Write a Book

If there’s a story building in your mind waiting to be told and the world needs to know, go ahead and write it down. Think not about the outcome. Don’t think yet about how you’re going to market it. Just go ahead and start typing those words that come into

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Review: Dark Against the Sky

Dark Against the Sky: A Climbing Boy’s Story is a heartwarming tale of hope, determination and perseverance. Tommy is a climbing boy (young chimney sweep) working in the streets of London. He is a child, stolen from his parents and trapped in this hard labor, overseen by a cruel and

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Thinking of Committing Suicide?

Have you ever thought of committing suicide? Thinking of taking away your life is a brave thought because it just means you value happiness so much that without it, you’d rather die. I hope your thought would propel you to do something otherwise and creative in order to find a

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The Meaning of Happiness

Happiness has a lot of meanings for me. One of the things which come right away in my mind is the sense of belongingness. I can’t imagine to experience life’s joys if I’m alone, with no one to share the fruits of my labor. And when your act of sharing

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There’s No Way You will Fail

Let no one and nothing should stop you on what you want to achieve in life. You may have past traumatic experiences. You may have terrible failures. You may have embarrassing incidents in the past. Know that we all have shares of those in one way or the other. No

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Review: This is Yakutat by Kadashan

Yakwdaat Aya: This is Yakutat by Kadashan is a collection of fictional tales masterfully woven by the author and seasoned by his own life experiences as an inhabitant of a small village of Tlingit Indians in southeastern Alaska. It is a remarkable and very illustrative painting of their culture, their

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Why do I Give Tip?

I give tip to my barber whom I have my hair cut twice in a month. I give tip to the vulcanizing guy. I give tip to anyone who assist me when I drive out from the parking area. I gave tip to the car wash boys which never fails

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The Trailer: The Tale of Tumeleng

The book begins with Jabari, a male elephant, defending the herd from hyenas. When Jabari’s daughter Tumuleng is born, she grows and learns how to survive in a world filled with danger and environmental challenges. After some exciting encounters, the book ends happily as Tumeleng and her family take in

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Travel and Stay in a Resort

Before, I didn’t like to travel because of the hassle of packing things, carrying luggage, transferring transport from one to the other and the list went on and on… When I started to have my own family, that changed. The hassles I considered before have become just part of the

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Drink Organic Green Tea

This organic green tea has been my beverage for many years now. I drink it after meal when I’m at home. The immediate effect on me is good digestion on the food I take. Sometimes when I get tempted with the delicious dishes on the table, I couldn’t help but

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The Trailer: Dancing with a Stranger

Dancing with a Stranger by Kitty McCaffrey is really a warning for dancers. It’s the story about a woman who became so engrossed in the love of dancing and beginning anew that she lost her perspective. It’s also about a man who was capable of reading her feelings and took

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The Trailer: Cuauhtémoc by D L Davies

“The story is engaging and extremely entertaining. The author David Davies has an impeccable hold over his craft and knows his art of story telling. His finesse and creative thinking reflects in each page. The hook is provided very early in the story and that is enough to keep you

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Love What You Do

The movie, Bohemian Rhapsody, is still fresh on my mind. It was an entertaining biographical film as expected from the music legend, Freddie Mercury, Queen’s front man, who had a rare gift with his high pitch powerful voice. But I guess one of the most interesting aspects of the man

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The Trailer: Creating an Atmosphere for the Promises of God

“A book for all of us who need to find guidance in our identity as Christians. It teaches us how we can create a Godly atmosphere through our words and faith and through the author’s own experience and examples which are always based on what the Word of God says…

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Fear of Death Removed: Books 1 & 2 in a Series of 7 by Tom Bennett

Medium for a ‘dead’ priest Anthony Borgia transcribed the thoughts of a deceased priest and author whom he had known in life: Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, son of former Archbishop of Canterbury, Edward White Benson. From the next world, the spirit priest dictated a wealth of scripts to his friend.

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Review: Breaking Free from the Inner Critic by Kalie Marino

Breaking Free from the Inner Critic is a revolutionary book to rewire our brains to overcome our innermost limitations. We have been programmed by our environment from the very first moment we were born. From there onwards, we absorb the thoughts, teaching, emotions that people around us expressed towards us.

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Review: The Princess and the Swan by Ryke Leigh Douglas

The Princess and the Swan by author Ryke Leigh Douglas tells us the story of Wendelyn, a cheerful princess who lives an idyllic life in her father’s kingdom while she waits for her perfect charming prince to appear so that they can lead a happy life together. Her undying yearning

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How to Fall Asleep Naturally

When I find it hard to sleep, I do my controlled breathing. There’s no need for a sleeping pill. Doing this kind of breathing exercise for about 30 minutes will make my body feels so light and in no time, I fall asleep naturally. When I wake up, I feel

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The Intimacy Equation by Tim Marshall

Because of an experiment held by the NSA a new world evolves. A new type of hero emerges who wants to help the rest of the world catch up to the new paradigm. The only problem is the NSA believes these heroes to be a National Security threat, and will

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