If you are a book blogger/reviewer, I have a proposition for you!
I would love to send you copies of my book Of Opinions: Essays on Life, Love and Loneliness (available in all e-book formats – .mobi, .epub, .pdf etc.) to read and review.
It is a non-fiction book comprising of humourous essays on contemporary life (covering everything from singing in the shower to whining about social media). To brutally get down to business, it is a light, short read (should take a couple of hours or so) that makes you chuckle and think. Perfect read for the weekend!
If you are interested, write me at email@example.com . Please add a link to your blog/goodreads page/ at least one Amazon review/any other book reviewing platform for me to know that you’re actually interested in this sort of thing!
If you’re not personally interested, but can think of some other book blogger who might be, it would be much appreciated if you shared this!
Description of Of Opinions:
A millennial going through a quarter-life crisis? What could be more annoying?
Ah, but there is more to it than meets the eye. Sample this:
Past your quarter-life, it is stupid to try to be young and idiotic to try to be old. You do not have the energy for the former, and you do not have the money for the latter.
They call it battling depression as it it were a one-off event, lasting only a few days. But, to me, it feels like warring depression, going on relentlessly with no sign of an end, both parties suffering without one winning over the other, with a scarcity of provisions ever on the rise. Sometimes it deceives me into thinking it is better, and there is song and dance that signals the end is near. Only to be bombed with greater force, as though the stasis of war felt better than its cruel re-advent.
Taking life in all its variety, Of Opinions dares to, well, have opinions on them. It’s a mad, motley bunch of musings that will make you laugh, cry and perhaps, change your life. And while it does not claim to be the Best Book Ever, it is certainly up there with the most bizarre – mixing humor with philosophy. For, when did one exist without the other?
From singing in the shower, to whining about social media, to having many deep thoughts on art and mortality, Of Opinions takes you on a journey into the author’s life and soul.
Just to recap, if you wish to review Of Opinions, write me at firstname.lastname@example.org adding a link to your book reviewing platform (blog, goodreads page etc.)
Have a nice day!