Reconstructing Amelia By Kimberly McCreight * Book Review

Reconstructing Amelia follows the story of working mother, Kate, who receives a call one day from her teenage daughter’s school telling her that her daughter, Amelia, has been suspended and needs to be picked up. Due to traffic and work obstacles, Kate arrives at the school late, and by the time she does, there areContinue reading “Reconstructing Amelia By Kimberly McCreight * Book Review”

Chicken Soup for the Mother’s soul * 101 Stories

I read this lovely book while sitting on a 2h commute and I think I laughed and I cried and I felt like having a baby just here and now.  I recommend this book to any new mother to be – either by adopting, using a carrier mommy or even by carrying the little bundleContinue reading “Chicken Soup for the Mother’s soul * 101 Stories”

American Pastoral * Philip Roth Book Review

It took me ages to finish this book, not because it was boring but because it was filled with clumpy description of un-interesting events and people who had little to no meaning towards the story. I got interested in this great classic of American literature after watching the movie starring Ewan McGregor and I thought –Continue reading “American Pastoral * Philip Roth Book Review”

How to bring up your child without a sense of Entitlement

A young man was applying for a high position in a big company. He passed the initial interview and was going to meet the director for the final interview. The Director saw his resume, it was excellent. And asked him: – you received a scholarship at school? The young man replied – I didn’t. –Continue reading “How to bring up your child without a sense of Entitlement”

The Servants of Twilight * Dean Koontz

To his mother, Joey seems an ordinary six-year-old boy – special to her, but to no one else. To the Servants of Twilight, however, he is an evil presence who must be destroyed – an Anti-Christ who must die. This is a scary could-be-story about the power of cults and how they cannot stop onceContinue reading “The Servants of Twilight * Dean Koontz”