Category: Non- Fiction

The Miracle Problem Solver by Kira Klenke (Book Review #361)

It is a miracle to find a book that provides a solution to every man’s problem. Can such a thing actually exist? By using systemic constellation, the author manages to introduce a method and to imply the notion of providing universal wisdom to its… Continue Reading “The Miracle Problem Solver by Kira Klenke (Book Review #361)”

It is Only Money, and it Grows on Trees by Cara Macmillan (Book Review #128)

This review was requested by Kelsey Butts. This is a nonfictional book written about a precious commodity, money. It begins with the definition of the subject and what it used to mean. As you know, back in the days’ money was for trade and… Continue Reading “It is Only Money, and it Grows on Trees by Cara Macmillan (Book Review #128)”

The Power of time by Jean Paul Zogby (Book Review #110)

This review was kindly requested by Jean Paul Zogby. The most valuable commodity in the 21st century is TIME. “The power of time” by Jean Zogby is written with the intentions of providing an insightful look into how we should not attempt to manage… Continue Reading “The Power of time by Jean Paul Zogby (Book Review #110)”

Ride the Wave by John Wessinger (Book Review #356)

Ride the wave is a book for business professionals and entrepreneurs teaching them how to overcome the challenges they face in the current technology-dominant era. It can also be used for people that are attempting to overcome personal and professional encounters. The concept of… Continue Reading “Ride the Wave by John Wessinger (Book Review #356)”

Diabetes Type 2 – “Too Sweet for Words” but Don’t Fool with It by James D. Okun, MD

    James D. Okun, MD is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Duke University and of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He is the co-author of The History of New Innovations in Modern Medicine and of Erasing Scars: Herpes… Continue Reading “Diabetes Type 2 – “Too Sweet for Words” but Don’t Fool with It by James D. Okun, MD”

Life in a Box by JoDee Neathery (Book Review #355)

Life in a box is a novel written in a memoir style. It is a mystery story spanning over generations situated in Texas and Southern California. The tale begins with two dead bodies and one other in critical condition. Andee is a family member… Continue Reading “Life in a Box by JoDee Neathery (Book Review #355)”

Universal Human Rights by Allameh M. T. Ja’fari (Book Review #125)

During the past couple of years, many religions have been attacked and portrayed as an extreme faith due to the behavior of certain groups and extremists. One, in particular, is the Islamic faith. The outcomes of these actions have made some to believe that… Continue Reading “Universal Human Rights by Allameh M. T. Ja’fari (Book Review #125)”

Dwyane Wade by Clayton Geoffreys (Book Review #121)

This review was kindly requested by Clayton Geoffreys Dwyane Wade is one of the greatest shooting guards for the Miami Heat. This book reveals everything you would need to know about him growing up, schooling, his family, and career. What is apparent is that… Continue Reading “Dwyane Wade by Clayton Geoffreys (Book Review #121)”

Meant for Heaven: A Little Girl’s Journey to Paradise by Bryan Young (Book Review #122)

  “Daddy, it’s me. I’m with the Savior, and He is everything people have described Him to be and more.” Meant for heaven is written about a little girl named Holland. She is the daughter of Bryan and Aleta Young. Her story begins when… Continue Reading “Meant for Heaven: A Little Girl’s Journey to Paradise by Bryan Young (Book Review #122)”