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Mother Tourista's Helping Hand(Book)

Mother Tourista's Helping Hand(Book)     

by Sue Hubbard Tarlton
Price: $15.95

142 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5

ISBN-10: 0-9760144-0-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-9760144-0-9




About The Author

Sue Hubbard Tarlton is a speaker, philosopher, visionary and all-around helpful person who has lived in Manhattan for over a decade. When she arrived, she had to figure out the rules and culture on her own. She doesn't think others should have to work that hard! Sue has given so many tourists advice that she's been dubbed "Mother Tourista's" She's lived in Texas, New Mexico and Georgia and has an education degree from The University of Texas at Austin. She's been a consultant at IBM and Ernst & Young, taught school, and is currently a personal and business coach. Her television show, CelebrateU, and her coaching systems help people increase their personal effectiveness. Her hobbies include neurolinguistic programming, stand-up comedy and people-watching. She's got a terrific daughter and son-in-law in Atlanta; the rest of her supportive family is pretty much in Texas. Her wonderful extended family is around the globe. She's all about providing action traction for life. **************** About the designer / illustrator: Like the author, Kathrine Kuo is a Southerner blooming in the fertile landfill of the Northeast. She graduated from Williams College in 1993 with a degree in artistic yak herding. Somehow, she still managed to get a job in the magazine industry, where she came across ancient mystics who agreed to teach her graphic design if she promised never to reveal their identities. Today she is a freelance illustrator and designer who shares her life with two small children, a somewhat larger husband, and Catie the Wonder Dog. *************** About the editor: Tommy Koenig has headlined at every major stand-up venue in the United States, working alongside performers such as Jerry Seinfeld, Ray Romano, and Eddie Murphy. He has won numerous awards and performed all over the world. Tommy is a hard-working actor/comedian with 20 years in the business and a diverse body of work including roles in film, (Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Dracula Dead and Loving it, Stitches, etc.) stage, (A View From The Bridge, The Tooth of Crime, The Basic Training of Pablo Hummel) and television (Miami Vice, Not Necessarily The News...) Tommy can be reached through www.comicsstudio.com.


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