Review of Bob Boog’s NEW Book: “Is she The One”

From the moment you start reading “Is she the one” you know you have something very special before you. While the book is obviously a romance story, there are parts in this book that had me laughing on the floor. Gotta love some comedy in your romance story. I was rooting for the main character (Bob) throughout the story who fell hard for a beautiful woman (Sandy) with a “sexy Spanish voice.” This is Bob’s story, and while his exact circumstances are divinely unique to him, and may be semi-autobiographical, there are themes that I believe we all can relate to. I found myself at several points nodding my head in agreement, yes, I’ve been there, I’ve felt that which is what kept me reading. His journey is something we can all learn and grow from and make you believe in wonders It’s a very funny yet touching story that will leave you with a smile on your face and tears in your eyes.  -JaKayla

Five stars out of Five


When a friend from America encouraged me to read this book, I wanted to decline. “Is She The One” is a fictional romance written by a man who lives in Los Angeles and works as a real estate broker, I honestly didn’t think it would be very good. But the witty dialogue in the first few pages grabbed my attention and then the funny story turned into a romance that wouldn’t let me go until the last page. That being said, there were a few grammatical errors in the version I received so I would give “Is She The One” four stars out of five. Change those tiny errors and it’s a five out of five. Hands down. – Rebecca

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Outstanding!   Adella


I am trained to look through the flaws when reading a story so I could see what a great story this will be once polished well. It has a great quality even with the small bit of flaws (mostly editing help that I could see). You don’t read many books written this way. Is She The One is a romance where the semi-autographical character Bob knows what he needs to do to get the girl. But will he do it? Usually characters either figure it out themselves or the girl tells them off and they understand what they have to do to figure it out, etc. This, however, was a nice twist. It’s very funny and yet touching. I kept rooting for him and the part with the dog actually made me cry a little. (So keep a tissue handy!) Finally, I would definitely recommend this book to my single friends. — Keira

 

More Books by Bob Boog

How to Find a Killer Real Estate Deal 

As Joan Rivers would say, “Can we talk?” People on TV make flipping homes sound so easy. Doesn’t it seem like someone hands them a steal-of-a-deal property, then they’ll use a few sledge hammers and a crew of workers to fix up a house in record time. Then there will be a problem. Should they put in a window in the bathroom or not? They decide to invest another $150 bucks in the window installation, the new home-buyers love it and then it’s off to the next week’s episode.

But WAIT! I scream from my living room couch. How did they find that killer deal in the first place? That’s what I want to know.

Because my experience with selling homes in Los Angeles is much different. For me, FINDING the deal in the first place is NOT that easy. People aren’t keen to just give their homes away.  We know people buy and flip homes all the time, but how do they do it?

That’s what this book/video course is about. I have been able to help a few investors maximize their profits. This is a $55 video course, not a book, but unlike Trump University there are NO upsells. I cannot guarantee you will find a killer real estate deal – only that your odds will improve.

 

 

Selling Outside the Square

This book is about how to sell things to people and how we fall to certain sales tricks. It has also been turned into a video course because the premise is that Millennials are taking over the market. And dealing with Millennial buyers is DIFFERENT! Buy this book to find out more about 12 psychological tricks.

 

Songs

Author Robert “Bob” Boog has also written several songs that can be found on iTunes or here on ReverbNation.

Click here for T-C-A (total class act)

Check out ALL the songs on Sticky available on iTunes

Note: A song on ReverbNation costs slightly more ($1.29) because .29 of each song is donated to a charity.

Bob’s album “Blindspot” includes an unusual love song called    “Wait for You” that was played on the radio in Sydney Australia. Want to discover how Bob Boog writes songs?

Robert Boog songs

Visit the Wait for You video on YouTube

 

Want to learn how to sell to Millenials?

Check out “Selling Outside the Square”

 

Previous: How Bob Boog Writes Songs       Next: Review by Fred

The Real Estate Rookie Reviews

The Real Estate Rookie Reviews book cover

The Real Estate Rookie Reviews

Bob Boog’s latest book, The Real Estate Rookie is Available NOW!

For a physical copy of the book, click here

To listen to the book, click here

Free Download Friday March 31 – Sunday April 3rd.

What are people saying? Is it good or bad? lol

Here are some advanced reviews:

The Real Estate Rookie Review #1:

The Real Estate Rookie by Bob Boog is the often ridiculous, sometimes absurd and always hilarious account of Bob Boog’s journey from someone who would cringe at the very mention of real estate, to one who lived and breathed every moment of it. Boog is a talented writer with a wicked sense of humor and people who work in a specific niche will most likely fall in love with this book.

The Real Estate Rookie softcover edition is 116 pages

For a softcover copy of the book, click here

The Real Estate Rookie Review #2

A novel about a real estate agent selling houses is not something I would normally pick up, but I was pleasantly surprised with what I was presented with. The Real Estate Rookie is a fun read and the writer is very humorous. Mr Boog is good at creating a funny situation out of a mundane one. Characters are well-developed and none are left by the wayside. If you are looking for an easy going, guilt-free book to bring to the beach; one that won’t take too much time out of your day, the Real Estate Rookie is the sort of book to pick up.

the real estate rookie by bob boog book cover

 

The Real Estate Rookie Review #3

So, after reading the entire book, I must say that your writing is very, very good , and I’ve read a various range of books. Your story line flows without any adversities and that takes skill. I like the unique theme of the book itself.  It’s not too long or too short, I think it’s just the right size to make a short but worthwhile read. Great job.

 

The Real Estate Rookie Review #4

Bob Boog brought to the fore the profession of real-estate agent, from an interesting perspective, the action taking place apparently in 1981, in the writer’s youth. I enjoyed the manner in which the author combined the fiction with real facts! He transposed his professional and personal background into a story with shades of romance and a significant dose of humor and realism, making it purely entertaining! I warmly recommend The Real Estate Rookie.

Question: Will there be an audiobook?

Answer: Yes! The files are at the studio now, so it should be out shortly. Here is the cover.

real estate rookie reviews

 

Best Dog T-Shirt

Best Dog T-shirt.

After my dog Winston died, I wrote a poem that got turned into a song. And then it became a video. Some folks have even played this tune and liked it on YouTube. About this time, I also made a “Dogs Rule” t-shirt inspired by a tattoo that my son Kevin has on his chest. The t-shirt costs around $20 and if you are interested, here is the link for the Dogs Rule t-shirt.

dogs rule t-shirt

Back to my song.  Written for dog lovers, it’s called “Wait for You”.

 

Step Aside Coffee, t-shirt for women                        I don’t like to be difficult t-shirt

Best Dog Joke

My neighbor is a single and VERY attractive young lady. She lives across the street from me and I can actually see her house from my living room window. I watched as she got home from work this evening.  She was wearing black fishnets, heels and a mini-skirt with a white, low-top blouse.I was surprised when she made her way across the street and stepped up my driveway. She knocked on my door, so I rushed to open it. She looked at me with her lovely brown eyes, and said, “I’m sorry to bother you, and it’s kind of embarrassing. But I have a favor to ask.”

“Sure, anything” I said.

She smiled seductively. “I’ve had a cocktail at work, just got home, and I am so damn horny! I have this strong urge to have a good time, get drunk, and make love all night long! Are you busy tonight?” Stunned, I could barely get the words out. I immediately replied, “Tonight? Nope, I am COMPLETELY free… I have no plans at all!” Then she said, “Good! In that case, could you watch my dog?”

my dog Winston

 

Next: Why real estate agents should buy a book to give away

Review by Author Fred Lucas

Here is a review of My Real Estate Nightmare by author Fred Lucas.

Here’s the review.

My Real Estate Nightmare: based on a true story which means it happened more or less like this but with uglier people is a lot of fun, with only a little schooling on real estate along the way. It’s a genuine comedy that could be easily turned into a movie with a foreboding violent ex-con, a Swedish model, a crazy cat lady, a Harvard-educated lawyer being brought down a few pegs and a valued piano flying out of a moving truck and being crushed by an oncoming 18-wheeler to provide the action. Best of all, it’s true – or “mostly true” as the author says.

My Real Estate Nightmare by Bob Boog is about a real estate deal that goes haywire in unimaginable ways for the author and main character who was going out of his way to help a crazy cat lady. It’s somewhat inspiring to take some of the most bizarre episodes of our own lives that could be turned into a laugh-out loud comedy.

The writing style is witty and conversational from California realtor, Bob Boog. He uses a lot of parallel descriptions to describe the characters, one resembling Brad Pitt, another Will Farrell and a Jim Carrey reference to facial expressions. It also has some nice descriptions like, “dishes were stacked up and leaning in the sink like a ‘Cat in the Hat’ book.”

Throughout, I really wanted to know what happened next. The opening chapters were very lively. If I had to critique something, it might be that there seemed to be aspects that didn’t advance the story at hand. Perhaps out of a sense of obligation, so as not to sound like he was moping, the author digressed on what were true nightmares in the lives of some of his clients. Heart wrenching stories, but a little out of place – particular for a mostly sidesplitting book.

The book even has some element of spirituality. Though not a man of deep faith, the author portrays very positively Pastor Jim – who helps out with the problem and gives some comforting advice — and a “Holy Man from India” named Yogi (whom Boog gives a lift to the train station).

The author promises an anti-climatic ending – but then over delivers with a very gratifying conclusion.

All-in-all, My Real Estate Nightmare is a good narrative with good characters — one suspects might be slightly exaggerated for better story telling. But a highly recommend book, and something that would be a worthwhile movie. Read it and laugh!

Quotes

Ever notice that people who want to share their religious views with YOU almost NEVER want you to share YOURS with them? Why is that?

In any case… here are 5 inspirational quotes to help you out – even if you are religious.

“Success isn’t something that you do on the outside, success is something that you are on the inside. The rest will follow.” ~Chuck Danes

“Expect your every need to be met. Expect the answer to every problem. Expect abundance on every level.” ~Eileen Caddy

“For the prosperous, it’s not about getting more stuff. It’s about having the freedom to make almost any decision you want.” ~T. Harv Eker

“You enhance your chances for success when you understand that your yearning power is more important than your earning power.” ~Zig Ziglar

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” ~Thomas Edison

Know someone who could use a little extra inspiration and encouragement today? Send them over here!  And if you are NOT needing inspiration, here are some of MY own quotes.

“It’s just a matter of time before they add the word “Syndrome” after my last name.” – Bob Boog

“Behind every successful man is a woman… muttering and shaking her head in disbelief at something stupid he’s just done.” — Bob Boog

“Most people don’t realize this, but you can eat organic, all natural, gluten-free food without telling everyone around you.” — Bob Boog

Karate is a good skill to have just in case you’re ever attacked by a stack of boards.” Bob Boog

I’m not an asshole, but I do play one at Starbucks.” -Bob Boog

Jokes




vegan joke by bob boog

 

Joke 1: You Know You’re a Redneck Jedi Warrior if:

You hear “Luke, I am your father… and your uncle…”

You ever said the phrase, “May the force be with y’all.”

Your Jedi robe is camouflage.

You have ever used your light saber to open a bottle of Bud Light.

At least one wing of your X-Wings is primer colored.

You can easily describe the taste of an Ewok.

You have ever had a land-speeder up on blocks in your yard.

The worst part of spending time on Dagobah is the dadgum skeeters.

Wookiees are offended by your B.O.


You have ever used the force to get yourself another beer so you didn’t have to wait for a commercial.

You have ever used the force in conjunction with fishing or bowling.

You have ever had your R-2 unit use its self-defense electro-shock thingy to get the barbecue grill to light up.

You have a confederate flag painted on the hood of your land-speeder.

You ever fantasized about Princess Leia wearing Daisy Duke shorts.

You have the doors of your X-wing welded shut and you have to get in through the window.

Although you had to kill him, you kinda thought that Jabba the Hutt had a pretty good handle on how to treat his women.

You have a cousin who bears a strong resemblance to Chewbacca.

You suggested that they outfit the Millennium Falcon with redwood deck.

You were the only person drinking Jack Daniels during the cantina scene.

Your father has ever said to you, “Shoot, son come on over to the dark side…it’ll be a hoot.”

latte joke

Joke 2: Jack Schitt

In Canada, Miles Davis is known as “Kilometers Davis” but for some time many of us have wondered just who is Jack Schitt? Is he for real?

In fact, we often find ourselves at a loss when someone says, ‘You don’t know Jack Schitt!’

Well, thanks to my genealogy efforts, you can now respond in a totally intellectual way.

Jack Schitt is the only son of Awe Schitt. Awe Schitt, the fertilizer
magnate, married O. Schitt, the owner of Needeep N. Schitt, Inc. They had
one son, Jack. In turn, Jack Schitt married Noe Schitt.

The deeply religious couple produced six children: Holie Schitt, Giva
Schitt, Fulla Schitt, Bull Schitt, and the twins Deep Schitt and Dip Schitt.
Against her parents’ objections, Deep Schitt married Dumb Schitt, a high
school dropout.

After being married 15 years, Jack and Noe Schitt divorced. Noe Schitt later
married Ted Sherlock, and because her kids were living with them, she wanted
to keep her previous name. She was then known as Noe Schitt Sherlock.

Meanwhile, Dip Schitt married Loda Schitt, and they produced a son with a
rather nervous disposition named Chicken Schitt.

Two of the other six children, Fulla Schitt and Giva Schitt, were
inseparable throughout childhood and subsequently married the Happens
brothers in a dual ceremony. The wedding announcement in the newspaper
announced the Schitt-Happens nuptials. The Schitt-Happens children were
Dawg, Byrd, and Horse. Bull Schitt, the prodigal son, left home to tour the
world. He recently returned from Italy with his new Italian bride, Pisa Schitt.

Now when someone says, ‘You don’t know Jack Schitt’ you can correct them.

Your friend,
Crock O. Schitt

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Joke 3: Condoms

I bought some extra sensitive condoms today. I put one on and I started feeling really emotional.

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Joke: 4: Women

Women are like bacon:
they look good, they smell good, they taste good…and they will slowly kill you.

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Joke 5: Shakespeare

For a gentleman, Shakespeare really knew how to spread those thy’s.

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Emails from Fans

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Not reviews, just wanted to share with you some of the emails that i get from my friends and fans.

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Dear Bob,

My wife and I lost our dog Susy. Susy was more than just “a pet” and your song “Wait for You” really touched our hearts. My wife started to cry when she heard it. I just wanted you to know how much your song moved us both.

R&C

"wait for you" a song by Robert Boog

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Dear Mr. Boog, I was the blond girl two people behind you in the express lane at Vons. When the checker said to you “Thank you for your donation”…that’s when I looked up. What I saw was the kindest looking man I have seen in a long time. You had an honest smile on your face and I couldn’t stop staring. As the checker said “Thank you Mr. Boog, is it Boog or Boog?” you said something, and she laughed and I watched you walk out of the store.

I just wanted you to know that you brought a smile to my face. You didn’t get mad at her. You made a joke and she laughed and there was a genuineness and honesty about you that I never see in LA. You just seemed so nice! And happy! That makes you very attractive. You had a total impact on me. Believe me, I needed it. Thank you!

MW

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Dear Bob,

My sister is a Facebook “fan” of yours, though i think “stalker” might be a better term. ha ha. She has sent me almost every single one of your posts and even when you reply to other people. We both love your funny posts. Keep writing. Keep up the good work!

KC

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Dear Mr. Boog,

I am living in Pakistan but