Book Details: Book Title: The 30 Day Challenge Book: 500 Ideas to Inspire Your Life Author: Clare Hudson Genre: self-help, creativity, motivation Publishing Date: December 19, 2016 Publisher: Amazon Digital Services My Thoughts: 30 Day Challenges are all over the internet, not just via blog posts but also
Title: The Productivity Project Author: Chris Bailey Publisher: Random House Genre: Self-Help, Productivity Publication Date: January 5th, 2016 My Review: Ever wondered why some people seem to achieve so much, yet they have the same amount of time available to them – 24 hours – as we all do?
Book Details: Title: Capturing Darkness With Light Author: Mary Sago Publication Date: April 24th, 2016 Genre: Self-Help My thoughts: Insightful, powerful and emotional, Capturing Darkness With Light is a well-written, comforting read, that allows the reader to embrace hope, even in darker times. The Author’s deeply personal collection of poetry
Book Details: Title: The True Language of Love Author: Sean Azimov Publication Date: May 15th, 2017 Genre: Self-Help My Thoughts: The True Language of Love is a thorough, and well-researched book with a little bit of a different – sometimes scientific – approach to the topic, with many practical tidbits
Book Details: Title: Show What You Are Made Of – Live The Life You Deserve Author: Marie Frappier Publication Date: December 6th, 2017 Genre: Self-Help My Thoughts Show What You Are Made Of is incredibly personal and insightful, something that is rare to see. The honest evaluation is that the author
Title: Workbook – The 5 Second Rule Author: Julie Ann Price Genre: Self-help, Self-Improvement Publisher: W.O.O. Publishing Publication Date: June 20th, 2017 My Thoughts: I am wary of books that are based on other books, in general. However, I do enjoy workbooks and find them a useful addition to some
Title: Simple Steps to Photographic Memory: Even the average Joe can do it now Author: Stefan Cain Publisher: Self-Published Publication Date: November 28th, 2016 Genre: Self-Help, Health My thoughts: Before reading Simple Steps to Photographic Memory by Stefan Cain, I had made the decision to have an open