BUT, since my last post/update, I've finished the first draft of book two of The Learner Trilogy, and am 1/3 of the way through on the second draft. It'll probably be February 2021 for the release, but either way, that's not what this post is about.
Here's what it's really about....
Dead by Tomorrow: How to Practice the Art of Today is coming to Kindle and Paperback!
When: December 15th, 2020.
If you find yourself in the same place, you were yesterday, and the week before, and the year before that, this book is for you. Dead by Tomorrow is a mindset practice to help you grow and succeed in your life. We focus on positive practices, including health and wellness, money, work-life balance, and all the tools and tricks I use to get more out of every day.
Learning how to practice the art of today will bring positive, incremental results that add up over time and help you be a happier and better version of yourself. If you're ready to learn with people who are on the same level as you, and not some mega-wealthy, overly advantaged influencer and superstar on how to live a life worth living, this is the book for you.
Daniel Winter, my co-author, and I have been friends and mutual inspirations since 6th grade back at Crockett Middle School. He showed me where the math class was, and I tried to be cool and break in with a pencil. This jammed the lock, and a principal had to come punch the key in until the pencil's graphite was pulverized enough to unlock the classroom. Now, we've written a book on how to be awesome.
Feel free to reach out to us on our Website or Facebook, and we'd love it if you showed your support on Goodreads or Amazon. If you're interested in a review copy of either the Kindle or Audiobook version, please shoot me a message!
(yup, that's the cover!)
Ultimately, the point of this is to generate interest so we can increase sales, so if you are up for checking our book out, please follow this link to pre-order a copy of the book! It may change your life Whether you're interested or not, thank you for reading this far. I sincerely am grateful for your time, and I hope you have an incredible day. Much love, Andrew Monroe P.S. it bears repeating. PLEASE leave reviews on whatever sites you use or at least have an account on. Amazon is wild with their blocking of anyone with any ties to Daniel or I when it comes to reviews. Goodreads isn't but it also doesn't carry the same weight. Either way, both would be awesome. Thank you, thank you, thank you <3