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BOOK REVIEW: Succeed The Happionaire Way by Yogesh Chabria

BOOK REVIEW: Succeed The Happionaire Way by Yogesh ChabriaSucceed The Happionaire Way by Yogesh Chabria
Published by TV18 Broadcast Limited (CNBC TV18) on November 10th 2017
Genres: Nonfiction
Pages: 180
Format: Audiobook
Buy on Amazon

Some say happiness is a state of mind. Many believe in that. I do too. It indeed is a state of mind but we all wonder how to achieve that state of mind, don’t we?

The happiness of an individual is reflected by aspects that are prior to us mortals. These aspects fall under few different criteria and a common ground between them is where the state of happiness lies. It is not something that is achievable because there is nothing to achieve. It is a state of mind that takes some practice and wilful mindfulness on daily basis. Thus, this is the message of Yogesh Chabria, a world-renowned leader in the field of human potential, new book: Succeed The Happionaire Way.



Author Interview: Ashraf Haggag

Q. Hi Mr Haggag, and thank you for agreeing this interview. Tell us a little about yourself and your background?
I have spent nearly three decades in the corporate business world and I am currently working as a senior executive in the hospitality industry managing a group of hotels. With direct experience in many different aspects of business, including sales, marketing, revenue management, and administration. Having worked in Germany, the United States, Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia, my global experiences have encouraged me to formulate my thoughts into written documents in business, management, history that I see may be beneficial to the younger generation. Eager to bring enhanced cross-cultural awareness to today’s business leaders.


BOOK REVIEW: Murderous Greed by Arun Nair

BOOK REVIEW: Murderous Greed by Arun NairMurderous Greed by Arun K. Nair
Published by Notionpress on 2017
Genres: Mystery, Fiction
Pages: 203
Format: Paperback

Crime Fiction is one of my favourites genre to read. I can read books falling under this genre in no time. In my reading years, after reading both classics and contemporary crime fiction novels, I have concluded that a good crime fiction is written with variant in its narrative pace. Not only it keeps the reader driving forward, continue the guess work, but it eliminates the possibility of having dragging components in between. Murderous Greed by Arun K is an excellent example of that.



Ebook Available for Orders

Today, my first ebook, A Blogger’s Manifesto is available for direct orders to be read on Kindle device or application from Amazon. I am excited about it. 😄

This is the link.

All readers who pre-ordered it will get their book as soon as the clock ticks 00:01 AM on 2nd Feb in their time zones.

Friends and fellow bloggers from my own timezone can order it now from Amazon India. I am sorry that you could not pre-order it, does not allows it but hey cheer up, now you can buy it.

If you decide to read it, please leave some feedback on Amazon 👍 or Goodreads 📚 here.

I even have an Author Profile on Goodreads now 😉


Ebook available for Preorders

So I recently published my first ebook through KDP (Kinde Direct Publishing) and it feels great! 😃 It is short, and will not take much time for you to read and I hope it helps you with blogging.

The ebook will be available on Amazon on 1st Feburuary and it is available for pre-order here! for $ 2.99

Here is the blurb of the ebook:

A Blogger’s Manifesto is a short ebook about blogging written by a blogger. It covers the story of my book blog Confessions of a Readaholic and other essentials for an individual who is getting started with blogging or is a new blogger.

The book in detail covers:
– Starting a blog with zero followers
– Writing a compelling blog post
– Why Comments are essential part of blogging community
– How to reach your milestones with your blog
– Social Media and money making tips

For book bloggers:
– Writing a Book review
– Blog Tours
– Getting an ARC
– Interviewing

… and many more!


If you decide to read it, please leave some feedback on Amazon 👍

Thank you, everyone, for their support!

I am writing an Ebook for Bloggers

A tentative title and a tentative ebook cover

The year 2018: Will write an Ebook

This year, one of my goals is to write and publish an ebook.😁I am using my laptop to write one currently. I brainstormed for months last year to write about what?


BOOK REVIEW: Ice Bound by Hywel Richard Pinto

Pages: 234

Publisher: First edition (20 July 2015)

Cover Rating: 4/5

In a post-apocalyptic world, Earth is mostly covered by snow. A group of residents are traversing these frozen lands and being led by a man in search of his own father. The Diabolical army have always been one step ahead but are not the only concern of the group. Another major concern that exist is beating the nature in its own game.


Author Interview: Manoj Jain

Q. Hi Mr. Manoj Jain, and thank you for agreeing this interview. Tell us a little about yourself and your background?

By profession I am a businessman running my own export company, a business I started after I completed my studies at IIM Ahmedabad. I have always wanted to write and I finally made the plunge, writing during my business travels. Besides my business and travels, I keep busy with my ongoing psychology studies as well as learning Spanish. I believe that a person should constantly learn and grow oneself.


Announcement: Cover Reveal Service


Starting this month, I am please to add one more way I can help writers and publishers reach bookworms or may interest new readers other than their target audience. This service is called Cover Reveal/Book Spotlight, not a new concept though but will try to do it a bit differently from traditional cover reveals.


BOOK REVIEW: The Dravidian by Kalyan C. Kankanala

Pages: 178

Published: October 2017

Cover Rating: 5/5

I have said this so many times on my blog, few Indian authors write about the ancient cultural knowledge that this diverse nation possess. Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala does that in his latest book, The Dravidian. Dravidians are an ancient tribe residing in South India since the age of mythical stories such as The Ramayana. What more interesting about this book is that it is a legal thriller.



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