Pretty, right?

Well, they can be yours. One copy of each of my titles. Signed, delivered to your doorstep. And it’s for a cause too. A good cause. You can read about it here.


$99.99, international shipping included.

Too pricey?

Did I mention it’s for a cause?

Four signed paperbacks… I’d say it’s worth it.

Not sure?

Well, you can read reviews about the books on Amazon here. Or on Goodreads. Here.

If you’d like to purchase a book bundle, you can do so on my e-store here. All payments secured by PayPal.

P.S. You might be interested in the Mentorship Program, which just got a huge discount from $249.99 to $149.99. What is that, you say? Well, it’s a program in which I’ll teach you everything I know about blogging. Life changing stuff. You can check it out here.


Due to a tragic turn of events, I have two weeks to find a place to stay. Or I’ll be homeless. I also have to get the money to pay the advance for a new place to stay.

This makes me want to cry.

Makes me angry.

Tomorrow I’ve got the surgery. Then we’ll see what’s going to happen.

Right now, I need all the help I can get. I mean, I need your help, so I don’t end up on the streets.

When I thought that not being able to eat and smile was as big a problem as they can come…

If you’d like to help me out, you can donate any amount you see fit here.

Also, you can purchase reblogs here. Signed paperbacks here.


There are two ways to be happy: change the situation, or change your mindset towards it.

Today’s society is obsessed with happiness. We want instant gratification, success, fame, soulmates that never die…

We grow complacent with people and ideas. We grow cold and bitter because we want what we want and we want it now, and sadly the Universe doesn’t work like this.

We don’t fight for what we want. We don’t have the patience to wait for the good things in life. And we certainly don’t want to put in the effort required to cultivate the necessary perspective for happiness.

Yes, that’s right. Happiness is simply a way of looking at things. A matter of perspective. It’s not a destination, but a way of travel.

It’s deciding to be who you want to be inspite of everyone else telling you to be something else. It’s liking who you are, being proud of who you’ve become.

It’s embracing all that you are (and are not).

It’s not about what you get in life, but about what you become by getting what you want.

It’s not about possession, but about acceptance and gratitude.

“If the world was free of problems, paradise would lose its value.”Mufti Menk

Biggest problem people have? Their belief that they shouldn’t have problems. That they are entitled to eternal happiness. Well, that’s not how this thing works.

Happiness is never a right. It is earned and fought for through blood and tears, and even then we all can slip and fall right back to where we started. There is no such thing as eternal happiness.

There is no such thing as the pursuit of happiness…

Happiness is simply the by-product of a life lived well. Happiness is progress. Happiness is choosing optimism and hope, day after day after day; it’s choosing to be aware of oneself and those around him.

We’re all human. We’re all flawed. But we do have it in ourselves to cultivate the proper habits to be happy.

“Having had some reblogs with Cristian’s, the results often were better than promoting the posts on other media. Thank you, Cristian.” – Mohamad Karbi

What is a reblog?

I’d call them trailers for blog posts.

Let’s say you write a blog post. So, I choose a short snippet of that post (usually the first lines) then add a link to your post. I put this on my blog.

This way, over 126, 000 people get to see this short preview. Those who want to read more, click on the link and go to your blog.

It’s a way to gain exposure.

Why do you sell reblogs?

Right now, all the funds go to paying for medical bills. Given my current situation.

In the past, I have used the funds for new projects, websites, or technology I needed. Also, to pay for editing and releasing novels.

My way of viewing it, it’s a win-win situation: you get more exposure for your blog, which means more followers, more engagement with your content, and I get a chance to keep doing what I love.

5 Reblogs – $59.99 New Price: $39.99.

You can use the reblogs whenever you need them. They never expire, so you don’t have to worry about that.

You can purchase them here.

10 ReblogsBEST VALUE $59.99. 

You can purchase here.

The whole process is simple. After you’ve made your purchase, I’ll contact you via e-mail and we can set everything up. Payments are secured via PayPal.

One day guy. Last chance. Tomorrow, prices go back to $24.99 per reblog.

It would be a shame not to take advantage of this great offer.



6 months ago I started a project to read 12 books on the French Revolution. From the beginning, I wanted to write a book from this experience, but I didn’t know what it would look like. After a lot of help from friends and family, I decided to take the top 5 books on the French Revolution and write a nonfiction narrative which was approachable and informative to a broad audience. I wrote it with my natural love for humor, biography, and modern-day relevancy. The end result was my first ever book: Tackle the Library – The French Revolution. It’s about 80 mini-pages and the perfect amount of French Revolution for people who love to learn but don’t have the time or full interest to read a behemoth text. Today is Bastille Day, the equivalent of the 4th of July in France. The French Revolution brought us Marie Antoinette…

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First of all, I’d like to thank Jane, Denise, Tiffany and all the other wonderful people who have donated. I know it is an act of faith to help a stranger over the Internet. I appreciate every donation. It is not the money that matters, but the decision to help, to provide support.

We have raised the funds for the surgery, appointment set for Friday.  Let’s see how this goes.

There’s still a long way to go, more treatments, more money… I want it to end, honestly. To be healthy, to eat and smile like the rest of the people, and get on to do other things.

If you’d like to help me in this endeavor, you can donate any amount you see fit via PayPal here.

Also, you can support me by ordering signed paperback copies of all my books here.

Once again, thank you all for your continued support,


Ask Me Anything: About Blogging

Hi guys,

The title is self-explanatory.

Ask me anything you’d like to know about blogging. From stuff about the WordPress platform to advice on writing posts, social media, stuff like that.

I’ll be here waiting for your comments.