Review: Happy Every Day & Author Interview


It’s too easy to give in to the daily grind and become filled with stress, anxiety and anxiousness, and then become creatively blocked, unproductive and unhappy. But when you take a few specifically designed moments each day for yourself you can re-energize your enthusiasm, motivation, and passion.

When happy you are naturally more productive and creative.

If you are like most people, then you are conditioned to wait for the next shoe to drop. It’s not your fault, and there’s no one to blame. It’s just the way it is and there’s nothing you can do about it. Or is there?

Happiness is a state of a mind, and you alone have the power to decide how happy you can be. You just might not know it yet.

These strategies will help you recognize and transform your thinking into a positive mindset that has you excited to start each day and live your passion to the fullest. Light, easy-to-digest tips will guide you to happiness not just today, but every day.

My Review

Happy Every Day is a guide to creating new habits to bring happiness into your life. The chapters are short and simple, giving fantastic quotes on happiness and actionable steps, making it a resource that you can use every day. This is book that requires action. Grab a journal and pen and get ready to take small steps each day to bring true change and happiness into your life.

Bryan shares with us the truth that we can so often forget – true happiness has nothing to do with the circumstances in our life. If we have the tools, we can have happiness even on our most challenging days. In Happy Every Day, we’re given those tools in a simple, easy to understand manner.

If you’re ready to put in a little work to experience more happiness in your life, pick up this book. You’ll be glad you did.



What’s your story? How did you get into writing?

I always loved writing, but didn’t take it seriously until I started writing about my childhood, which became my memoir “One Boy’s Struggle”. The more I wrote in my journal, the more I began to understand myself and at the same time doing so sparked a love affair within me for writing. I have been writing daily ever since.

What advice do you have for aspiring authors?

Write what you love, and keep writing even if it is just for yourself. We get to share our ideas with the world, but ultimately the greatest pleasure is the writing itself.

What are you working on now?

Right now I am working on the release of my new book “Happy Every Day – Simple, Effective Ways to Better Days”. It’s a simple book about using daily strategies to be happy, which you reviewed, thank you very much.

What has been the most challenging part of publishing or marketing your book?

The most challenging part is getting people interested who normally would not be interested. I just learned a valuable lesson in marketing my latest book. You have to know your audience, but sometimes we want to stretch beyond and reach more people and sometimes when we reach too far we reach people who are not only not interested but don’t like the subject, or the ideas presented and by reaching the wrong readers the results you seek can backfire.

What has been your favorite part?

My favorite part is connecting with the right people, the people who are interested, because that makes it all worthwhile.

Who are your favorite authors?

Stephen King and Anne Rice

What gave you the idea for your current work?

Happy Every Day is a book about life and learning to live in a new way, a way that was so hard for me to find because I constantly fought against it. I didn’t think it was possible. However, once the strategies I learned began to take hold I was astounded at how much better every day became and decided I needed to share them with others who may be looking for what I was looking for, simple ways to be happy every day.

If you could be any character in a book, which one would you be?

Yikes! Harry Potter, of course. No, that’s too easy. The Vampire Lestat would be funner.

What other books have you written and/or are working on for the future?

I’ve written several books concerning life with ADHD. Anyone reading this that has ADHD should visit my website or search my name on Amazon.

What’s your favorite quote?

“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.” ~Jim Rohn

What’s your favorite supernatural creature?

A vampire of course, isn’t that everyone’s?

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