On to the Next Thing

A Memoir on Crime, Choices, and Change

Non-Fiction - Memoir
250 Pages
Reviewed on 09/16/2022
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Author Biography

Corbin Bosiljevac is an influential writer and the best-selling author of his debut memoir, "On to the Next Thing: A Memoir on Crime, Choices, and Change." His biography reads like a true crime story that is eye-opening but with the right mix of encouragement and entertainment. The book is available on Barnes & Noble and Amazon and featured in paperback, e-book, and audiobook versions.

He was born and raised in the midwest; having graduated from the University of Kansas, he spent most of his adult life in the Kansas City area. His extensive travels around the United States consisted of outdoor adventures and camping excursions, while his love for nature endures today. He helps and shares hope with others who may have had a similar detour.

Being able to reform and transform his life to be health-focused, he now works with his father, Dr. Joseph Bosiljevac, in the medical field. They operate New York Health and Longevity and Flint Hills Surgical Associates. With new health measures implemented during 2020-Covid, he and his father now focus on immune-boosting therapies and total body rebooting programs. The author continues to reside in the Kansas City area.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Maria Victoria Beltran for Readers' Favorite

On to the Next Thing: A Memoir on Crime, Choices, and Change is an inspiring memoir by Corbin Bosiljevac. This book opens with the author, after a few days in jail, being yelled at, mocked, and harassed while he’s mopping the floor. The son of a surgeon living in rural America, he had a privileged family life. In school, he excelled in sports and eventually graduated from university. Working as a salesman for a Fortune 1000 telecom company and with a girlfriend who cared for him, it seemed like a good life was in front of him. Over the next six years, however, he started to do drugs and drink alcohol. Also suffering from a mental illness, he ran a black market drug-dealing operation. This led to a six-year jail sentence and one man’s harrowing journey to redemption.

On to the Next Thing by Corbin Bosiljevac gives us a close look at the author’s journey from a life of wrong choices and crime to a spiritual awakening. Written in the first person narrative, he recounts his life experiences from his perspective, which comes out as genuine and authentic. Bosiljevac’s story is multifaceted and dynamic. He writes that it took him time away from society to appreciate and overcome his worries about the world. Filled with pain and the determination to redeem himself and follow the right path in life, this is an intimate memoir about growth toward self-awareness and the realization that the best way to live with fear is to face it. Highly recommended!

Judy Gatewood

I know Corbin's aunt and she loaned me her copy. Wonderful book. Hard to put it down. It is an eye opener about drugs and crime. His trip back into society. Proves you can change your life around to something good. Good luck to Corbin