Contact: Charles Collins, 781-806-5188, email@example.com
Boston, MA – For the third straight day, Making a Masterpiece of Your Life: The Craftsman's Way of the Art & Science of Skillful Living has maintained the #1 Best Seller spot in the personal transformation category and captured the #2 place in the self-help, motivational books niche among Amazon Kindle eBooks at: http://www.amazon.com/
"Even more exciting" quipped Collins, “the book is currently ranked #230 out of over one million books in the Kindle Store as of this writing, according to Amazon's official tracking system. That's a phenomenal response. We couldn't be more pleased." Today is the last day of the free promotional period sponsored by Griffon House Publishing. Special holiday pricing will go into effect starting Saturday, December 15, 2012 through to New Year's Day 2013.
"We want to give people the opportunity wherever they may be in the world, to offer their friends and loved ones an affordable and easy gift to give this holiday season. What better way than to gift someone and wish them to 'make a masterpiece of their lives'" commented Collins. Amazon's special 'Give as a Gift' button on the book's page makes is simple. 'World Masterpiece Day' returns again next year on December 12, 2013.
About the Book
Making a Masterpiece of Your Life was originally created in the early 1990's by the Collins family inspired by the practice of craftsmanship as a guiding principle recognized by every culture in the world that anyone can apply to excel in the 'craft of life'. It is an organizing framework - like a craftsman's workshop - to practice life as a defined 'craft', and not a random collection of experiences. The goal; "to craft a masterpiece of your life, and to teach our children to craft a masterpiece of their own.
About the Author
Charles Collins is an international business executive with major contributions in the fields of international commerce and business performance management. Making a Masterpiece of Your Life is his first work in the LIFECRAFT Collection of six planned books.
To learn more visit: www.facebook.com/