do not do starting strength.
do something different...
Squats 3x5 (+5 lbs from last friday)
Military Press 3x5
Squats 2x5 @ 50% of Monday
Glute Ham Raises 2-4 sets
Bench Press 3x5
Pull-ups 4x failure
Squats 3x5 @ 90% of Monday
Incline Dumbbell Bench Press 3x6-12
Dips 3-4 sets
Squat progression is 5 lbs every week on monday.
Military Press is the same.
Bench Press is the same.
Barbell Rows is the same.
For Glute Ham Raises try and do 3-4 sets of 8-10 reps. work upto that. then add weight if you can. form must be perfect otherwise you'll be accused of doing "glorified leg curls" (as i am from time to time
For Deadlifts, add 5 lbs every week for 6 weeks and then on week 7 take 50% of your previous week and do a few light sets of 2-3 reps.. then on week 8 take 20 lbs off what you did on week 6 and start doing 2x5 and add 5 lbs every week from there. you might need to use this on the bench press, squat, military press and perhaps rows as well.
For pull-ups do 4 sets to failure. try to increase reps each week and if you think you've reached a good level (like 4x10 or something) then add weight to your body by holding dumbbells between your feet or something..and try getting solid reps then.
For incline dumbbell presses try to slowly progress by adding reps each week. start off with 3x6, then the following week take the same weight and do 3x7, then 3x8, etc...you can even do a different variation like unilateral presses, etc but save those for later.
try different variations of exercises. dont just stick to 5.
ps: buy Starting Strength nonetheless because it will help you with form. but thats all: learning form.