Storyworthy | Matthew Dicks | Book Review

There are a few books that touch you. Some books resonate with you deeply. Storyworthy was one such book for me. I picked it up without reading the blurb expecting this book to help me with my short stories. But this book was about life and how we can find stories in our daily lives and bring those stories to life.

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My Sleepless Nights | Manohar Grandhi | Book Review

Spoiler Free Review My Sleepless Nights is a book that took me back to the days I had a super erratic sleep schedule! This book was way too relatable! This book totally lived up to its name and is totally worth reading! Title: My Sleepless NightsAuthor: Manohar GrandhiGenre: NonfictionPages: 62Rating: 4/5Links: Goodreads | AmazonImage Credits: […]

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Virtual Volunteer | Manohar Grandhi | Book Review

A month ago, Manohar reached out to me to review two of his books. And I was having a super huge reading slump. And finally, I picked up Virtual Volunteer. I’ve been deep into volunteering for the last five years and always had a lot of ideas about how volunteering should be like and wanted […]

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Lucy | Jamaica Kincaid | Book Review

This book is a deep dive into philisophies of life, growing up to the realities of adulthood as everything people are taught as children breaks down questioning us if there is ever a right way to parenting.

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Limitless | Jim Kwik | Book Review

If you are looking for a book that helps you “Learn how to learn” and unlock the potential of the mind, This is your Go to book!

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Happening | Annie Ernaux | Book Review

This small book of less than 100 pages is an intense experience of the author undergoing an abortion in France in the 1960’s when abortions were illegal.

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