Tag: self-discovery

The Scars of Gaia by R. P. Lauer (Book Review #1108)

The scars of Gaia is a science fiction story about swords and sorcery. It begins with James struggling to provide for himself and his mother. He meets Claire, a scientist, and both take a journey of self-discovery and so much more.

I’m Tired of Being Ordinary, Are You by Wm. Allen (Book Review #771)

I’m tired of being ordinary is a self-help book geared towards people who want to transform from being ordinary to extraordinary. The book describes fifty-two traits that mostly come naturally to you. The workouts are presented on a weekly basis. The author believes that… Continue Reading “I’m Tired of Being Ordinary, Are You by Wm. Allen (Book Review #771)”

Sons of Adam by E. A. Rohrmoser (Book Review #767)

Sons of Adam is a mythical journey of self-discovery. The literary fiction has elements of magical realism framed around the Abrahamic narrative of Adam and Eve. The story describes the emotions, journey and faith of a man and a woman influenced by love and… Continue Reading “Sons of Adam by E. A. Rohrmoser (Book Review #767)”

The Magnolia That Bloomed Unseen by Ray Smith (Book Review #752)

The Magnolia that bloomed unseen is a romance novel written about Molly. She makes a phone call at the age of 103, to RC Smith who is an English teacher and writer, asking him to write her love story.

#WeAreManyWomen: Many Voices by Vali Hawkins Mitchell (Book Review #602)

We are many women is a self-help book written by Dr. Hawkins empowering woman to listen to their instincts and to believe in themselves. She believes that women are mostly subdued to the situation they are enforced in.