On to the Next Thing: A Memoir on Crime, Choices, and Change (Paperback)

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By Corbin Bosiljevac, Liliana Guia (Cover Design by), Joseph Bosiljevac (Editor)
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"4 out of 5 Stars. Engrossing and earnest, On to the Next Thing is an insightful and positive journey through an empowering personal philosophy." - Brenna O'Hara, Reedsy Discovery


Entertaining true crime meets an encouraging spiritual awakening.


Having the right mix of encouragement and entertainment, Corbin Bosiljevac's memoir gets to the heart of an extraordinary story told by an ordinary man. When questionable choices, addiction, and mental health consume his existence, the yearning for something larger becomes imperative.


This is a true story about a man's struggles through a time in his life when choices led him astray. From college graduate and Fortune 1000 salesman, to black-market drug dealing, crime emerged as an every day event. Illicit drugs and illegal commerce became profitable and daunting, while the danger of these activities began to creep closer by the hour.


With federal prison as the catalyst, there was a chance that he would not recover. Being a fearful time, the crippling anxiety overshadowed any hope that he had left. But his life was rebuilt with a new foundation. These changes did not come easily or quickly, but anything worthwhile never does. This is truly a story of redemption.


"On to the Next Thing" is an exceptional read about not giving up on life no matter how far you have fallen. Our individual journeys do not necessarily unfold as we have planned, but it is our experiences that shape our time. These experiences during this time are his story.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781735721736
ISBN-10: 1735721735
Publisher: Blu Press Media
Publication Date: July 31st, 2021
Pages: 250
Language: English

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