SUPER-WOMEN BY JANINA SCARLET | BOOK REVIEW
Super-Women by Janina Scarlet is a self-help book for women who are trying to overcome their anxiety, trauma, and depression. The struggle is real for most women and the constant battle to overcome these emotions is not an easy job. Janina Scarlet has crafted a Superhero therapy that is focused on providing women with the necessary tools to combat the resurfacing issues. Using the different tools, you will learn to explore the different emotions and experiences. You are taught to process them and accept them by using self-compassion and mindfulness. The technique involves as the name suggests building your own Superhero story. You re-write your own origin story and find…
BOOK REVIEW : MYTHOPEDIA – AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MYTHICAL BEASTS AND THEIR MAGICAL TALES BY GOOD WIVES AND WARRIORS
Mythopedia is a brilliantly illustrated encyclopedia of mythical beasts and fantastical creatures from around the world. The beautiful cover pulled me in from the moment I laid my eyes on it. The book is well researched and filled with enlightening information regarding various beasts and creatures often heard in lores. It was an absolute delight to read this book and a visual feast as well. I was awed by the vivid details added to the beautiful art in this book. The bright colors, the imagery this book presents is breathtaking!!
Ramadan and being Quarantined was a new experience for me, as I am sure it was for everyone else. It was interesting, to say the least. I wasn't sure how much reading I will be able to get done. But I just moved forward with the mindset that I will be doing my best to read as much as I can. Things did work out for me and for that I am extremely grateful. I was able to finish the entire Quran and also twelve books in addition to that. There were some really fun reads and some emotional reads in May. Overall May was a good reading month for…
BOOK REVIEW : CONFIDENCE LOST / CONFIDENCE FOUND – HOW TO RECLAIM THE UNSTOPPABLE YOU BY KATE MCGUINNESS
I am so glad I requested this book as it is one of the best non-fiction, self-help books that I've come across. This one is easily readable and also very practical to follow through and that makes it more beneficial to the readers. As someone who has struggled with self-confidence and still at times falters in terms of confidence this book came at a time of immense demand in my life. This book gives us easy-to-follow plans and exercises that can be readily incorporated into our daily routine to give us the perfect amount of boost to our confidence. Kate McGuinness helps us with techniques to silence our inner critic…
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BOOK REVIEW : MOTHER TO SON LETTERS TO A BLACK BOY ON IDENTITY AND HOPE BY JASMINE L. HOLMES
Jasmine's book Mother to Son is a great book for Christians written with so much heart and love in every word of the letters she has written for her two sons. The book as I mentioned consists of letters to her young black sons and is filled with wise, thought-provoking messages and advice on how to lead their life moving forward in today's world. The topics are heavy, sensitive and of utmost importance in navigating the world. Issues of race, justice, and identity are discussed at lengths with love, hope, and grace. All advice on navigating these heavy topics are delivered through the lens of religious texts. The scripture plays…
BOOK REVIEW : HOW DO YOU KILL 11 MILLION PEOPLE? BY ANDY ANDREWS
Become an informed, passionate citizen who demands honesty and integrity from our leaders or suffer the consequences of our own ignorance and apathy.
BOOK REVIEW : LOSING JON BY DAVID PARRISH
David Parrish's Losing Jon is a harrowing account of a teenager's death following a night of partying under suspicious circumstances. The whole book is written to bring out the police brutality in Howard county and the steps the police, FBI and other officials took to cover up the crime. The book was engaging and gripping in its storytelling..
BOOK REVIEW : ANXIETY RELIEF FOR TEENS – ESSENTIAL CBT SKILLS AND MINDFULNESS PRACTICES TO OVERCOME ANXIETY AND STRESS BY REGINE GALANTI
Anxiety Relief For Teens by Regine Galanti is an excellent book that delivers mindfulness techniques and CBT action plans that you can incorporate into your daily life and routines to combat anxiety, depression, behavioral problems and panic attacks. This book is definitely geared for teens and Young Adults, but I feel it is equally beneficial to adults as well. Keep on reading to know more of my thoughts..
BOOK REVIEW : KILLER’S BIBLE BY CALVIN LOCH
A book about a guy who turned into a killer. His diary of how he turned into who he is. An expose of a man who is psychologically damaged and mentally unstable in my opinion.
Hey guys!! How are you all doing? I hope you guys had a great reading month this February. I wasn’t sure about the number of books I will be able to read. I am glad I was able to get to these books. I read 7 books this month. I had 1 paperback copy, 3 ARCs from Netgalley, 1 from the Edelweiss+, one from a publisher and another from the RABT book tours. I had a good reading month and I am happy to present you with the books I read and the FBRC ratings. Thank you Netgalley, Reign Publishing, Jennifer Anne Davis, RABT book tours and Edelweiss+ for providing…