Non-Fiction: The Book of Life


The Book Of Life

Change your Mind and Change your Life!

Length: 212 pages
Size: 6×9 inches
Language: This book is written in British English
ISBN: 978-0-9870117-0-1 (Print)
ISBN: 978-0-9870117-1-8 (e‑Book)

Também disponível em Português This book has been translated into Portuguese

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  • Creativity
  • Happiness
  • Inner Child
  • Motivational
  • Personal Transformation
  • Self-Esteem
  • Self-Help
  • Spiritual
  • Stress Management


There is no 7 step, 14 day, 5-exercise plan to being yourself. Fortunately, The Book of Life presents logical information that can guide you on numerous subjects.

The material contained in these pages is written in a layman’s “black and white” approach. There are no enigmas, mysteries, or secrets. The content is presented in a digestible, humorous fashion.

Sheep faithfully follow the same path home day after day. You have the choice of a different path, take it, and enjoy the new scenery. The aim of this book is to make you think. Once you do, you will never be the same again ….

Key Concepts

  • Karma
  • Personal Power
  • Abundance
  • Wealth & Success
  • Stress
  • Debt and Money
  • Love & Guilt
  • Happiness & Depression
  • Freedom
  • Confidence
  • Relationships
  • Master Goals
  • Spirituality
  • Martyrs & Victims
  • Communication
  • Affirmation
  • Motivation
  • Manifesting
  • Leadership

Book Reviews

A Do it Yourself Book for Fixing Your Life

While reading The Book of Life I quickly realized that it applies to any age. I’m 71 years old but over and over I found myself thinking “of course!” (light bulb moment) “I can do that”. It also repeatedly crossed my mind that the information and advice in this book would apply to my daughter and even my grandchild, who is suffering from being 16 and unsure of life and herself.

I’m sharing this book with them. I started reading this book and quickly found I had read several chapters. It’s easy to get in to. The writer is literate without trying to show how much he knows. It is written with the right amount of humor. It’s down to earth and peppered with basic life examples we all come across. I highly recommend this book. The Kindle Fire edition is the best because of the formatting.

E. A. Etheridge

Editorial Review

An inspiring and insightful guide to modern-day living, a wonderful mixture of the serious and the humorous, the wise and the quirky.

Prof. Hendrik Hofmeyr, University of Cape Town

A Must Read Common Sense Guide!

This is probably not the “last self-help book you’ll ever read, it’s certainly not the last self-help book Jo is likely to write (and looking forward to more). However, it will make you THINK and help you gain perspective on “self-helpism. Quit obsessing about the future and what you don’t have. Seize the moment. Let go of the fear that holds us all back. A life well-lived must, in fact, be authentically lived, not just contemplated … Read More

Gary M. Wilt

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