Tag: reading

Lessons from Life: FOUR KEYS to Living with More Meaning, Purpose, and Success (Book Review #463)  

Lessons from life is a memoir/self-help book where Steve darter discusses the purpose of life. The book motivates the readers to use their strength in increasing productivity and self-reflection. Subjects like the importance of home, understanding your strengths, and creating a path for your… Continue Reading “Lessons from Life: FOUR KEYS to Living with More Meaning, Purpose, and Success (Book Review #463)  “

Peddling Doomsday Petra Jacob (Book Review #456)

Peddling Doomsday is a psychological thriller written about a girl who joins a cult named the ‘centre”, in order to prove herself worthwhile. Once, she joins the group she realizes that not everything she has been told is the truth. Delusions begin to overtake… Continue Reading “Peddling Doomsday Petra Jacob (Book Review #456)”

Dystopia: Truth or Fiction by Tony Moyle

Dystopia: Truth or Fiction by Tony Moyle   Today’s modern world existence is as crowded by pressure as a tube train is packed with commuters. The pace of our lives has moved to a level only rivaled by Usian Bolt. Email, social media, deadlines, expectations… Continue Reading “Dystopia: Truth or Fiction by Tony Moyle”

How we write – by Dan Abrahams

How we write – by Dan Abrahams   Before you start imagining this is a guide on how the collective ‘we’ write, in all areas, including character creation, story outline and development and then actually sitting down to put words on a page, it… Continue Reading “How we write – by Dan Abrahams”

Literature by Guillermo Stitch (Book Review #449)

Literature by Guillermo Stitch   Literature is a sci-fi novella. Billy Stinger is a terrorist that is always strapped for time and has some explaining to do with his life choices. The odds are definitely against him in this thrilling fictional story.   The… Continue Reading “Literature by Guillermo Stitch (Book Review #449)”

Kid Friendly Books – (Day 9)

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 finding. At the end of the day,… Continue Reading “Kid Friendly Books – (Day 9)”

Kid Friendly Books – (Day 7)

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 7)”

Kid Friendly Books – (Day 6)

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 finding. At the end of the day,… Continue Reading “Kid Friendly Books – (Day 6)”

Why We Write by Toby Weston

Why We Write by Toby Weston Sharing somebody else’s mind space, or allowing visitors into your own, is an intimate act. It requires a good chunk of audacity to reveal your thoughts and share them with complete strangers; this is certainly how I felt… Continue Reading “Why We Write by Toby Weston”