“Facebook House” Book Tells Insider Stories of Mark Zuckerberg and His Social Network’s First Days
Los Altos, CA (March 15, 2013) – A newly released book, entitled “Facebook House: Insider Tales of Mark Zuckerberg and His Empire’s Tumultuous First Days,” is now available for a limited time as a free download on Amazon. Author, Judy Fusco, weaves together previously untold, real-life, insider tales of the founders of Facebook. Fusco, former landlord and “house mother” of Zuckerberg and other facebook founders, gives readers a look into the secret lives of many Silicon Valley kingpins, and the mysterious house that became headquarters to the social networking startup that changed the world.
“An intriguing and remarkable, first-hand account of the social network story,” says Barry Spillchuk, co-author in the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series.
“This is not the Accidental Billionaires-type narrative of the early days of Facebook, dependent on stories of bitter ex-business partners and conjecture,” says Fusco. In this alternative Facebook account, readers can enjoy up-close interactive experiences with the main Facebook players and glimpses into the lives and community that launched the social network. Readers can follow Mark Zuckerberg, Sean Parker and Dustin Moskovitz in this book’s account of the dynamics that can transform wild dreams into reality.
In “Facebook House,” readers learn of providential festivities and mysterious rituals that take place at the house the week before Mark Zuckerberg and the founders of Facebook move in. These mystical events, according to Fusco, seem to play a pivotal role in launching the social network company during its early days. At this house, these first Facebook friends cultivate the ‘war, work, and play’ ethic that propels the site to the first million-member mark and helps it survive the tumultuous first days of Zuckerberg’s world empire. Also, readers discover how during their serendipitous stay at this California mansion, the prodigious computer hackers make a near-fatal error that compromises the security and future of the site.
"‘Facebook House’ is a captivating story of Judy Fusco’s experience with American values seen in the context of her Asian heritage,” says Anita Y. Wonder, world recognized crime evidence expert and author of “Blood Stain Evidence.” According to Wonder, “One can’t read this book without feeling there is a deeper meaning to the extraordinary home where an American institution took shape"
This book blends of the best traits of "The Facebook Effect" book and "The Social Network" movie, in a fresh, entertaining, quick read, according to the Amazon description: “A book you won’t want to put down and that will stir you to reflect and act on your own inspired dreams.” To find out more, visit www.facebook-house.com.
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