Mark Andre Alexander is a tutor, speaker, workshop facilitator, and coach as well as a composer and musician. He has been working in Silicon Valley for over 20 years. His latest series of books focus on helping people create their lives by thinking differently. Read more…


BOOKS FOR ADULTS (What YOU should’ve learned as a teen)

Mozart and Great Music: What You Should’ve Learned as a Teen, Book 4
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“Once, when filling out an application for a summer job, on that line next to ‘other’ under the heading of Religion, I wrote Mozart. The personnel officer was not amused, but then, I hadn’t intended it as a joke. For there was a time when I was convinced that Mozart was at least as divinely inspired as Moses, Christ, the Buddha, Lao-tzu, or Mohammed, and I suppose I still am. For in no other works of the human imagination can the divine spirit be heard more distinctly than in the miraculous music this often vulgar, unpleasant, and difficult man produced during his pathetically brief thirty-five years. Were this book to do him justice, the section devoted to Mozart’s music would take up more than half the total pages.”
—Jim Svejda, American music critic, in the 3rd edition of The Record Shelf Guide to the Classical Repertoire

Sex and Romance: What You Should’ve Learned as a Teen, Book 3
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“SEX AND ROMANCE is written in an entertaining and even amusing way. I’ve heard many a story, for instance, on how some men don’t understand how women will phrase requests in the form of a question, while men will take the question literally and not deliver the desired response for the woman. Throughout the book, many readers will recognize themselves or experience flashes of insight. ‘Oh! So that’s how I can improve my ways of communicating!’ Anyone who wants to understand the differences in how men and women deal with sex and romance will benefit from this book.” Judge, 24th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards

“The best of the books so far. A well-written, focused, and well-argued book that will add value to anyone who takes the time to read it.” —Gary Smailes, editor at BubbleCow.com.

I was blown away…Mr. Alexander has packed a huge amount of valuable and perceptive information for readers…Parents, teachers, counselors, clergymen, and basically anyone working and counseling teens and tweens will find this book an invaluable resource…filled with insightful quotes, common sense advice, and delightful prose.”Susan Elizabeth Barton – eBook Review Gal

Money and Wealth: What You Should’ve Learned as a Teen, Book 2
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“Helped me decide to sell my house and buy another without a mortgage...Now I am making financial choices that keep me out of debt so I can live a life more free. Amen!…I sent this link to both of my adult sons, who got so much knowledge out of it and enjoyed it tremendously.” —Diane Matlack

“Five Stars. Insightful!!! Inspiring!!! This book is that economics class you didn’t think you wanted. —Carl L. Chase

Creating Your Life: What You Should’ve Learned as a Teen, Book 1

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“CREATING YOUR LIFE: WHAT YOU SHOULD’VE LEARNED AS A TEEN by Mark Andre Alexander is an excellent resource for those who want to use imagination to create their reality. Truly, what you say and even think does create your life. This book helps readers live their best lives with positivity, eliminating negativity. An excellent read, particularly for those looking to improve their lives…Judge, 24th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards

“This is an EXCELLENT book! I love it and strongly recommend it. I really hope that it is going to be converted into a real book, because this is going in my permanent collection!” —Glenn E. Meder

“This book is a truly powerful and important work for young and old alike. This is required reading for my two children. Mark Alexander takes a no nonsense, practical approach to empowering, equipping, and informing people to live their best lives.” —Rashiid K. Coleman



The Best Complete PLATO: Public Domain Classics
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  • Over 7,000 pages, edited for readability
  • At least two translations of 26 dialogues, and all spurious or doubtful dialogues are included
  • Intelligent hyperlinks with a two-level approach
  • Ancient commentary on Plato, including Aristophanes’ Clouds, Xenophon’s Memorabilia, Symposium, Economist, and Apology, excerpts from Aristotle, Plutarch’s On the Daemon of Socrates, Cicero’s On the Orator, Apuleius’s The Doctrine of Plato, Diogenes Laertius’s Life of Plato, Plotinus’s The Enneads, Proclus’s massive On the Theology of Plato as well as Commentaries on the Timaeus, Cratylus, and First Alcibiades, and Olympiodorus’s Life of Plato
  • 19th and 20th century commentaries on Plato by Benjamin Jowett, Thomas Taylor, and Walter Pater