“Jazz is a remarkable story that will stay with you long after you read it.” – Katie Jennings
So I’ve decided to offer my stories and novels as part of an e-book bundle.
“I completely fell in love with Cristian Mihai’s beautiful way of writing.” – Emma Snow
The e-book bundle contains 4 novels, one novella, 4 short stories, a compilation of essays on art and writing, and a compilation of short stories written with Anca Dunavete.
It costs only $6.99 (I know, a bargain) and can be purchased here. It’s available in Kindle, EPUB, and PDF formats, so you can read them with any e-reader or smart phone or even on your computer.
“Simply written, simply expressed, it is a gem of a book […]” – F.J. Schurr
Mihai’s writing style is very accessible and does not suffer from the didactic or dry tone that some non-fiction works display. Even if you do not agree with all of his insights, and he is clear (happy even) that you might not, the prose demonstrates that his approach has worked for him. – Dave Higgins
“For such a young writer, Cristian Mihai shows amazing promise with Jazz.” – Britt Skrabanek
“C’est beau; c’est tout simplement beau.” – Daphnée Kwong Waye
“We don’t know who we are until we see what we can do.” – Martha Grimes
Who are you? What defines you as a person? What qualities do you possess? But what about flaws? What do you want most in life? What are you afraid of the most?
If only it were so simple to answer those questions. A person is the sum total of all his experiences until the present moment. Experiences and reactions to those experiences. Not only the story, but the change that accompanied said story.
What I’m really trying to say is that we change. We become more and more what the world wants us to be, or we become more and more who we want to be. Either way, we change.
But I strenuously believe that we must set our own course, that we must aspire to be the kind of person we’d love to meet, even though it’s no easy task.
“It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.” – Bill Gates
I believe that we learn a lot more from failure than we ever do from success. While the latter has the tendency of getting to your head, failure keeps one’s motivation strong. Or at least it should.
How you handle failure defines you more than the way you handle success. How you manage to get up tells more about your character than the way you behave after you’ve gotten up. Continue reading
Unfortunately we didn’t get the chance to raise enough funds for me to go to the endodontist on the 30th. So far, with 18 days left in the campaign, we still have $930 left to raise.
If you can afford to and want to help me out, you can do so by donating any amount you see fit here.