The Unconventional Guide To Joseph Fine

ISBN 979-8985347814 

Meet Joseph Fine, whose surname is a painfully accurate assessment of his life at the moment. On paper, everything about him appears to be, well, fine. Successful lawyer. Respected by peers. Financially sound. Check, check, check. Well, not quite. This quirky, (just about) five-three guy decides to drop everything to venture thousands of miles from his uncomfortable comfort zone to figure out what it takes to live life and find love. 

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Meet Joseph Fine, whose surname is a painfully accurate assessment of his life at the moment. On paper, everything about him appears to be, well, fine. Successful lawyer. Respected by peers. Financially sound. Check, check, check. Well, not quite. This quirky, (just about) five-three guy decides to drop everything to venture thousands of miles from his uncomfortable comfort zone to figure out what it takes to live life and find love. ISBN 979-8985347814

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In The Unconventional Guide to Joseph Fine, Joe takes charge of his life and breaks with the stereotypes that go along with first impressions to create a reality that is more than fine.

Allen Danzig
Author and Former Attorney.

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Significance of Reading and Influence Great Books Had on me

I’m attracted to funny, entertaining, and smart. I’m talking about books. What did you think I was talking about?

Books that move, books that jump, books that grab me. And make me pause and think. Please don’t be long-winded or preach. Just tell me a good story and let me fill in some of the details or think about what it means. Give me contrast – happy and sad, ups and downs, good and bad. Layer it with emotion. Maybe even make me tear up in the end. And stay with me years later.

I remember the writers who affected me. The ones with a voice. And something to say. I’ll read along, and when it’s really good, I feel the writer is winking at me. She knows it’s good too. Is she becoming my imaginary friend?

And if it makes sense, I’d like a happy ending. Because ultimately, I’m optimistic.

What Readers Are Saying

Readers across the nation love The Unconditional Guide to Jospeh Fine. Find out what were their favorite moments from the book, and how they were inspired.

“With echoes of Jack Kerouac and Woody Allen, Danzig sharply documents the protagonist’s triumphs and disappointments against beautifully realized depictions of Venice and the French Rivera. A thoroughly enjoyable romp.”

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Ian Berger

Baltimore, Maryland

“Allen Danzig brings an exciting and dynamic new voice to storytelling. A brilliant novel detailing the emotional journey of a fascinating character.  I couldn’t put it down. “

Dr. Mitchell Silverman

Scottsdale, Arizona

Allen Danzig’s deadpan humor and dry wit provide an exhilarating reader experience, as we follow Joseph’s unpredictable, quirky journey, leaving behind a secure lifestyle in pursuit of a more meaningful life and quintessential love. As an added bonus, the author provides picturesque insights into the charm and beauty of various locales in Italy and France, forming the backdrop in Joseph’s search for fulfillment.

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Mary Egan

Cary, North Carolina

Prepare to be captivated. I found myself jealous and wanting to be Joseph Fine. What fun to follow his romantic and creative pursuits in colorful locales. I loved the intrigue of seeing who, if any, will be his soulmate.

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Derek Cushman

Grand Rapids, Michigan

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