It's time for another FABULOUS #PopUpBlogTour thanks to the wonderful folks at Booksparks who are eager to put YOU right there with the best of the best of recently released titles. Take today's for example...or rather take BOTH of them. That's right. I'm doubling up on the tours in todays post because there's actually a common thread despite the difference genres. If you've been in the blogosphere or on social media, at some point you've heard about "white washing" when it comes to stories, and covers. Personally, it doesn't matter to me the color or nationality of a character, I'll read them all, but it seems that some get better feedback or more interest shown when used above others. Fair? No. Right? Certainly not. The case here? Nope. In fact, BOTH of the titles I'm featuring today feature leads foreign in ethnicity (and proud of it!) on their journey from fledging newcomer (whether to this country or simply to life in general) to soaring success...well, okay, that's not actually the case for the one, but, ah, well...you'll see. Anywho, let's get to popping!
Engineering a Life is an examination of Bedi’s life, and how he has handled the plethora of curve balls thrown his way with determination, humor, and an unwavering faith that everything would work out. This is a book about values and faith and the importance of friendship, family, and hard work. It’s a story about achieving the American Dream, proving that no matter how thoroughly you map out your life’s journey, no matter how many blueprints you draw up, when you veer off the course you’ve plotted―as we all do, somehow, in the end―you end up where you’re supposed to be.
A fictionalized memoir of the author’s life as a young man in Lincoln, Nebraska, The Frontman is a coming-of-age tale of love and fidelity.