A round up of what I read in the first quarter of 2019
Stories of 12 extraordinary women who created history by staging a nude protest against exploitation by the state.
20 Diamond Rules for Ultimate Well-being by Ashraf Haggag is a book in the genre of self-help. The book is divided into 20 chapters with each chapter delineating one principle/guideline/rule for well-being. Being an avid reader of the self-help genre, I found that the content is quite similar to the content found in any other … Continue reading Book Review: 20 Diamond Rules for Ultimate Well-Being
2018 has been going great in terms of reading. I have been reading diverse books in different formats. Whenever I get into a writing slump, there comes a book which is so moving that it makes me want to write about it. The book I will be talking ( writing) about today is Palestine by … Continue reading Book Talk: Palestine by Joe Sacco
` 12 Startup Success Secrets by Eddie Yu is a "look into the world of internet entrepreneurs and demonstrates that no matter how technophobic you are, or how limited your resources are, you can build a new business from scratch using all the tools, services, and resources that are available all around you today." The … Continue reading Book Review: 12 Startup Success Secrets
Hi guys! I can't believe we are already three months into the new year. Time goes by so fast! Anyway, I thought this is the best time to do a round-up post to share what I read in these three months. As a bibliophile, I would have liked to read more than I did ( … Continue reading Quarterly Round Up!
At the Teahouse Cafe is a collection of 15 essays by Isham Cook recounting his experiences in China. I was very excited to read this book since I know almost nothing about China and its culture and I am not disappointed. The author talks about various issues ranging from education to health to customer service in … Continue reading Book Review: At The Teahouse Cafe