Book Review: History of Japan

Japan: History of Japan: The Most Important People, Places and Events in Japanese History. From Japanese Art to Modern Manga. From Asian Wars to Modern Superpower. by Rui Kanda My rating: 2 of 5 stars Every nation, state or territory has a history to it. An empire is not built in a day, nor is…

Book Review: Conspiracies by Alex Monaldo

Conspiracies: Conspiracy Theories – The Most Famous Conspiracies Including: The New World Order, False Flags, Government Cover-Ups, CIA, & FBI by Alex Monaldo My rating: 3 of 5 stars We as a human race tend to dwell on the prospect of conspiracy. The theories are fuelled by rumours or the staging facts which either turn…

Listen to your inner self

Everyone has doubts, so why not challenge that internal dialogue instead of letting it paralyze you. Ask yourself, is your inner self-letting you closer to what you really want to achieve? 

How to read books in a short amount of time?

Having a busy book blog like this one comes with many emails and requests from authors wanting me to have a look at their work and reviewing them. Not to let anyone down, I had to come up with a plan just to be able to read the volume of books I was receiving. I…

The Place of Knowledge by Philip Alan Shalka (Book Review)

That Place of Knowledge by Philip Shalka My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Place of Knowledge, by Philip Alan Shalka, is a short story which falls under the “fiction” genre. As the name suggests, the story is focused on the author’s quest for knowledge and the resultant gest to learn more. The author along…

Etiquette: A Guide (Book Review)

Etiquette: A Guide to the Most Common Etiquette Rules and Social Situations where Etiquette Matters by Niel Schreiber My rating: 4 of 5 stars Etiquette, by Niel Schreiber, is a guidebook focused on the rules of common etiquettes used in social situations. The book prima facie contains a brief history of etiquette which thereafter culminates…