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Happiness thru the Art of... Penis Enlargement: A 'Novel Guide' to Jelqing, the G-Spot, How to Last Longer in Bed, and Other Sexual Secrets Paperback – June 9, 2010


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 238 pages
  • Publisher: RateABull Publishing (June 9, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982713207
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982713204
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,446,816 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"The authority on penis enlargement" - Jerry Springer (Baggage on GSN)

"One of the Most Humorous and Most Unique Books Around! - YoungMiller writes with an ease of style that makes this book a page-turner. It is healthy, helpful, and hilarious, and altogether the kind of book that will sell by word of mouth alone.
Grady Harp (Amazon Top 10 reviewer)

"I found myself reading as quickly as I could and I enjoyed every minute of it. Even if you think you do not need this book, get a copy anyway and enjoy the read."
Amos Lassen (Amazon Top 100 reviewer)

From the Author

This book was a challenge for me to write. I had spent the previous 6 months writing a book about a psychic who dies and then searches the afterlife for God and a reason why his life was a disaster. That is a far cry from writing a humorous how-to book about a guy and his talking penis. But the reason I wrote this book was because the viewers of my youtube videos kept suggesting it.
 
My hesitation was that I thought that I said everything that I had to say about penis enlargement in my videos. It wasn't until I started thinking about why people want to increase their penis size that I saw how people could benefit from also reading a book about penis enlargement. And it wasn't until I realized just how funny a story about a talking penis that has his guy by the balls would be, that I knew I had something worth reading.
 
Trying to find the comedic balance of the book was very hard for me. Writing a book where people would mistake me for the main character was very hard for me. But I am extremely proud of this book and consider it my best work. My heart breaks when I think about the main character. But all I have to do is think about the Brotha (the talking penis) and I start to smile.
 
I hope you enjoy reading it. :-)

Customer Reviews

Felt like it was a total waist of money.
ean611
I have it a 3 stars because the story was boring but haven't tried out the jelqing techinques yet.
SAGEFORETERNITY
It was funny and gave an interesting perspective.
Genesis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 24, 2010
Format: Paperback
Cristian YoungMiller must be one of the most entertaining men around. He is unafraid to take on a subject taboo to not only men, but a subject of derision for women, and make the whole concept of genitalia endowment into a hilarious and highly entertaining 'novel'. The term 'novel' (aside from the aspect of the word referring to the unique) may be a loose description of a book about 'penis enlargement', but Cristian YoungTaylor takes the reader by surprise, making the main character of this book the very normal sounding Ben and the second character is Brotha, Ben's name for his penis. We go from an introduction about how Ben and Brotha argue over Ben's perception of Brotha's adequacy, through progressive extension of that misperception through Jelqing (a system of encouraging and gaining enlargement through exercises that the author actually features on his YouTube blog series!), and then proceed with encounters with a host of women, making discoveries and recuperating from a lifelong sense of embarrassment, to settling into a life of exploring how to 'spread the wealth' and enjoy the intimacies of learning about the feminine side of satisfaction.

YoungMiller writes with an ease of style that makes this book a page-turner - not only for the subject matter that will doubtless appeal to a VERY large population, but also with his way with words - making a personal subject an ongoing conversation with his perceived inadequate body part, namely Brotha. It is healthy, helpful, and hilarious, and altogether the kind of book that will sell by word of mouth alone. Be among the first to discover the multi-talented Cristian YoungMiller. Grady Harp, June 10
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SAGEFORETERNITY on October 11, 2010
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Here is a word of advice: don't ever put a novel together with a book for "skill learning" such as penis enlargement. You just want to get to the details to learn how to do something without wasting your reading time on the story itself. I was rushing through the story just trying to find the main techniques of penis enlargement exercises....story was quite boring to be quite honest. I mean there was some main moral to the story at the ending of it which was decent for the story line but if you are going to write a novel, let it just be a novel without the need for learning how to do something along with the story. For instance I just found maybe up to 10 pages worth of "how to" out of a story that was 225 pages. I have it a 3 stars because the story was boring but haven't tried out the jelqing techinques yet. So for the story which was very boring about a talking penis, (I know its fictional) but I grew tired of it and didn't honestly find it funny for most of the book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Quentilla Kimbel on October 19, 2010
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Let me start off by saying that I read this book with great pleasure, no pun intended. Let me also state for the record that I am a female and have been married to a wonderful man for five years. You may think this was a strange book for me to choose to read, but I wanted a male perspective on how guys really feel about their genitalia. Having gotten mixed messages from my husband all these years, it was interesting and hilarious to gain the perspective of what I can assume is an accurate depiction of most men's feelings about their sexual organs.

It shouldn't be a surprise that men suffer self-esteem issues just about as much as women. They just tend to be less vocal about it. I loved that the "vocals" in this book come from the talking penis itself. In a delightful and humorous way, the author leads readers delicately through subject matter that can be difficult to discuss. What's amazing is the fact that he does it with such poise that the reader almost forgets they are enjoying a book about a somewhat taboo and touchy subject.

If you ladies want a deeper understanding of men, read this book! If you men want to enlarge your, ahem, knowledge of this subject, this is definitely the book to do it with!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Genesis on October 21, 2010
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As a woman, I really enjoyed this book! It was funny and gave an interesting perspective. I've read a few "skill" books that made me squirm, but Happiness Thru the Art is definitely a good read. I'm hoping my husband will read it now, since there are actually some great tips in there . . . despite the fact it's a novel.

Christian has done an excellent job of turning something that most people shy away from into a real work of art, a novel that combines real info with comedy. And good comedy at that! Definitely recommeded reading.
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More About the Author

Cristian YoungMiller is an author and TV writer that became the first person to post a video on YouTube about jelqing. Later he posted other videos about sexual secrets that received over 3 million views. Since then he has gone on to publish multiple books on topics ranging for sexual advice to spirituality. His latest works are novels for those that like to laugh and be scared.

Cristian YoungMiller was born in the Bahamas and now lives in Los Angeles. He received his degree in Psychology from Beloit College and has worked as a writer, editor and producer for Disney, Vivendi Universal Games and other companies.