Facebook House-Mother Tells Untold “Social Network” Stories about Zuckerberg’s Empire
Los Altos, CA – A newly released book, entitled “Facebook House: Insider Tales of Mark Zuckerberg and His Empire’s Tumultuous First Days,” is available for a limited time starting today, 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.
“This is not the Accidental Billionaires-type account of the early days of Facebook, dependent only on the stories of bitter ex-business partners, imagined motives and conjecture,” says Fusco. In this alternative, Facebook history, readers can enjoy up-close interactive experiences with the main Facebook players and real-life glimpses into the lives and community that launched the company. 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.
“An intriguing and remarkable, first-hand account of the ‘Social Network’ story,” says Barry Spilchuk, co-author in the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series.
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.
To find out more, please visit www.facebook-house.com.
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