Book Review: Wellth by Jason Wachob

The cleverly titled Wellth by Jason Wachob looks past the author’s troubles and tribulations of being a millionaire and tries to focus on what he considers to be true wellth…going beyond money and material things. Sadly, it is disjointed and painful to read.

While this book does have some interesting insights sprinkled throughout, all too often it gets bogged down in self indulgent stories and pretentiousness. One is left wondering if this a self-help book or an autobiography? I’m still not sure.

Some gems do exist but you have to sift through a lot of sediment to get to them. I did not feel very “well” after reading this.

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.



Book Review: Portrait Revolution by Julia L. Kay

Exploring a vast array of mediums used by artists to create portraits, Julia L. Kay provides a fresh new look at the age old subject in her newest book Portrait Revolution. While much more of an idea book, than a “how to” book, there are tons of tips and pointers to go along with the portraits. Whether you’re looking for the conventional to the creative, you can find it all within these pages.

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.