Question of the Day

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Question of the Day
Where Truth Is the Dare
by Al Katkowsky
Writer's Digest Books, 2011
ISBN: 9781599632926
$12.99, paperback, 352 pages

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Life has answers. Make sure you’re asking the right questions.

Are you searching for meaning? Or maybe you just want to really get to know someone. This book can help! Perfect for spending time with friends, family or even co-workers, Question of the Day is fun, enlightening, surprising, and revealing—ideal as an ice breaker among willing acquaintances or as a source of deeper conversation among old friends.

• Explore a variety of thoughtful topics!
• Challenge your friends to think and be brutally honest!
• Voice previously unstated opinions!

With questions ranging from “light” to “heavy” Question of the Day will incite
answers ranging from the funny or the shocking to the deeply personal. No matter the answer, you’re guaranteed to get that much closer to what’s real.

Based on the popular mobile app!
qotdbook.com

About the Author:
Al Katkowsky is a singer, songwriter, musician, voiceover artist, and the creator of the well-known “Question
of the Day” app.

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