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You Can’t Ruin My Day, a new book

The world’s only “Jollytologist™” Allen Klein will be touring his new book You Can’t Ruin My Day: 52 Wake-Up Calls to Turn Any Situation Around throughout the Bay Area this summer. During his tenure as a motivational humorist, speaker, and author, Allen has helped people learn to laugh in stressful situations and find levity in life’s toughest moments.

You Can’t Ruin My Day features fifty-two inspiring wake-up calls and follow-up ideas—including wearing a red clown nose and learning to love rush hour traffic—to show readers how to take back their power and not let anyone or anything ruin their day. Offering wisdom, good humor, and a set of coping skills You Can’t Ruin My Day empowers readers to have a great day, every day.

You Can't Ruin My Day book cover  Allen will be appearing at San Francisco’s BookShop West Portal on  Thursday, August 13th, 7pm

80 West Portal Ave. | San Francisco |  415-564-8080

Come and enjoy! Allen  will discuss his work, read from You Can’t Ruin My Day, and meet with humor enthusiasts—and those in need of a good laugh.

 

About the Author

Allen Klein is an award-winning professional speaker and bestselling author. His books The Healing Power of Humor, Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying, and Change Your Life!: A Little book of Big Ideas, have sold over 600,000 copies. Klein lives in San Francisco. Find out more about him at: www.allenklein.com.

“Everyone who ever got a traffic ticket should read Allen Klein’s creative new book, You Can’t Ruin My Day. Heck, even those who haven’t gotten a ticket should read it because they are probably bummed out about something else. This book is designed to help people all year long. What a wonderful gift to readers.” —Dave Lieber, columnist, The Dallas Morning News

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