Thursday, April 28, 2011

Book Review: 150 Secrets to a Happy Wife, by Joe Gumm

I really enjoyed reading 150 Secrets to a Happy Wife, by Joe Gumm. What I liked even more was leaving it open on the kitchen table or coffee table and catching my husband looking at it! It’s actually a great read for both men and women. Men will enjoy the tips and secrets that their wives may not share with them, and women will enjoy reading a man’s view of how confusing we are, how they can help us, and the thought process they can employ in doing that. I did not find a single idea that wasn’t worth reading or was wrong! All 150 “secrets” are positive and will help your husband “get” us ladies a little better.

If you have to remind your hubby about special occasions, manners, being a father, flowers, special songs, garbage, and the list goes on, this book will be a subtle and helpful reminder without the nagging. Give it to him for Father’s Day! At first, he may think it’s a joke, but once he starts to read it -- and you, too -- you will both realize that the helpful information in these 208 really-well-put-together pages will make you feel both thankful and blessed that you took the time to read it!

About the author: Joe Gumm is an award-winning author and has been featured in the Chicago Sun-Times, Fort Worth Star-Telegram,, and Parents magazine, and has been seen regionally on NBC, FOX, and ABC. Joe is an experienced broadcaster who worked as a reporter-anchor for ESPN for eight years. He has also worked as a public address announcer for NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, Major League Soccer, NASCAR, and more. He lives in Texas with his wife and four daughters. For more information on Joe, check out

DISCLOSURE: A complimentary product sample was provided to facilitate this review. No financial compensation was provided. The affiliate links in this post belong to the blog owner.


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