Tag: education

S.M. Stevens, author of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades

  S.M. Stevens, author of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades     Why I Wrote a “#MeToo Novel”   Almost every time I am interviewed about my new novel Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, the interviewer asks why I wanted to write about sexual abuse and… Continue Reading “S.M. Stevens, author of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades”

The Body Nirvana by Garima Gupta (Book Review #635)

The body nirvana is a self-help book written by a mind-body wellness coach. She believes that our mind is the missing piece of the weight loss puzzle. Her approach in this book is to alert the reader about their mind and teach them that… Continue Reading “The Body Nirvana by Garima Gupta (Book Review #635)”

The Parrot by Christy Astremsky (Book Review #595)

The Parrot is a collection of five children’s stories teaching children how not just to try to work on their image but to also be competent and helpful to others. It discusses what true friendship is and how kindness can kill evil. The author… Continue Reading “The Parrot by Christy Astremsky (Book Review #595)”

The Lonely Little Emoji: A Book on Diversity, Self-belief and Resilience by Harry Harmon (Book Review #579)

The Lonely Little Emoji is a children’s book written with the attempt to educate children in believing that no matter how many times you are rejected, due to being different, you should never give up trying.   The drawings were hand sketches, and the… Continue Reading “The Lonely Little Emoji: A Book on Diversity, Self-belief and Resilience by Harry Harmon (Book Review #579)”

A quick start guide to methadone maintenance counseling by Abraham H. Kou LPC, CAADC (Book Review #524)

This is a direct and informative book about Methadone. It covers facts about methadone maintenance and everything that is medically and scientifically presented in medicine regarding this opioid.

An Article by Ruth Danes

An Article by Ruth Danes Since childhood, I have been interested in both stories and history. When I was a little girl, I wrote and illustrated little books made from folded pieces of A4 paper. In my teens, I wrote a few truly awful… Continue Reading “An Article by Ruth Danes”

Writing for bliss by Diana Raab (Book Review #266)

Writing for bliss is a psychology self- help book written about ways to heal and deal with trauma and stress, through writing. The author uses this technique in order to tell her story and transforms her life. Writing is therapeutic and she encourages people… Continue Reading “Writing for bliss by Diana Raab (Book Review #266)”

The Changing Nature Of Education- Written by Boringbug

Boringbug is a blogger, a sketch artist by hobby and a lawyer. He writes to pen his vague ideas and experiences in different forms. His blog is a part reflection of his ideas, experiences, dialogues, thoughts and opinions. It can be reached here.  Rakshita… Continue Reading “The Changing Nature Of Education- Written by Boringbug”

Kid Friendly Books – (Day 3)

There are hundreds of books written for children, however, how do you know which one is the right one? In my opinion, if a book has a positive learning message for your child then it is definitely worth investing into. At the end of the… Continue Reading “Kid Friendly Books – (Day 3)”