Best-selling author, editor and raconteur, Samuel Murphy, former educator and CEO of The William Murphy Advertising Agency, spent several years researching family and marital relationships, child rearing, unemployment and personal finances. Much of the data from his research resulted in the publishing of his first book, Real Advice for the Unemployed and the second in the series, Real Advice for the Newlywed. Murphy’s frank and friendly style, perfected in many articles and short stories involving the poignant and personal side of life that revolves around the impact of personal choices and significant changes in peoples’ lives—especially when those choices are made during stressful times. Mr. Murphy lives in a log home that he constructed on the Gulf of Mexico side of Florida with his wife, children and many animals.
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