Category: Non- Fiction

Just Holden On by Ashley Parr (Book Review #729)

Just holden on is a humorous parenting book written about the moments when you are pregnant and deliver a child. The author shares her experience in an attempt to allow parents to see the struggling parts and the happy parts of motherhood. It is… Continue Reading “Just Holden On by Ashley Parr (Book Review #729)”

How’s your family by Sayonara Machado (Book Review #718)

How’s your family, is a self-help book discussing the value of family and how it creates a harmonic life. The book is divided into four sections. It begins with the author’s story and then follows through with some secrets broadening the knowledge about family… Continue Reading “How’s your family by Sayonara Machado (Book Review #718)”

How to Heal by Jessi Beyer (Book Review #717)

How to heal is a self-help book mentioning nine therapy methods assisting the reader in letting go of their life drama and finding peace within.

Learn to Love by Thomas Jordan (Book Review #716)

Learn to love is a self – help book written about how the way we are loved as a child and the environment we grow up in affects the subconscious mind and teaches us to show affection to others. It explains the reasons why… Continue Reading “Learn to Love by Thomas Jordan (Book Review #716)”

Floyd’s Rule Book of Bad Grammar by Jonathan Floyd (Book Review #709)

Floyd’s rule book of bad grammar is a self-help book written to test you on your literature and grammar. The book begins by talking about things like spelling, punctuation, and mispronunciations. It then covers a short guide to poor penmanship and even talks of… Continue Reading “Floyd’s Rule Book of Bad Grammar by Jonathan Floyd (Book Review #709)”

Restore her by Cheryl Lacey Donovan (Book Review #708)

Restore her is a 7-step healing process designed to renew yourself from what you deem to be a not-so-happy life. The author attempts to restore the reader’s identity, relationship, wealth and fight self-doubt.   The book begins with the author explaining a little about… Continue Reading “Restore her by Cheryl Lacey Donovan (Book Review #708)”

Happy to meet me by Calista J. McBride (Book Review #703)

Happy to meet me is a journal made to provide an endless life of self-exploration. Its goal is to make the writer feel a shift in their thoughts, feelings and life. It contains deliberately placed prompts to stimulate deep insights and asks you to… Continue Reading “Happy to meet me by Calista J. McBride (Book Review #703)”

The Poop Diaries by Abby Ross (Book Review #694)

The poop diaries is a non-fictional collection of stories from plumbers about their most hilarious, disgusting, frightening and memorable experiences making service calls. You would expect the book to be filled with poop stories, but it is not. Aside from the humor and the… Continue Reading “The Poop Diaries by Abby Ross (Book Review #694)”

Taking Action for a Better Tomorrow by Jeremy P. Boggess (Book Review #688)

Taking action for a better tomorrow is a book written from a common man seeking to assist the human race is surviving and advancing society, humanity and the world. His view is an observational one and begins with him expressing the change that has… Continue Reading “Taking Action for a Better Tomorrow by Jeremy P. Boggess (Book Review #688)”