Talk to the Author Blog (European Stereotypes)

I have recently completely a short project ‘The Little Black Book of European Stereotypes’ which is going out on Amazon in a few days. If you would like to discuss anything about this little book please feel free. It’s about having fun with stereotypes in your conversations. You can use this material to help you cold read and improvise in daygame, business, traveling or just for fun. Easy reading, very visual and it might give you an edge 🙂

The Little Black Book of European Stereotypes (back cover). Black background yellow writing.  
Pic of Audrey Hepburn in black and white.

'The use of stereotypes have some surprising applications and can be very powerful tools when used in the right way. They have been harnessed by nation states to manipulate populations and by individuals in conversation to introduce some fun or controversy. This material is dynamite if you  have an interest in daygame or do stand-up. If you are a business person on a European trip there is plenty of 
material to get a quick handle on the various traits and 
idiosyncrasies associated with our continental neighbours. It would also come in handy to readers of  general studies, 
media studies and sociology.

  This booklet uses an alphabetical format for each nation so the casual reader can dip in and quickly check out the European country of choice.'

** IF YOU’D LIKE TO RESERVE A COPY AT NO OBLIGATION AT A DISCOUNTED PRICE (no card details required) email me at efish707@gmail.com or leave a note below, first come first serve **

7 thoughts on “Talk to the Author Blog (European Stereotypes)

  1. Hi, I have just got a new job which involves me traveling in a number of areas around Eastern Europe. Would you give me a shout when it’s out and where I can get hold of a copy. Cheers

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  2. With havin so much written content do you ever run into any problems of plagorism or copyright violation? My site has a lot of exclusive content I’ve either written myself or outsourced but it appears a lot of it is popping it up all over the internet without my authorization. Do you know any ways to help protect against content from being ripped off? I’d definitely appreciate it.

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