Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Success Principles, by Jack Canfield

The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be; 10th Anniversary Edition (2015); by Jack Canfield, with Janet Switzer. Jack Canfield is one of my favorite motivational speakers. I regularly watch his seminars … Continue reading

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Understanding the Humorous and Ironic Title of the World’s Most Famous Novel

I’m sure most of you have read, or at least heard of the fictional story called Don Quixote, written by the most well-known Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes in 1605(1st Part) and 1615(2nd Part). Alonso Quixano is a fifty-year-old gentleman … Continue reading

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How to Get Your Point Across in 30 Seconds – Book Review

Why is that important you might ask, well if your message is clear and to the point your recipient will know exactly what you are talking about. In business clear messages save time and misunderstandings and this is equally important … Continue reading

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Steel Fetters by Tina Fernandez

Miss Afia Rana is a beautiful young lady who has landed her dream job. She’s an airline stewardess flying for India’s Southern Airlines. She makes frequent trips to Bombay, Mumbai, and the famous Juhu Beach area surrounded by the Arabian … Continue reading

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The Stars Shine Down by Sidney Sheldon: A Book Review

I got tired of mouse clicks and clicking pages on my laptop. Instead, I badly wanted a feel for solid pages in my hands. That’s when I thought I would take a break and enjoy reading a novel, flipping through … Continue reading

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A Review of the Book Half-Cut, A Police Thriller by Arnold Eslava-Grunwaldt

A complex mystery, combining thrilling police action and great characters, what more could a fan of the genre look for? A police thriller that is as clever as it is suspenseful; Half-Cut makes a noticeable entrance into the ever-growing genre … Continue reading

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Taj Mahal Is a Hindu Temple Reveals the Book ‘World Vedic Heritage’

The book under review ‘World Vedic Heritage – A History of Histories’ is written by a great research scholar P.N.Oak after years of research on this subject. This was written way back in 1984 and I have read it long … Continue reading

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