‘What a Tale My Thoughts Will Tell’ is a memoir about John Edwards having to self-reflect as he writes about his life, marriage, and kids. He navigates all his troubles, humanizing all the impacts life events have put him through.
‘Equanimity’ is a non-fiction self-help book enabling the reader to understand and educate themselves on modern psychiatry and traditional ways to train the brain over mental calmness, depression, anxiety and other similar disorders.
‘Broken From Parent Loss?’ is a non-fiction self-help book about how to deal with grief when you endure a great loss, such as losing a parent. While it is something no one wants to think about or even deal with, it is still important… Continue Reading “Broken From Parent Loss? by Rosetta Fei (Book Review #1457)”
‘The 7 Key Steps to Finding Happiness in the Pursuit of Success’ is a non-fiction self-help book written to enable happiness and success and answer many questions about self-transformation.
‘Harvey’s Hutch’ is a memoir written about Philip’s life and everything that has been thrown at him, whether bad or good; he has somehow found a way to make it impactful. From being born in England and recovering from the effects of WWII, you… Continue Reading “Harvey’s Hutch by Philip Dodd (Book Review #1429)”
‘You’re the Cake’ is a non-fiction self-help book that is written in sort of a memoir about Marcia and how she has gone through some pretty vulnerable stages of dating, meeting new people, marriages and life lessons.
‘Cupid and the Silent Goddess’ is a non-fiction book written about a painting done in 1544, commissioned by the artist Bronzino and gifted to the King of France. The painting Allegory with Venus and Cupid is well-known amongst those who appreciate art.