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Shut Up: We All Have Issues [Kindle Edition]

Corey Deitz
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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Book Description

This book is one man's quest to rid himself of all his psychological demons by exorcising them with self-deprecating humor.

By day, Corey Deitz is a radio personality. By night, he's just another poor, neurotic slob curling up in a fetal position and sobbing like a little girl in the corner of a room. Deitz has issues and doesn't mind putting them on display in the hopes the reader will realize in comparison, he or she is not as bad off as previously thought.

This book is a landmark in understanding the human mind and the author should be commended for allowing his pathetic fears, mental ticks, and social anxieties to be put on display like a piece of salmon at Sigmund Freud's favorite delicatessen.

Deitz's philosophy is clear: why pay hundreds of dollars to a shrink with a fancy business card when this book is dirt cheap. In a world full of pretentious psychiatrists and expensive couches, Shut Up: We All Have Issues is a fresh look at getting your head straight at futon prices.


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About the Author

Corey Deitz has done radio shows in some of the USA's greatest markets including Chicago, St. Louis, Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo, Richmond, Virginia Beach and Little Rock. Deitz and his on-air partner were 2008 nominees for a prestigious Radio industry Marconi Award in the category of "Medium Market Personality of the Year". Deitz has written for several Radio industry and general publications and has been the Radio writer/editor for the Radio section of About.com since 2002. (Radio.about.com) His first book about the inside world of Radio, "The Cash Cage" was published to rave reviews in 2004. His second book, "Lessons from Camp: Life in the Past Tents" was a humorous look at his summer days at Boy Scout Camp and what lessons it taught him about life. It was published in 2008. Deitz released his third book, a humorous political satire called "Vilified!" in 2009 followed by his fourth, "The 2012 Guide Book or How to Make the End of the World Fun!" "Shut Up: We All Have Issues" is his fifth and funniest book. Corey Deitz is a graduate of Kent State University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunications and has also completed some graduate courses in his pursuit of a Law Degree. The father of two sons, he and his wife, Chris, and their dog, Jenny, live in the Arkansas woods (with a shotgun, ammo, and a few MREs - just in case).

Product Details

  • File Size: 1944 KB
  • Print Length: 211 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1466464046
  • Publisher: Corey Deitz (October 22, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0061CES7W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #491,441 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Funny March 3, 2012
By J. Oge
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I listen to Cory Deitz every day on the radio and I thought he was funny there. This is even better. And I thought I had problems :)
Well worth the read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This book hits the spot. November 5, 2013
Format:Paperback
I won this book through a radio contest that Corey host. And it had been months since I read a book cover to cover. But this one caught my attention the first page and I couldn't put it down. This has a sense of humor that fits me. It's fun and it gave me a few moments to pause and think. I recommend this to anyone that likes to read one man's words about the world around him.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Lemons or lemonade? January 23, 2014
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I like the viewpoints expressed here, primarily the overall premise that each person's issues, to them, are the most important... whether or notthose "issues" are issues to the person standing next to you. The deeper meaning is that life is what you make out of it. One can either have good experiences or bad regarding the challenges with which we're faced.
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More About the Author

Corey Deitz has done radio shows in some of the USA's greatest markets including Chicago, St. Louis, Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo, Richmond, Virginia Beach and Little Rock.

Deitz and his on-air partner now do a morning show on KDJE-FM (100.3) in Little Rock and were 2008 nominees for a prestigious Radio industry Marconi Award in the category of "Medium Market Personality of the Year".

Deitz has written for several Radio industry and general publications and has been the Radio writer/editor for the Radio section of About.com since 2002. (Radio.about.com)

His first book about the inside world of Radio, "The Cash Cage" was published to rave reviews in 2004. His second book, "Lessons from Camp: Life in the Past Tents" was a humorous look at his summer days at Boy Scout Camp and what lessons it taught him about life. It was published in 2008. Deitz released his third book, a humorous political satire called "Vilified!" in 2009 followed by his fourth, "The 2012 Guide Book or How to Make the End of the World Fun!" In 2011 he penned "Shut Up: We All Have Issues" and in 2012 he released the funny fiction "Holy Shmit."

Corey Deitz is a graduate of Kent State University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunications and has also completed some graduate courses in his pursuit of a Law Degree.

The father of two sons, he and his wife, Chris, and their dog, Jenny, live in the Arkansas woods.

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