Monday, February 4, 2013
Charleston-based author Steve Ferber will be signing his new book “21 Rules to Live By,” on Saturday Feb. 16 at 2 p.m. at Barnes and Noble at the Mount Pleasant Towne Centre. Barnes and Noble is located at 1716 Towne Centre Way.
Ferber’s debut book draws on his 35 years of experience as journalist and entrepreneur (he retired at age 39 and has launched six companies over the years). Combining his lifelong interest in personal growth with his skills as both journalist and columnist, Ferber has put together a detailed roadmap for helping people strengthen relationships and manage life’s daily challenges. Said one reviewer:
“I want to pass this book onto my son and daughter who are in their early 30s, because the advice within it takes a lifetime to accumulate, but this book provides a short-cut to living an examined life.”
The book has drawn rave reviews from psychologists, social workers, educators, business executives and the general public. Readers young and old are drawn to the rules for life guidance. Said one 79 year old:
“I highly recommend it to all those interested in understanding themselves and how to improve the way they live their lives. The only thing is, why didn’t he do the book about 65 years ago when it would have made a big difference to my life? Oh well, as I learned from the book, it’s still not too late.”
The book is a must read for anyone who is seeking to live a more centered and balanced life. In the words of one reviewer:
“Steve Ferber’s ‘21 Rules to Live By’ should be one of those books you want to keep upon your bookshelf for life - one you will find yourself going back to and reading passages or the entire book many times throughout your life.”
Complete book reviews are available at www.21rules.com, along with information about author Steve Ferber.
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