How to Fix Your Head
148 pages | ISBN 978-1-894987-54-7
Whether he is yodelling into construction equipment, or driving his car over thin ice, Lesley Choyce believes that mistakes are what makes life interesting and offer us all a true learning experience. In this hilarious new work, Choyce freely shares his most entertaining misadventures along with some of his best advice on topics ranging from plumbing to bad jobs. With a lively, down-to-earth style and a wonderful talent for observation, How to Fix Your Head is sure to make the idea of self-help a lot more enjoyable.
Fixing Your Head Made Easy in New Book (Scott Hayes, St. Albert Gazette, 9/28/2011).
"This book is smart, engaging and ever so funny even as it offers insight into all of the things that have gone wrong."
Review (Mike Landry, Telegraph-Journal, 8/6/2011).
"If there is a lesson to be taken away from Choyce's own oddball coping mechanisms ... it's that we all need to find a place or activity where we are completely comfortable with letting life happen."
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Lesley Choyce discusses How to Fix Your Head with Peter Anthony Holder on The Stuph File.
About the Author
Lesley Choyce lives at Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, where he surfs the North Atlantic year round. He is one of Canada's most versatile man of letters, the author of more than 70 books in genres including autobiography, history, poetry, fiction and young adult novels. He has won the Ann Connor Brimer Award, the Dartmouth Book Award and was named the Best Writer of Halifax by readers of The Coast five years in a row. He has been short-listed for many other awards, including The White Pine Award, The Stephen Leacock Medal and the Alberta Book Award. Two of his novels, The Republic of Nothing and Cold Clear Morning are being developed as feature films.
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