Category: Books & Movies

Successful Women Think Differently: 9 Habits to Make You Happier, Healthier & More Resilient By Valorie Burton

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Looking for a Tuesday inspiration? Here you go – a book on entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship for women, particularly. “You can’t make a change until you stop hiding your challenge and begin sharing it.”, author says.

Book Review: The House Girl by Tara Conklin

The House Girl

Lina Sparrow, an upcoming lawyer, is assigned to what the firm assumes will be THE slave reparation law suit. In her search for the ‘perfect’ person to be the face of their lawsuit, she discovers Josephine, a house slave on a moldering Virginia plantation in the 1850s. You jump from Lina to Josephine and back again, but the writer, Tara Conklin, does an excellent job in her transitions between the two.

Book review: Fifty Shades of Grey by Erika Leonard James

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Red room of pain. The place where he wants her neither look up at his eyes, nor talk to him, nor touch him – only listen to his orders, just to have a powerless woman for his pleasure. This is how a young journalist, Anastasia Steele, was presented with a contract of being a submissive by a billionaire, who has never got ‘no’ for an answer, Christian Grey.

Book Review: The Libertine’s Nature by Lars-Henrik Schmidt

Libertines

The Libertine’s Nature is a book about the infamous aristocrat Marquis de Sade, who, besides being a politician and a writer, was a also famous for his lifestyle.

Movie: Seven Psychopaths

Seven psychopaths

How far are you willing to go for your friendship? Would you help out a friend writing a crime novel to get some inspiration? Even if it requires shooting someone in the stomach? In the head? No?.. Yeah, I thought so. I knew you’re not such a good friend after all. Well Billy (Sam Rockwell) [...]

Book Review: “Get The Life You Want” by Richard Bandler

Get the Life You Want

No, don’t be discouraged by a rather cheesy title. And no, it’s not just another self-help book for lost souls. The author is what makes all the difference.  Richard Bandler has worked in the field of personal change for decades and is co-founder of Neuro Linguistical Programming (NLP), a field of science (or maybe art?) which [...]