Welcome to How Now, Norm's Tao
How Now, Norm's Tao is a powerful and poignant memoir by one of the most accomplished and unique writers to grace contemporary American literature, Norm Spitzig. Far more than just an autobiography, How Now, Norm's Tao is an inspirational, insightful and deliciously humorous probing into the essential components of "the life well-lived." Along the way, Norm offers his legions of loyal fans "thirteen timeless core principles" that have guided and anchored his fascinating life's journey–a baker's dozen of pragmatic universal lessons that anyone, anywhere will find of significant value and compelling interest. As an added bonus, the book is peppered with the best of Norm's Twitter wisdom ("Twisdom")–nuggets of off-beat cleverness that have caused more than a few readers to chuckle uncontrollably at the most inopportune of times. Be forewarned: This groundbreaking book even dares to reveal "the secret of the universe."
To learn more about two other books recently written by Norm Spitzig (these under the nom de plume Clive Endive Ogive IV), please visit www.CliveEndiveOgiveIV.com.
For every book purchased on the author's two websites, $1.00 will be donated to The Club Foundation (www.ClubFoundation.org), the only 501(c)(3) charitable organization for the private club industry.
What Readers are Saying
“I believe that Norm Spitzig is, without question, a wonderfully creative and entertaining writer. I am a true fan.”
- Terry Gilmer
“Unlike the federal government, Norm Spitzig just keep getting better and better at what he does."
- Sylvia Khan
"I just finished reading your latest book and thoroughly enjoyed it. It gave me lots of chuckles, some big laughs, and even a few tears of nostalgic joy."
- Norm Denton
"This book is another great read by Norm Spitzig. Had Norm lived in the 1920's, New York City's famous Algonquin Wits would surely have welcomed him to their prestigious group with open arms."
- Peter Kite
"This isn't a book to be tossed about lightly. Rather, it should be thrown across the room."
- Dorothy Parker