A Book for Oreo by Caralee a Jardine (Book Review #116)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” This book is written in honor of a cat named Oreo. Oreo captures Caralee’s broken heart, the moment he sees her. Caralee takes Oreo home as her son rather than an animal pet. She pours all her emotions, love, and everything into this cat and return receives an overwhelming and rewarding love in return. Following a []

When Evil Cries by Eti Elbot (Book Review #99)

  When Evil Cries is a fictional story based on personal experience. Joao Adao Jovem is the heroine of this story. His behavior, mental stability, and the choices that he makes are all tainted by bad parenting and not receiving the necessary love and guidance from his parents.

How to make time to read?

How to make time to read? I have been asked numerous amount of times regarding my reading habits and how I get to read so many books and still manage to juggle everything else in my life. Reading induces creativity and helps you mature your conception regarding complex problems. You grow intellectually, and at the same time, it comforts you in so many ways, which you may have never experienced. Studies have shown that every year the average number of books being []

Granny’s Stories by Margaret Henderson (Book Review #95)

This review is written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” This is an autobiography of Margaret Henderson. It is a combination of stories, travels, experiences she has encountered throughout her life. Margaret invites you into her world sharing her understandings, practices and everything in between. Her stories come in chapters organized by date and location. The autobiography covers many years of traveling through countries and meeting []


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