Midwest Book Review: ‘Millionaire’s Message’ is “highly recommended”
Bryan James’s book The Millionaire’s Message: The Homemade Millionaire’s Secrets of the Rich and Free is “highly recommended and potentially life-changing” according to a recent review by the Midwest Book Review. This is the second review that praises this book, the first being one written for Readers’ Favorites.
The Midwest Book Review’s “critique” reads in full:
A quick and easy read that is specifically designed and written for the non-specialist general reader who would like to improve the quality of their life by increasing their access to the money an improved life-style would require, “The Millionaire’s Message: The Homemade Millionaire’s Secrets of the Rich and Free” is highly recommended and potentially life-changing. It should be noted that “The Millionaire’s Message: The Homemade Millionaire’s Secrets of the Rich and Free” is also available in a Kindle edition ($4.99).
Tony Michalski, the publisher of the book, says The Millionaire’s Message is “exemplary of the excellent books we publish. It’s perfect and necessary reading for Attainers, MLMers, business people, and just about anyone who wants a better life. We’re pleased to receive such an excellent review from such a prestigious reviewer as the Midwest Book Review.”
The Millionaire’s Message is author Bryan James’s second book. He is also the author of the international best-selling book, The Parable of the Homemade Millionaire, a book the legendary Charlie “Tremendous” Jones called “a great little book to build a better life for yourself and your family.” Mr. James has been recognized, on many occasions, for his outstanding contributions to local charitable organizations and has served on several of their boards of trustees.
Established in 1976, the Midwest Book Review is an organization committed to promoting literacy, library usage, and small press publishing. The MBR publishes the monthly book review magazines specifically designed for community and academic librarians, booksellers, and the general reading public.