Tag: non fiction

How to Slow Down in a World That is Continually Gathering Speed by Yvonne Mol (Book Review #1403)

‘How to Slow Down in a World That is Continually Gathering Speed’ is a non-fiction self-help book about the author’s personal journey and search to finding happiness and peace. She provides tips and anecdotes in order to ease the day-to-day life that so happens… Continue Reading “How to Slow Down in a World That is Continually Gathering Speed by Yvonne Mol (Book Review #1403)”

From The Inside Out: A Reckoning and Redemption by Eric Dean Stuyvesant (Book Review #1401)

‘From The Inside Out’ is a beautiful book about Eric Stuyvesant forgetting his son, Michael, in the family van for 90 minutes on a warm Texas day. When he rushes back after realizing his tragic mistake, his son is barely alive, and Eric tries… Continue Reading “From The Inside Out: A Reckoning and Redemption by Eric Dean Stuyvesant (Book Review #1401)”

Making Your Mark, Leaving A Legacy, And Then . . . A Grand Exit That’ll Have Their by By Peter Davidson (Book Review #1397)

‘Making Your Mark’ is a non-fiction book about planning, grief, bereavement, ageing and making your mark while you live in this world and after you leave it.

The Playful Mind by Paul Daniel (Book Review #1394)

‘The playful mind’ is a non-fiction self-help book about overcoming those blockages and frameworks we have adopted as we grew up. These prevent us from engaging with what is happening in front of us and preoccupy our thoughts.

Walking Your Way to Weight Loss Plus Intermittent Fasting for Women by HealthFit Publishing (Book Review #1391)

‘Walking Your Way to Weight Loss’ is a non-fiction self-help book about weight loss and fasting. While the trend of fasting has picked up much attention and has become a new way to lead a healthy life, this book provides an interesting window into… Continue Reading “Walking Your Way to Weight Loss Plus Intermittent Fasting for Women by HealthFit Publishing (Book Review #1391)”

Dad Died, Then Mom by Malia Arries (Book Review #1390)

‘Dad Died, Then Mom’ is a non-fiction memoir about how the author remembers her parents and provided care as a family caregiver.

Yin: Completing the Leadership Journey by Lisa J. Marshall (Book Review #1387)

‘Yin’ is a nonfiction self-help book about the power of leadership and how you can use the source of your voice to act. It is an educational piece in the sense of every word and enables the reader to explore and find ways that,… Continue Reading “Yin: Completing the Leadership Journey by Lisa J. Marshall (Book Review #1387)”

Thriving Through Purpose by Sandra Cantu Bustamante (Book Review #1386)

‘Thriving Through Purpose’ is a mental and spiritual healing book getting the reader ready for all life’s uncertainties. It can be used as a guideline and discusses certain things that are relatable to everything.

Mark Victor Hansen, Relentless: Wisdom Behind the Incomparable Chicken Soup for the Soul by Mitzi Perdue (Book Review #1379)

‘Mark Victor Hansen, Relentless’ is a non-fiction book and an educational biography about being strong and impactful and how to succeed with a resilient work ethic and a relentless spirit.