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A Jarful of moonlight by Nazanin Mirghasemi (Book Review #127)

This review was kindly requested by the author & UnderratedReads. A Jarful of Moonlight is a collection of inspirational poems about love, hope, pain, grief, self-discovery and empowerment. The love poems are written with many exemplars, and it is like a story. They are divided into three sections, and each section describes the story as an incident with a continuing flow of relativity to this raw emotion, love. The love declared is one way, though. The other half is in love with []

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 []

The Psychosomatics of An Eye Disease – Keratoconus Written by Dr. James Okun

It is time for James Okun to pick our brain and inform us on some important medical matters. You can show your support by buying his books or leaving a comment here if you like- Jeyran Main 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: New Thought and the Threat to Traditional Medicine []

Sayni and the Windowjet Brothers by Garth Laidlaw (Book Review #202)

This review was kindly requested by Garth Laidlaw  Sayni and the Windowjet Brothers is a children’s book written about a town named Candleton. Ironically it is lit by candles hence, the name. There is this little ten-year-old girl named, Sayni. She has a compass and has been told by the elders in her town that if she uses it correctly, the compass will guide her through her life. She normally walks around collecting things for her compass and some days, she fails []

Breadcrumbs by Francis Shaw (Book Review #201)

This review was kindly requested by Francis Shaw. Breadcrumbs is a short, self-help book written about a collection of essays. It begins with a quote from the famous Persian Poet, Rumi, “Beyond the ideas of right and wrong, there is a field, I’ll meet you there.” Ironically, this quote sums up the book very well. The author uses various ways to elaborate on the message without directly saying it out loud. The skill used is fabulously webbed within stories like the King’s []