*I’m going to change my structure of the Book reviews now. I’m going to just post this link in the review section of Goodreads. Again, if you’d like to add me to your Goodreads, I’d love to see what you are reading.*
A fellow blogger Evan@ The Better Man Project (click on the link there to see his latest pos) published his new motivational/inspirational book, The Better Man Project. If you haven’t checked out his blog, its a nice little space to visit with lots of motivational and uplifting words and posts. I always like to stop by and I always leave with a little bit more.
I don’t usually read books in this genre but seeing as I adore reading Evan’s blog, I decided to buy it since he also made this available on e-book at a very affordable price of $4.99 USD. I’m still adapting to reading e-books..so this one took me a 3 weeks to read. Hopefully the next book review will be in a shorter time frame 🙂
This book is about his ongoing journey to becoming a better man. Explain what he values and the importance of it, its motivating and inspiring others to not be afraid to dream big and to chase your dreams. I`m going to quote the book for writing the synopsis with one of his sentences in his book:
I always promised to make my writing as honest as possible, encompassing both the light and the darkness while setting out with the aim to inspire others to lead powerful and inspiring lives.-Evan Sanders
He talks about what he has gone through and the little things that happen in his life to lead him to change his perspective on things and uses it to show us how to view others and see issues in a more positive light.
There really isn’t much of a summary to the book but that. Its not a fictional story but an account of what one person has gone through. I think his project is quite honorable and worthy of mention. The path to become a better person, the path to have the courage to follow our passion is a huge step and one that maybe before I read this, I had already understood those perspectives. However, sometimes we need to read it again for the reminder to keep things in positive light.
It was quite an inspirational read, mostly because there were many situations where I connected and related to. It helped me see some issues I was having in another perspective. I think the end goal of this book was right on. It definitely was an enjoyable read 🙂
If Evan reads this, I wish him the best of luck with this book, and fellow readers out there (I know there’s a few of you), remember to check it out and give him some support!
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I wanted to take the time, just as you did to write me a review, to send you a thank you. What makes me incredibly happy is one of the sentences you wrote about how the book connected with you and gave you “perspective” on what was going on in your life. That was the intent of the book. To give people a little light in a world that can be a very dark place. You nailed it.
You also nailed another part of the reason I wrote the book. To inspire people to live powerful and impassioned lives. To go after their dreams and to not stop short of achieving them. I am very honored to have a review written by you. Your words were very kind. Thank you again.
If you could do me a favor and post your review on Amazon & the iTunes store, that would be fantastic. I think that many could benefit from reading your words.
Hi Evan, I already posted the link there and gave a little summary of the review on Amazon. I`m not sure if I can do it with itunes without an account but I`ll check it out for sure 🙂 Anything to help! Your book is truly inspiring and I hope that you will share more with everyone! 🙂
Oh really? It might not have shown up! uh oh haha. Am I just blind?
I`ll double check 🙂 I don`t post many reviews so maybe something went wrong..haha!
Maybe its because I left a review on Amazon.ca instead of Amazon.com.
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A fantastic book review. Give Kim’s page some love @ Tranquil Dreams
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