31 January 2018 by Zeus This coming of age book, set in the background of pre-democratic South Africa, Moffie is a memoir of sort, sharing insight into the life of then closeted, Nicholas ‘Nick’ van der Swart. Who, growing up lives harshly at the hands of his father, is conscripted into the military at the […]
If you’re like me non-fictional books have your mouth watering at a distant mention. I first got introduced to this proud father, entrepreneur and New York times best selling author James Altucher a little over 18 months ago. At a truly challenging time in my life, they’d broken into my girlfriends car and stolen my bag pack which contained 8 months of research for my book, my passport and ID, and i almost went to prison. All in the very same month. And in the spirit of seeking a way to stop feeling crappy. I came across his blog post on www.Jamesaltucher.com while browsing on the Internet, including tons of interviews he’d been doing for the past few years – since then I’ve pretty much read all of his work.
Among his myriad of work he boasts an incredible blog post is included a slew of bestselling books. In this installment James delivers a message on how you can begin to make changes in your life to build the quality of life that you live, by making the decision to choose yourself. The books is quiet a light read with some fresh insights, far from the typical personal development community overtones, he rights in a cavalier style of delivery. fashioned in a style that is both quirky as it’s Altucheresque! copies of the book can be found on Amazon.com get your self a copy it’s worth the zar!! Read more about Book review: Choose yourself by James Altucher …
Book review by Norton Nyandeni Andy Stanley is a graduate of Dallas Theological seminary and pastor of North Atlantic community church in Atlanta, Georgia. His book captures the 5 essential principles that capture the tools believed to be what the next generation leaders will need. The appeal for me wasn’t the illustrious packaging, but the […]
Review by Norton Nyandeni Research has shown that only 20% of people finish a book they just bought, 65% will go through the first chapter and even astonishing majority of people that buy a book ever go beyond the first two pages. Think about that! Those are startling figure considering the wealth of knowledge that […]
Review by Keitu Reid | Writer, entrepreneur | firstname.lastname@example.org I judge a book by whether I can be moved emotionally; in this case I was moved to tears. I judge a book by whether a character is so real in my mind I want to speak to him – in this case I wanted to […]