Passionpreneur Publishing Announces the Global Release of REDISCOVER


The inspiring book by Humaira Nasim is now available via major players in the global book distribution field.


Dubai, Feb 26, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Passionpreneur Publishing has announced the release of "Rediscover - The Roadmap to Inner Peace, Balance, and Fulfillment in Your Relationship with Life" by Humaira Nasim via the publishing industry's largest global book distribution networks. The book is anticipated to have an inspiring and profound effect on its target audience.

In this must-read book, Humaira shares invaluable insights, tools and techniques on how to bring energy and intention into daily actions, attain balance within yourself and your relationships, break the shackles of societal conditioning, and ultimately rediscover a life that is in alignment. Many of us perceive everything in opposites: good or bad, love or hate, patience or retaliation. Rediscover shows you how we are the consciousness behind these polarities, the roles we can choose to play, and how they can serve us. It will help you find a middle ground to bring inner peace and balance back into all facets of your life.

The book is now available to inspire readers across the globe through the IngramSpark distribution network and other affiliates which will cover print-on-demand across the UK, Europe, USA, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East. The e-book is available in 25+ online bookstores like Amazon, Kindle, Barnes & Nobles, Apple books and Jamalon in the Middle East.

About The Author:

Humaira Nasim was born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan. She is a relationship, life, and success coach who guides others to self-discovery and personal growth. Her training includes courses in psychology, Arabic, and neuro-linguistic programming. Nasim is a computer engineer who lives in Dubai with her husband and two children.

About Passionpreneur Publishing:

 An indie publisher, Passionpreneur Publishing successfully helps entrepreneurs and professional experts become International Authors in as little as 90 days.

Passionpreneur Publishing specialises in transformational books including business, self-help, personal growth and spiritual titles in order to help authors share their messages and gain credibility in their chosen fields.

Passionpreneur Publishing boasts an all-star board of advisors from across the globe covering a wide spectrum of expertise around the books, publishing and media industry to ensure the application of global best-practice in every service offered and providing a worldwide network of some of the world's top thought leaders.

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