Tag: children’s book

Proof of Virtue by Leila Snow (Book Review #368)

Proof of virtue is a romance novel written about Emma, a beautiful woman who is left with her brother and sister after her parents pass away. The story is set in the Victorian era where Emma has to work in order to survive and… Continue Reading “Proof of Virtue by Leila Snow (Book Review #368)”

How to be owned by a cat by Kate Chen (Book Review #367)

How to be owned by a cat is a non-fiction, short, self-help book. It is for people who are loving the idea of having a cat but are unsure and have questions about how to undergo this desire with the utmost care. This book… Continue Reading “How to be owned by a cat by Kate Chen (Book Review #367)”

Vasa and Ypres by J. B. Chisholm (Book Review #366)

Vasa and Ypres is a humorous fiction book about Vanessa and Ella. They bump into each other, and when Ella lets Vanessa know about her conundrum, Vanessa agrees to assist Ypres. Vanessa and Ypres then navigate through London in a very humorous way. What… Continue Reading “Vasa and Ypres by J. B. Chisholm (Book Review #366)”

Perceptual Hypnosis by Dr. Fredrick Woodard (Book Review #365)

Perceptual Hypnosis is a non-fiction self-help book. It is a spiritual journey with the intention to create more awareness of hypnosis and psychology. This book covers paranormal activity, diversity, and spirituality in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural aspect. Keeping it true to psychology and hypnosis,… Continue Reading “Perceptual Hypnosis by Dr. Fredrick Woodard (Book Review #365)”

Golden Gremlin: A Vigorous Push from Misanthropes and Geezers By Rod A Walters

Golden Gremlin: A Vigorous Push from Misanthropes and Geezers By Rod A Walters Genre: Nonfiction/Humor The worlds really needs that push, vigorous or gentle, from misanthropes & geezers, the world’s most valuable golden gremlins. Misanthropes pretend to not like or need other people, but… Continue Reading “Golden Gremlin: A Vigorous Push from Misanthropes and Geezers By Rod A Walters”

What Would a Muslim Say Islam by Ahmed Lotfy Rashed (Book Review #364)

What Would a Muslim Say is a non-fiction religious book answering questions and clarifying miss conceptions about this Islam. In some shape or form, the book is more about approaching the religion in a curious yet respected way and the most concern is that… Continue Reading “What Would a Muslim Say Islam by Ahmed Lotfy Rashed (Book Review #364)”

The Second Cup by Sarah Marie Graye (Book Review #363)

The second cup is a woman’s fiction. It revolves around four friends and what they go through not only as a group but, also individually. As one member pursues her ex-lover, she begins to have deeper thoughts about her own life. Finding out that… Continue Reading “The Second Cup by Sarah Marie Graye (Book Review #363)”

MindField By DS Kane

MindField By DS Kane Genre: Thriller The eighth book in the gripping technothriller series, Spies Lie, perfect for fans who love Robert Ludlum, Lee Child, and Barry Eisler. When Stanford University sophomore and budding computer hacker Ann Sashakovich meets senior Glen Sarkov, the CEO… Continue Reading “MindField By DS Kane”

She Can Find Her Way: Women Travelers at Their Best by Ann Starr (Book Review #362)

She Can Find Her Way is a collection of stories that 24 women have written expressing their feelings on how it is like to travel alone. The stories have been divided into 5 volumes and contain their troubles, fears, and challenges. What I enjoyed… Continue Reading “She Can Find Her Way: Women Travelers at Their Best by Ann Starr (Book Review #362)”