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How to Talk Like You Know What You Are Talking About

Master the Art of Conversation

Book #2 of Curios

Equal parts useful and esoteric, the collection of facts in How to Talk Like You Know What You’re Talking About clears your path to sounding like the smartest person in any room you find yourself in.

Your path to sounding like the smartest person in the room is clear thanks to How to Talk Like You Know What You’re Talking About. Equal parts useful and esoteric, a collection of facts related to intriguing topics such as Stanley Kubrick, the cause of World War I, and the theory of relativity makes you a must-have on the guest list for any gathering. Expertise has never been so effortless, as a few easy-to-digest talking points are all that stand between you and a well-rounded intellect.

Matthew Doucet is a writer and editor who lives on the coast of Maine. He spends his time trawling the internet for music and arguing with friends about things they don't know all that much about. He is also the author of You've Never Heard Your Favorite Song and How to Talk Like You Know What You're Talking About.

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