Category: Non- Fiction

28 Disastrous Dates by Poppy Mortimer (Book Review #1363)

‘28 Disastrous Dates’ is a memoir written with much humor and the realization of how harsh the dating world is.

Homeschooling on a Budget Jessica Marie Baumgartner (Book Review #1361)

Homeschooling on a budget is a nonfiction self-help book teaching parents how to homeschool their children based on either having the inability to send them to private school or just preference.

Cancer, Covid and Me by Marisa Wray (Book Review #1360)

‘Cance, Covid and Me’ is a memoir about how an individual can overcome having cancer at a time when everything is shut down, and due to Covid, no operations are being conducted. Marissa’s story is told in a very raw way, and you get… Continue Reading “Cancer, Covid and Me by Marisa Wray (Book Review #1360)”

No Ghosts in the Graveyard: The Lifetime Adventures of a Small-Town Oregon Boy by Bob Crites (Book Review #1355)

‘No Ghosts in the Graveyard’ is a memoir written about Bob and his life beginning from the age of nine selling newspapers and how he navigates this journey going through many interesting, funny, sad, and happy moments.

Unplug Your Robot by Karin Kiser (Book Review #1352)

‘Unplug Your Robot’ is a nonfiction self-help book written to change how you think about the normalities we think are meant to be part of our existence. The author introduces the concept of unplugging from the unconscious routine and living with clarity.

Step Lively: New York City Tales of Love and Change by Sherri Moshman-Paganos (Book Review #1351) 

‘Step Lively’ is a fictional memoir about how Jill and Alex move to Manhattan so Jill can follow her dreams. The story is set in the 1980s. As you read and see how they both navigate the ups and down, you realize that no… Continue Reading “Step Lively: New York City Tales of Love and Change by Sherri Moshman-Paganos (Book Review #1351) “

The Bodhi Blueprint: Ultimate Freedom! Master Your Fears and Live Life on Purpose by Jisun Sunny Fisher (Book Review #1349)

‘The Bodhi Blueprint’ is a nonfiction self-help book. The book’s purpose is to enable the reader to overcome their fears in life. Bodhi(sattva) means one who seeks enlightenment, and this book provides the power you need to find your path and make your life… Continue Reading “The Bodhi Blueprint: Ultimate Freedom! Master Your Fears and Live Life on Purpose by Jisun Sunny Fisher (Book Review #1349)”

The Shadows of Appalachia by Mary O. Bremier (Book Review #1347)

‘The Shadows of Appalachia’ is a memoir written about the author back in 1928, where Mary invites us into her childhood years and more.

An Independent Woman in Yugoslavia by Iris Novak (Book Review #1344)

‘An Independent Woman in Yugoslavia’ is a memoir written about Iris’s life from the beginning till the final years of living in a Communist social system. Her life has not been easy, and you experience reliving all her encounters through her wonderfully written literature.