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"I highly recommend the book for anyone who's into game. It's funny and entertaining, and a bit educational. Most of all, it's a book that is honest and real and moving." - Chris Shepherd, Tenmagnet.com, lovesystems

"An introduction to a very witty, insightful, acerbic, intensely imaginative new naughty boy in literature. And in times like these, discovering someone with this unique brand of introspective talent as to why we interact the way we do is a gift. Use it." - Grady Harp, Amazon Top Ten  Hall of Fame reviewer.

"Great read. Solid writing and full of truth. I would highly recommend this to any man looking to improve his life and insight."
Sharpshooter, Returnofkings.com

From the Author

I wanted to highlight certain states of mind and exaggerate specific examples with poetry, to heighten the dramatic effect and illuminate philosophies.  Therefore it is a work of fiction. 

The manuscript travelled with me across North America, South East Asia, and back again. In the time I was waiting for New York lit agents to review it, praise it, review it again and reject it, I wrote I Hope It's Sunny Out, which teaches men how to meet women in the daytime. 

Grab a copy. If you enjoy it, please leave a review.

Best of luck and skill. 

Tony D 

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  • File Size: 802 KB
  • Print Length: 336 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 21, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F225ZTM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #290,133 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tony was created in 1978 when his father inseminated his mother in an undisclosed location in Canada. He then published his first book, "A Thousand Tiny Failures - Memoirs of a Pickup Artist," and then a short self-help book, "I Hope it's Sunny Out - A Guide For Meeting Girls in the Day Time."

That's it. Nothing else happened.

Tony likes guitars, travel, reading, flirting, writing, and smart people.

He currently lives in Vancouver BC and travels extensively as a dating coach for his company, AbsoluteAbility.com

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Anna V on October 11, 2013
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My review comes from the perspective of a young woman living in Montreal. I am not a pick-up artist, as many of his readers are, but nonetheless I found the book highly entertaining and read it in a matter of days.

The first thing that struck me when reading this book was that I had never heard a man was admit to suffering from body image issues. I always thought that women were the only ones to suffer from body dysmorphia, and assumed men had it easy, not caring what they look like. It was refreshing to see the author's vulnerability in regard to his body.

Tony's story reveals the irony of loving women, but hating them at the same time because his entire self-worth was built on their acceptance or rejection of him. He took me on a continuous roller coaster of highs (the moments of feeling like a rockstar, an unstoppable man) and the inevitable lows. We can all relate to these feelings of self-love and self-hate. This is inevitable if your happiness is dependent on others (in his case, women).

Perhaps the part I enjoyed the most was seeing a man take action, and being proactive about his unhappiness. I found myself applauding him for stepping up and learning all he could to get what he thought he wanted in life. He went all-in. What I find most admirable about pick up artists is their belief that you are not destined to live a certain life-- you are a dynamic being and you change anything about yourself, including your personality. Tony demonstrates just how far some men go in the name of self-improvement. It makes you wonder if there really are any limits to who you can become in this world. He says in the book, "Limiting beliefs are limits you set for yourself."

Tony shows the evolution of a loser becoming a rock star in his own universe.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By EMIR OSMANOSKI on March 11, 2014
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I came upon the book while during a time when I was struggling with certain aspects in my life, mostly related to meeting new people. The book really helped me out and kept me motivated during this period. It was an interesting read and it may be just me but I found it helpful for what I was and still am trying to achieve with my life.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Taz on September 12, 2014
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Yeah and I mean it...this is the real sequel to ‘The Game’ as it tells the story of a guy who finds out about the pick-up community and in changes him completly. You see and hear about a lot of guys that read about game but less than 1% eventually end up getting into cold approaching, day game etc as it takes a lot of discipline, commitment and energy..You see Sebastian is one of those 1% and the book tells his story.
Tony is a normal, average guy and his book gives you a realistic view into the picking up girls lifestyle. If you’re a middle aged man you cand find a lot of experiences relatable to your own. The s***ty jobs, the painful rejections, the flakes, slobby friends are just a few of those examples.
Altough this is his first novel , the book is very solid. It is not written in only one note but instead each chapter has his unique note and tone. Each chapter is different that the other and everithing wraps up naturally at the end. Tony’ unique ability to describe his memories made this a very fun read. I’m looking forward to read more TonyD material in the future ;)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NomorePMO on November 27, 2014
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I've read many self help, personal growth and books on attraction and I needed something new for a change. I didn't know what to expect when I decided to read this book but I kept coming back to read more.

It was refreshing to read about the authors journey from self hating, negative man boob boy to a self actualized, natural casanova man. There are too many how to books on this subject and very few books on the personal experience of a man trying to better himself.

The quality of the writing kept me engaged, often laughing and envisioning the places and situations the author was in.
Definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves quality writing and/or needs a break from all these self help, motivational books out there. Can't wait to see more content from the author.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By HENRY D. on January 28, 2015
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Finished the books in a week and love every page and words that Tony wrote. His style of writing is straight to the point, very funny and well written that you actually understand the story, the game and the way he thinks. His inner game part is really good and the examples that he fails showed us that everything is life can be achieve with practices, hard work and determination.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By nick on March 2, 2014
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This book gives the reader a very realistic view into a life of meeting and picking up girls. Tony is an normal, average guy and is completely self-taught in seduction. I found a lot of his experiences relate-able to my own. Tony's wit, writing style and his ability to graphically describe his life's moments made this a very quick and fun read.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A person on March 2, 2014
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Really enjoyed this book, and can only recommend it to those who are open to self-improvement, but also enjoy reading novels.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DJ685 on October 3, 2013
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First of all, yes, the character in this book IS a bit narcissistic. But seriously...try to find one pickup artist who ISN'T egotistical. A lot of them are extremely arrogant, and compared to most, this one is actually pretty humble.

The thing is, you have to be a bit egotistical to practice and succeed at pickup. Pickup is fueled by ego. You have to be able to overcome your own insecurities, and believe in yourself enough to think that if you go over and talk to that cute girl over there, things might go well. By the time you've approached a hundred girls, (which doesn't take long at all) you've probably approached more than most guys do in an entire lifetime...but you've also been rejected more, and you have to have the confidence to overcome that.

If you tell your friends or family members about what you're doing, there's a pretty good chance that they will think it's "creepy" or manipulative, or they just won't understand it. Some people will even hate you, and no matter how you try to explain it to them, you will never change their mind. You have to believe that you deserve happiness with a beautiful girl, and be willing to do the work necessary to get what you want, no matter what anyone else might think of you.

The character in this book goes through all those situations, but in the end he accomplishes things and gets girls he never thought he'd be able to get. If he hadn't had the confidence, positive thinking, and self-motivation to go after what he wanted most, he would have just stayed in his home town, smoking pot and playing video games in his friends' basements. Or, he would have just given up after a short time.
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