How to Remodel A Man

remodel smYou may not have noticed this, but there are a lot of people out there who would like to change the behavior of men. For want of a better term, let's call these people "women." How to Remodel a Man contains clear, step-by-step instructions on how to accomplish this, written by a Changed Man: W. Bruce Cameron. The book also details Cameron's evolution into Changed Man -- how he turned himself over to the women in his life for a makeover because he couldn't get a date, and what happened when he went back out into the world totally remodeled. (Sort of like "This Old House," only more like "This Old Man.")

Is Cameron afraid that men will read this book, realize he has exposed all of the hidden secrets of male behavior, and want to kill him? Of course not. Men don't read directions.

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NY Times Review of How To Remodel a Man

PRAISE

"Hilarious, dead-on." —Oprah Winfrey

"How to Remodel a Man is a lighthearted, witty, and ultimately moving look at why men will always be different, and why that's not necessarily bad news for women." —John Gray, Ph.D., author, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus

"Bruce Cameron has the knack, which he shares with Dave Barry and James Thurber, of playing the fool in a consistently hilarious way." —Penelope Green, Books of Style, New York Times

"Ladies, need help? Here's your guide. Hilarious." —Boston Herald

"Hilarious, tongue-in-cheek read that will make any woman cheer...Despite everything you've heard, it's possible to redesign your man." —The Toronto Sun

"W. Bruce Cameron is our best American humorist working today, and How To Remodel A Man is the perfect book for anyone who lives with a man, works with a man, or sees pictures of a man on television." —Cathryn Michon, author, The Grrl Genius Guide to Sex (With Other People)

..."it's a book only Cameron could write.... Down to earth and funny, funny, funny. —The National Society of Newspaper Columnists

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