Justin Blaney is the #1 bestselling author of 6 books including Evan Burl and the Falling and the critically acclaimed photography journal, Fast Wide Open. He began attending college at 16, married his high school sweetheart at 17, and had three daughters by 21. While earning several graduate degrees and raising his young family, Justin founded more than a dozen businesses and nonprofits, making him a millionaire at the age of 25. He has since lost his fortune several times over, but through the ups and downs discovered the work for which he was designed.
Justin’s passion is helping individuals and organizations develop and share their uniqueness, enabling them to achieve their greatest success in life and business. He’s reached over a million people in dozens of countries, getting to work with and be mentored by some of the most influential figures of our time. His blogs JustinBlaney.com and I4J.org receive over 100,000 monthly views and he is followed by more than 40,000 on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Youtube. Justin and his family live outside Seattle.
on Jan. 07, 2014 :
Dreamer Janae Schiele
We were looking for the bomber threatening to blow up NYC. Roger,Daphne & Carl, were helping to solve the former crime case. Next target is the Empire State Building. The team went to clear everyone out.
Bliss Vanessa Rasanen
Reminiscing about a past love.
Cinderella Goes to the Potty Justin Blaney
Out of the Shadows Katrina Umland
Facing Memories Deanna Wiseburn
Cool book cover, font & writing style. A fairly well written mysterious crime, suspenseful paranormal or schifi exciting fast paced set of 5 short stories (book). Fairly easy to read/follow from start/finish, never a dull moment. A lot of surprising twists/turns. No grammar errors, or out of line/repetitive sequence sentences. A great set of characters. This could make a set of short films. I took me to the very end of 3 of the 5 short stories (book) to piece them together. All said, I can only give the book a rating of 4/5 stars.
Thank you for the free book (4 short stories)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)
on Jan. 02, 2014 :
A wonderful collection, especially the first. Loved them all.
(review of free book)