How to kill the mocking bird is a self-help non-fiction book written to compel you to find the courage to make a change in your life. It underlines the many social problems we face in society by providing a compelling telling of two women… Continue Reading “How-to ‘KILL’ the Mocking Birds? By Bruce Claude Nelson (Book Review #1244)￼”
The depth of vision is a nonfiction motivational book written by Estesnaei, providing a different perspective on poverty. It all begins when Estesnaei records his conversations with a teenage boy named Amir while working on his thesis.
Healing beyond pills is a nonfiction self-healing book. It is geared for caregivers and patients who are seeking an alternative way to embrace science while they face mental and psychological causes. It teaches you how to cure and be cured.
Please, God, make me a writer is a self-help book written for writers and those who like what it takes to become one. As much as it is therapeutic to write, for some, it is also an expression of our emotions simply because we… Continue Reading “Please God, Make Me a Writer: I Promise To Do Whatever It Takes by Jill Reid (Book Review #1172)”
This review has been featured in REVIEW TALES MAGAZINE. Diving Deeper Inside is a self-help book geared for those who wish to understand willpower and comprehend the conscious and subconscious mind. The author discusses the importance of mindfulness and how effective it can be… Continue Reading “Diving Deeper Inside by Dovydas Klimavičius (Book Review #1152)￼￼”
This review has been featured in REVIEW TALES MAGAZINE. Bouncing Back from Difficult Times is a self-help book geared towards those who struggle with difficult times and find it tough to stick through them. This book makes an excellent attempt to explain why we… Continue Reading “Bouncing Back from Difficult Times by Mary Ann V. Mercer, Psy.D. (Book Review #1146)”
Under the orange blossoms is a self-help book demonstrating how strong an individual can be. As Cindy lets you in her past, you understand so much about her personality, character, and inner beauty.
Second wind is a self-help book about being motivated, engaged and how to be a team player. The author discusses complex legal problems and coaches young athletes for a living. This isn’t all he does, but the book definitely is filled is wisdom, and… Continue Reading “Second Wind by J. Clint Schumacher (Book Review #1111)￼”
A grownup guide to effective crankiness is precisely as it says, a self-help book geared towards those who wish to treat the common CrankaTsuris and make our world a happier place.