Wick or Fuse – Book Review

One of the guaranteed ways of ensuring that you achieve your life goals and objectives is by trying to be a better person than you were yesterday. Francesca Flood, the author of Wick or Fuse, an inspiring and motivational book, is a professional life coach, speaker, and activist who aims at helping people discover their inherent capabilities through her books. Before proceeding, it is important to point out that this is a nonprofit book; all the proceeds are donated to the “The Innocence Project.” Purchasing it will help make a positive difference in the world.

The book starts on a rather sad note; the author wakes up one early morning to see one of the popular media personalities, Patsy Ramsey at the foot of her bed. She recognized her from the media coverage that the story of her daughter, Jon Benet, who was murdered, garnered. She was only five years old when she died. As expected, she is confused and hundreds of questions rush through her mind as she tries to understand why Ms. Ramsey would come to her apartment that early. After a few seconds, Ms. Ramsey breaks the silence by asking the question, “Which would you rather be—the Wick or the Fuse?”

The book will give you a clear understanding of the current psychological state in America and the perception most people have on the world.  Francesca Flood, uses her create skills to convey a galvanizing and sage message that will trigger you to think critically about your life and all the experience that you go through. Her main objective is to inspire a positive action, whether large or small. Unlike other motivation books that use warm and fuzzy language and tone, this one is crafted to remind you that there are certain things in your life that need to be fixed. It goes an extra mile to provide simple and incremental ways that you can use to effect change in your life and the world at large.

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