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Comic Book Version of Napoleon Hill's 'Think and Grow Rich' Makes its Debut for iPhone Readers(October 14, 2011)
(PRWEB) October 14, 2011
Pairing comic book style art with shorter, denser summaries, SmarterComics brings Hill's timeless wisdom about wealth building to new audiences in a fresh new light.
"Comic book versions of popular print books are a natural evolution that expands an author's reach to a larger audience. It's not just illustrated editions of the originals - it's a wholly new, shorter and more visually interesting way of telling a great story. These books draw in readers who may not have the time or interest to read lengthy, time-consuming books," said Sander Pieterse, Creative Director for SmarterComics (http://www.smartercomics.com).
Considered by many to be the greatest wealth-building guide of all time, the original concepts found in 'Think and Grow Rich' have been applied in an innovative way. Designed for today's busy readers, the comic version of 'Think and Grow Rich' from Smarter Comics takes less than an hour to read, and still maintains the important wisdom imparted by Napoleon Hill when the book was first published in 1937.
Within the 80 pages of text and illustrations, readers will find:
- Practical ways to achieve financial independence
- How to get rich while achieving their dreams
- Ways to accumulate wealth without sacrificing passion
"When you combine the visual power of comics with text, it helps the reader to save time, remember concepts longer and have fun while getting smarter," said Anthony Fleecs, Project Manager of SmarterComics.
iPhone users can instantly download 'Think and Grow Rich' from SmarterComics for $4.99. As a bonus, everyone that downloads 'Think and Grow Rich' will also receive a free comic-book style digital copy of Sun Tzu's classic, 'The Art of War' from SmarterComics.
Fans can download this eBook and many more at: http://smartercomics.com/ThinkandGrowRich
SmarterComics is a technology driven publishing company based in the Silicon Valley that turns bestselling books into comic books - comics that make you smarter! The company's award winning illustrators bring talent from prestigious comic companies including Marvel and DC Comics, lending a rich graphical style to the SmarterComics library. Many of their scriptwriters and editors have won awards that are equivalent to the Oscars in the comic genre: the Eisenhower and the Harvey Awards.
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