William Heinemann | 2020 | Paperback | 242 Pages What would you do when you know you don't have much time to live in this world? While we mostly know people who make use of that remaining time by doing charitable activities, make up with their pasts, settle their outstanding debts as to not troubling … Continue reading Review | The F*ck-It List by John Niven
Rebel Press | 2018 | e-book(PDF) | 234 Pages Mothers' day is around the corner...🌹💐💞 Dear mothers, do you want to make and see changes in your relationship with your daughter(s)? This book is the right one for you. Before reading the first chapter, there's a section which explained why this book is different from … Continue reading Review | How To Keep Your Daughter From Slamming the Door (Awesome Mom Handbook) by Deborah Ann Davis
This quarantine brings out the best in me because I'm able to read more. I think that's the silver lining of this quarantine. In April 2020, I managed to read 9 books: 4 paperbacks and 5 ebooks...At least I have shown the ebooks some love and attention. 1) Defining You by Fiona Murden 🍩🍩🍩🍩🍩🍩 2) … Continue reading April Wrap Up
Reedsy | 2019 | Paperback | 103 Pages Kindle, Paperback Ismail a Moroccan young man traveled to Italy without proper documents (meaning in illegal way) to earn a living for his family back in Morocco. Lucky for him he has his cousin and a friend who have paved the way to Italy before him. Since … Continue reading Review | Sells Sea Shells by Mara Mer
Self-Published | 2019 | e-book | 201 Pages Paperback Kindle Picking up from what had happened in the previous book, Maggie and her friends made it in one piece from the forest to the airport to head back to their country. The story line live up the title itself: filled with doubts and the characters … Continue reading Review | The Source of Code (Book 2): Doubtless Doubts and the Doubtful Truth by Ekat Rin
What is the most popular online bookstore on Internet? Yes you guess it right: it's Amazon; not only as the online bookstore, but other things as well like groceries, gadgets, fashion etc can also be purchased online on Amazon. Ooh I am the (cough) Amazon Affiliate too. Hehe. This book is not written by the … Continue reading Review | The Bezos Letters: 14 Principles To Grow Your Business Like Amazon by Steve Anderson with Karen Anderson.
Hodder & Stoughton | April 7th 2020 | Paperback | 421 Pages The first book targeting to the adult audiences that I ever read so far. The story line from the start to the ending is not typical, it's unpredictable and is filled with twists and turns. All of these are what I love and … Continue reading Review | Chosen Ones by Veronica Roth