Book Review: I Wish I Didn’t Quit by Nathan Holder

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We can all recall a time in our childhood when we had a dedicated hobby, whether it be a sport, dancing, an instrument, etc. Unfortunately, most of us can also recall giving up that hobby for one reason or another. If you are anything like me, you regret that decision. While I wouldn’t want to […]

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Book Review: Happiness Is All We Want by Ashutosh Mishra

Book Review Happiness Is All We Want by Ashutosh Mishra

I told myself this year that I’d read more non-fiction books. In particular, self-help books. I’ve already started the year on one and I’m looking forward to sharing it with you today with a review of Happiness Is All We Want by Ashutosh Mishra. Blurb Happiness Is All We Want by Ashutosh Mishra reminds us […]

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Book Review: Start: Life Under a Compulsory Community Treatment Order by Graham Morgan

It’s been a while since I reviewed a non-fiction book. I’m pretty excited about today’s book as I love promoting anything that focuses on mental health. If you are currently going through any mental health struggles, read on; this book might appeal to you. Start: Life Under a Compulsory Community Treatment Order is by Graham […]

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Book Review: The Power of Dog by Andrew G. Marshall

I really don’t know how to start this review. I always have (or at least I think I do) something witty or interesting to say at the start of a post but this time I’m at a loss. Read this entire review and you might be able to understand why. The Power of Dog by […]

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Book Review: My Mourning Year by Andrew G. Marshall

Don’t be put off by the title of this book. I won’t deny the base of the story is sad but it is also about strength, friendships and learning to find yourself again. My Mourning Year by Andrew G. Marshall is an unflinching account of one man’s loss. Andrew lost his partner Thom, his best […]

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Book Review: No Fourth River by Christine Clayfield

I love to hear people’s’ stories. I like to know where they came from and who they are. These stories don’t necessarily have to be told face to face, hence I love a good non-fiction/biography/autobiography. Out of all the stories I am told, there are some which just blow me away. Like that of Christine […]

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