Book of Month

March 27, 2018

Leveling Up Your Life

"Leveling Up Your Life: Build a Business Around Your Life, Not a Life Around Your Business" by Ken Brokaw

| Website | Facebook | Instagram | Leveling Up Your Life is all about taking action as an entrepreneur. It is a blueprint that will give you more time, income and peace of mind. In order for you to live the life you have always wanted, your business needs to be built the correct way. You need to first build your desired life as if it already exists and then make all business decisions around that lifestyle. From strategy to execution, the book covers the essential elements to level up your life such as health, mindfulness and relationships. It will also help you level up your business by giving you both financial and time management strategies you can execute immediately to create more freedom and income. In this book you will discover: - How to better your health and mindfulness to create unstoppable energy - How to create meaningful relationships that help you excel in life and in business - How to systemize your business tasks to create more time for the things you love - How to use energy management to create the most productive daily schedule - How to build multiple streams of income to obtain financial freedom.

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March 27, 2018

poop 2: the play

"poop 2: the play" by Paschul X

The story of 2 detectives trying to clean up the city that they love, while a madman tracks down a boy band.

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March 25, 2018

Josephine Marlin and The Alternatives

"Josephine Marlin and The Alternatives" by  Karen Eastland

Two will die. Four will rise. Are they our only hope? Just when I thought things couldn’t get any worse, my entire life was upended. I found myself in a race against time to save a friend, and damn it if someone wasn’t trying to kill me as well. I’m Josephine Marlin, and today I woke up in a dark, wet, smelly room. I had no freakin’ clue where I was but knew someone else was locked up with me. They weren’t talking, though they cried a lot, and damn did my head hurt. Brain was absolutely no help and the next thing I knew, my friends started to change into... well let’s just say this year’s Christmas party will not lack intrigue, nor an abundance of Laurel wreaths.

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March 24, 2018

Debbie

"Debbie" by Nathalie Ada

Debbie is the story of a young girl whose life trajectory ends in a parabola. She is in her early teen and affected by the gores of her decisions. Debbie is a good read for teenagers, those approaching their teen; young adults could learn from her too.  Extract : Debbie is seen sitting and cuddling her feet. She seats quietly by the corner of the sitting room close to the shelf. Her gown, which she loved when mom had bought it for her was used as a cushion to hold the door from closing in on her. She left the gown just like that; it was apparently not what she loved again.  The day mom presented the dress to her; Debbie had jumped and held the dress with both hands admiring the colors. Her broad smiles were the only features mom could notice when she ran to the kitchen to sing mom’s praise and show more appreciation for the gown. Today is different; the gown is not as important as she thought it was; at least, not as important as a sibling. She now used it as if it was old clothing.

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