Monday, July 22, 2013

BLOGGER BOOK FAIR - MEET DANIEL ALEXANDER

Today I'm hosting Daniel Alexander in the Blogger Book Fair. He writes about parenting and the impact that parental action has on kids later in life. Read on to find out more ....

About the Author

Daniel Alexander was born in Durban, South Africa, in 1983. After a largely uninspired, uncreative and lonely youth, he graduated from college with a diploma in computer science and worked as a programmer. Programming left him un-stimulated, so after many years he left. The next few years turned out to be tempestuous. Traumatic events followed and inspired this book, which fulfills one of his goals and desires.

Life has changed now, and the author studies the mind and gives talks on parenting and related subjects. He has a deep passion for those in need and has formed relationships with wellness and addiction centers, family crisis mediators and other similar organizations. His passion now lies in helping people understand how their beliefs affect their lives and how often those beliefs start when they are young. His mission is to educate parents and make them aware of the impact they have on their children, so we can build a better tomorrow for all children.







Tired of Your Children’s Bad Attitude:

Back Chatting, Fighting, Whining…?

Would you like to:
P   gain the respect you deserve?
P   reclaim your relationships with your children?
P   build a happy, harmonious home, free from fighting?
P   give your children the best start to life?
P   protect your child?


About the Book

Communication and relationship experts say that communication should be a two-way street. For many years however, society adopted the attitude of “children are to be seen, not heard.” This has had a profound effect on our ability to build relationships today, often resulting in children who backchat, fight and whine. Sound familiar…?
To help you better understand your children you need to turn things around and look at life from their point of view. This helps you improve your understanding of their feelings, attitudes and thoughts, so you can give them the best start to life and create the happy, harmonious home you’ve always dreamed of.
Much research and professional input went into writing the latest breakthrough-parenting book Through the Crimson Mirror. Many interviews were conducted including those with psychologists, psychiatrists, teachers, children, parents, reformed drug addicts and alcoholics, people who work with children who have learning challenges such as ADHD and dyslexia, and many more.
Through the Crimson Mirror is unique. It shares all the lessons the author wishes he’d learned while growing up, wrapped in a story. This makes it easy to read and interesting for parents, young adults and book readers.

What others are saying

“Daniel interviewed many educators, parents and medical professionals to get a balanced insight.” Pat Pughe-Parry of Living ADDventure.
“Whether you're a parent or not, you'll enjoy it and start thinking critically about the world around you. That's something very few authors can achieve, so I have to congratulate Daniel Alexander on that. I give this book 4.5/5 stars.” Internet book reviewer, Carrie Slager.
Computers have very quickly integrated themselves into our lives. We have to regularly update the software to make sure they run at their best.
Isn’t it time you learned something new about what’s most precious to you: your children?

Through the Crimson Mirror

Half price on Kindle for the Blogger Book Fair: only $2.99 - your children are worth it!
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Beginners Success in Public Speaking on Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00A4UF06A
Beginners Success in Public Speaking in print https://www.createspace.com/4326431 (will be available on Amazon in a week)


2 comments:

  1. Hi Melissa .. interesting - I've just bought it .. and I hope Daniel does well with his series.

    The connection with South Africa also interests me .. so I expect there'll be other aspects I can tie into ..

    Thanks for highlighting this .. cheers Hilary

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    1. Hi Hilary! Cheers! And Thank you for buying the book - hope you enjoy it.

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