Ello there friendly folks.

I went to a bookstore and asked the saleswoman, “Where’s the self-help section?” She said if she told me, it would defeat the purpose.

*ba-dum-chh*

I think if I became a part of an actually book club I would read faster.

I’m telling you, I’m dragging my feet on my growing collection of books. I did not buy them to house dust bunnies! I’m almost done a Dean Koontz book and it’s awesome so I can’t wait to give y’all the write up.

Back to the book club.

Have you ever heard of a book mlm? I hadn’t either, but then I learned about Bookwise. And it intrigued me because I’m always looking for peoples book reviews and what has hit the best seller list for the week. Bookwise does that, but it also goes the extra mile you get a monthly ebook from a new author, a monthly audio book, a speed reading lesson, tax tips, and financial advice.

When you head over to their site, you’ll see it is a business in the making. This will be a growing site and I’m hoping it becomes a bit more user friendly and less..well..personal (You learn a lot about the mind behind Bookwise). The main concept is for avid readers to link up, and keep themselves posted on new reads while also keeping wholesale book prices at their finger tips.

Is it for you? I don’t know. I’m not you. I wish there were a book mlm that was more in the genres I prefer. This book club is for people who want to have their own business and learn to be successful. So I’m going to continue searching, but I thought I’d spread the word for those of you out their who are more like Alex P. Keaton (from Family Ties). =o)

There is a quick video you can watch to learn more about Bookwise.


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