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Book Tour - Total Blueprint for World Domination by Jolene Stockman

Front Cover

It's great to part of this book's journey!

When my parents bought me my sewing machine many years ago, the gift tag read "believe in your ability and this will become your best friend" or something to that ilk. This book reminded me a little of that - it gives you the matter-of-fact motivational speech needed by some many youngsters.

4 Stars!

"Total Blueprint for World Domination" is an inspirational book for young people. Young people need to think big, and believe in themselves, and this book certainly helps with that!

There are motivational speeches and activities gallore. Some of the activities have been seen before, but others are new to me. Occasionally, books heap activities onto the reader like nobody's business, but this book gets it just right. Not too many, and not too few. The reader is left feeling like they can take part without worrying about the time!

And did I mention the graphics? The design of the book is eye catching and, in itself, inspirational! I love the theme of superheroes throughout, in a truly comic book style, and the snippits of funny, inspirational stories are fantastic.

Overall, I would recommend this book to teachers and librarians who want to give young adults that magic push to believe in themselves.

Persuaded to buy the book? You can buy it from Amazon.

Here's a bit more information about the author...

Author Bio

Jolene Stockman
Jolene Stockman is a multi-award winning author, speaker, and business owner. She is also
tangata whaitakiwātanga; an autistic person. Since her adult diagnosis, she has gone public
with her experience - its challenges and superpowers as a TEDx Talk

Her books let you uncover your superpowers to design (and dominate!) your dream world.




Oh, and I mustn't forget! Jolene Stockman is running a giveaway for a $75 Amazon/BN GC! You can enter it through Rafflecopter here:

Enter to win a $75 Amazon/BN GC – a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thanks to Goddess Fish for organising this book tour!


  1. Did you go to school and major in writing?

    1. Most of my education has been in writing (technical, scriptwriting, business writing, copywriting, etc.) but my degree is in broadcasting :)

  2. Oh, thank you so much for your beautiful review Clemency! Eeeeeeee!

  3. I am excited to read this book and my email is

    1. Yay! I'm excited for you to read it! You can get the original text-only version of the book for free on Amazon here

  4. Another great book to discover. Thanks so much for sharing this with us.

  5. Sounds like a book I will enjoy!

  6. If you could have a do over, what would you do differently?

    1. Sooooo many things! (There's a book to write!) What about you?

  7. Sounds like an amazing Book! Thank you for sharing with us! Children needs to beleive in themself!

  8. Do you have any exciting plans for the Labor Day weekend?

  9. Thank you so much for supporting my book launch! You can download the original text-only version of the book for free on Amazon here (if you want to!)


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