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Warrior Book Shilling

28 Jul

I don’t do this very often, but it’s time to shill some books. Help support future publications of Warrior Poet Wisdom by picking up volumes 1-6 for your Kindle, Nook, IPad, Iphone or home computer. Unfortunately these aren’t free to publish and I could use your support! Up to this point I’ve covered all publication costs out of my own pocket because I genuinely don’t do it for the money, I do it to serve and inspire others. It’s my duty as a Warrior. If my writings resonate and inspire you, then now it’s time for you to help me serve and inspire others as well. Inspiration is not a one-way street.

Each volume is a month’s worth of courage, strength and inspiration for less than the price of a movie ticket. I realize most won’t, but for the 1-in-100 that do, thank you for your support. You are the true Warriors among us.

Peace & grace,
~Miro

Vol 1: Peace

Vol 2: Strength

Vol 3: Grace

Vol 4: Intensity

Vol 5: Resolve

Vol 6: Patience

Warrior Poet Wisdom Vol I: Peace available on iTunes

30 Sep

Greetings fellow warriors!

Warrior Poet Wisdom Vol I: Peace is now available in several different formats across the web. For a month’s worth of inspiration, motivation and empowerment, visit any of these fine retailers and find the format that best suits you:

  • For warriors seeking inspiration on the go, Warrior Poet Wisdom Vol I: Peace is now available on iTunes for your iPad, iPhone or iPod. Search “Warrior Poet Wisdom” in the iTunes store and own the eBook in seconds.
  • For Kindle owners, the book is available on the Amazon website.
  • For Nook owners, it’s available on the Barnes & Noble website.
  • If you don’t own any of these fancy new-age eBook reading mobile doodads or gagets, you can find it in the Sony Reader Store and read it on a good old fashioned computer with their Reader program for PC or Mac.

Many different ways to get the book. Hope you’re not too “busy” to give it a read. 😉

Wishing all of you continued strength, focus & inspiration!

Peace,
Miro