the difference in your life. I hope you enjoy.

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In 1993 I started writing my first book-- freehand. Two years later, I completed it. I was so excited about my accomplishment that I looked up my English teacher from High School and asked her to read it. She did, but the feedback she gave I was not expecting. She told me it was poorly written, was just a bunch of ideas strung together and that I should try doing something else. Disheartened, I pu ...more