Published books available on Amazon and Gumroad.
The Game of Life and Poker: The Lessons I Learned On and Off the Felt (2020):
A thrilling, true riches-to-rags story. Follow along as Noah details how he went from a young, suburban 20-year-old kid who had never played a hand of poker, to a scrappy, 21-year-old man, putting everything (and he means everything) on the line in order to survive.
Not just in terms of playing poker at the highest stakes he could, but also in life, where the stakes were even higher. Noah lost money, friends, family, and freedom along the way. How did he make it all back? Read on to find out.
Life and Love After Poker: Lessons Continued (2021):
When Noah Watry released his first book, “The Game of Life and Poker: The Lessons I Learned On and Off the Felt,” he detailed his struggles with a failed relationship and quest to win at poker. Lessons were learned the hard way, in poker and in life, as ages 20 to 24 were covered.
With “Life and Love After Poker: Lessons Continued” Noah dives deeper into his family relationships, constantly changing living situations, and love life. The second book of a three-part series covers his ages 25 to 30, which then leads into his funeral service career; with the biggest and best poker stories to come.
HELP! I’m Trapped in a Psych Ward and Can’t Get Out! (2022):
Noah Watry has suffered from a near-lifetime of depression, anxiety, and trauma. Read along as he details his past, present, and future mental health after a five-day stay in a psychiatric hospital.
Noah has detailed his life in two previous books about his professional poker playing, welding experience, relationships, and his foray into funeral service. This time, he’s in for the fight of his life, as all of his past and present demons finally meet their untimely demise.
Life, Death, and Everything in Between: My Time as a Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer (2023)
The final conclusion to the books about his life, Noah Watry showcases what being a licensed funeral director, embalmer, and life insurance agent is all about. In revealing the truth behind his funeral service career, Noah goes in-depth about becoming a mortician and the internal struggles to stay one.
Follow along, as Noah peels back the layers of his own trauma, sense of burnout, addiction, self-doubt, experiences with death, and a quest for professional greatness. “Life, Death, and Everything In Between,” is a journey that anyone within the cemetery and funeral service industry should read, whether you are a mortuary student, teacher, apprentice, funeral director, or funeral home owner.