Category: Non- Fiction

Real Life: We breathe, We sleep, We eat … And In-between, We Live by Jill Reid (Book Review #913)

Real-life is a self-help book about the possibility of making a fresh start in life and creating another chance for being happy and content in life. It is easy to get caught up in the routine of things, and when things fall apart, we… Continue Reading “Real Life: We breathe, We sleep, We eat … And In-between, We Live by Jill Reid (Book Review #913)”

KINGS, CONQUERORS, PSYCHOPATHS From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation by Joseph N. Abraham MD (Book Review #910)

Kings, conquerors, psychopaths is a non-fiction, historical book providing us a realistic look at how leaders and rulers brutally controlled us and how many of the same characteristics are displayed in the tyrants and cooperations we have today. The book introduces us to a… Continue Reading “KINGS, CONQUERORS, PSYCHOPATHS From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation by Joseph N. Abraham MD (Book Review #910)”

Kindergarten Writing Paper by Jake Dennis (Book Review #887)

Kindergarten writing paper is a practice workbook allowing children aged 3-6 to practice writing between the dotted-lines. The first few pages teach you how to write the alphabet. Arrows allow you to know what directed the letters are to be drawn, and all together,… Continue Reading “Kindergarten Writing Paper by Jake Dennis (Book Review #887)”

7 minutes to freedom by Natalya Androsova (Book Review#883)

7 minutes to freedom is a self-help book enabling the reader to meditate and liberate. The author uses prompts, words of wisdom, and intuition revealing secrets and providing an authentic voice.

The Promise by Connie Rife (Book Review #866)

The promise is a beautiful memoir written about a young girl named Connie. The memoir is set in the late 1960s, Pennsylvania. Connie is raised in a children’s home as her mother is mentally unstable to care for her. As she runs away from… Continue Reading “The Promise by Connie Rife (Book Review #866)”

Soaring Through Silent Skies by Brian Ehlers (Book Review #865)

Soaring through silent skies is a biography. It tells the story of a trailblazer who succeeds in becoming a successful athlete and coach in a world where against the odds, Brian is deaf.

UNHINGED by Brendon Luke (Book Review #862)

Unhinged is a self-help, self-dedicated book on helping the reader judge and hopefully learn that there will be a time when you reach a certain point and find that saving grace from within. It is some sort of a spiritual power created by yourself;… Continue Reading “UNHINGED by Brendon Luke (Book Review #862)”

Carrying My Father’s Torch: From Holocaust Trauma to Transformation by Gail Weiss Gaspar (Book Review #888)

Carrying my father’s torch is a beautiful story written about Gail’s life. It is personal and, at the same time, so relatable to many as her father shares what truly happened to him. At the age of 63, as he stands at the United… Continue Reading “Carrying My Father’s Torch: From Holocaust Trauma to Transformation by Gail Weiss Gaspar (Book Review #888)”

Chasing the dragon’s tail by Craig Fullerton (Book review #854)

Chasing the Dragon’s tail is a self-help book demonstrating how one could chase the Dragon’s tail to inspire and enlighten the Dragon’s tail from within. The aim is for the reader to achieve whatever they want once they finish reading the book. How? Well,… Continue Reading “Chasing the dragon’s tail by Craig Fullerton (Book review #854)”