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The Highly Unqualified Hand-Guide to Keeping Plants Alive

By: John O'Callaghan
Narrated by: John O'Callaghan
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The Highly Unqualified Hand-Guide To Keeping Plants Alive. John O'Callaghan describes it as a collection of ideas, poems, and half-bad advice. He hopes that listeners can find insight, inspiration or even humor from these fleeting ideas. And in all actuality, he hopes that his kids don't think he came off too smarmy or pretentious in his ramblings. In summary, he hopes you take it all with a grain of salt and make your own inferences about life and how to live it; but by all means... live the hell out of it.

John O'Callaghan is an artist, producer, and writer based in Phoenix, Arizona. John is the lead singer and writer of the alternative band The Maine.

"The Highly Unqualified Hand-Guide To Keeping Plants Alive" is the third book from John O'Callaghan following his previoius poetry books titled "Sincerly, John The Ghost" & "A Thought A Day".

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