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Book 2013



How to Profit from the Prophets in the Coming End of the World


Apparently it is a financial plan to cash-in on end of the world movements with instructions for the reader on how to find opportunities in real estate, used automobiles, jewelry, small appliances and furniture, stocks and bonds, as the believers unload their earthly possessions in anticipation of the end of the world. After the world doesn’t end you start selling it all back to them with a markup plus storage and handling fees. It is uncertain whether this “how-to” is simply the structure for a novel or 2013 is an actual financial success plan type book.

Nosirrah explores the end times and world monetary collapse with insights that are undaunted by their self-contradictions, witticism that never lets up, and the promise of multi-level marketing.

In print: Finally released 2010 by Sentient Publications!



Another in the epic non-genre entertainments provided by arch-ironist N. Nosirrah, author of God is an Atheist and Nothing from Nothing. But how to describe a genre which is not of any genre of this world, a plot that has no beginning or end, and characters each more elusive than the next (all right, let us just put Nosirrah and his intrusive “editor,” Lydia Smyth, on the same page in this regard). So I might just mention that this book skewers the current craze in alternative circles concerning the coming collapse of all we hold dear, takes philosophy to its illogical conclusion, serves a heaping dose of multilevel marketing antidotes-cum-anecdotes, and comes out on the other side sharing a smile with the appreciative reader.

—Alternative Culture Magazine

2013: How to Profit from the Prophets in the Coming End of the World provides a powerful survey blending humor, social observation, and spirituality. It’s a guide to finding peace during end-of-world times and it offers a satisfying tongue-in-cheek viewpoint perfect for any new age collection. Where most new age titles offer “end of world” scenarios in all seriousness, it’s refreshing to see a different approach and blend that’s both serious and has a dose of humor!

—Midwest Book Review

Just because the world has ended it doesn’t mean you can’t make a shiny profit. 2013: How to Profit From the Prophets in the Coming End of the World is a unique take on the end of the world as author N. Nosirrah tells a humorous story of the apocalypse and how to enterprise off it and make yourself a nice chunk of change in a sea of death. Hilarious and thoughtful, 2013 is a read that shouldn’t be missed; highly recommended