Book review “Live Your Truth—Break the Cycle” by Stacey Henry Carr

Written by Nilanjana Haldar If you are a parent, be prepared to have your mind blown away by this book’s exposure of your ignorance on the existence of child sexual abuse in society. Blown away to the point where you question if at all your child has been sexually abused as well, because don’t ever forget, children will never say…

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Book review for “Deep-The Embers of Life” by Christopher J Aggett

Rating—-> 10/5 :)  A Very gripping page-turner! I have to thank the author for sending me a free copy ( upon my request) so I could read the novel.  My review will be a lot better understood if you have read through the author's first part, "Deep: The Climb of Truth" the review for which you can find right about…

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Book Review for “Deep” by Christopher Aggett

Written by Nilanjana Haldar The writing of this book stands out as the literary equivalent of an indisputably entrancing movie, one in which you’d rather thirst than miss pieces of the whole.  The protagonist, Daisy’s character sketch was beautiful. I felt the parade of emotions that swept through her as she accidently found herself into the chaos she had no…

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Book Review for “School of Greatness” by Lewis Howes (5 Star rating)

I picked up “School of Greatness” when I first discovered who Lewis Howes was, which was through a friend in Facebook. I knew very little about Lewis back then, but after digging into his life, who he is, the struggles he overcame, the victories he made, I came to understand that at a certain level I resonated with Lewis. I…

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Book Review for ‘Beauty in the Pain: Living Life with Chronic Pain’ by H.D. Bryant

  Written By Nilanjana Haldar 5 starsMy Experience: I was reduced to tears reading about the author’s pain, life-changing experience! It is easy to hear about people hurting with disease, or read about them in pages of the editorial, or worse, barely scratch the surface of it in the whithering grimace of the neglected, diseased elderly at home. But do…

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A Gratitude Letter for Marissa Peers, the Person Who Changed my Life.

Written by Nilanjana Haldar Dear Marissa Peers,This is a blog I have written to express my gratitude towards you. I hope it reaches you.I wanted to tell you that the immensity of gratitude I feel for you is too meagre to be expressed in plain words. No matter how perfect a word I use to express my gratitude, it just…

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A BEACH LIFE YOU DIDN’T SEE

Written By Nilanjana Haldar  (Pictures © by Nilanjana Haldar) Always and always loved the beach! A total of 9 hours at the beach.  And you thought a beach story concludes with the joyrides over the waves or cheap local lemonades over the sand-dunes and no further?!  Read my excerpt, I produced another story.  You might want to read this for…

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Book Review for “How to Be an Imperfectionist: The New Way to Fearlessness, Confidence, and Freedom from Perfectionism” by Stephen Guise

Written by Nilanjana Haldar This book deserves 100/5 stars. It is literally changing my life. After 'Conversations with God' by Neale Donald Walsh, this is the second most powerful book I am reading. I normally wait till the book is over and procrastinate before I begin making attempts to write the 'perfect review' to post, but this book impacted me…

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A New Way to Heal from Domestic Abuse

Written by Nilanjana Haldar   Disclaimer: This script is not only intended for women but also for men who are often the victims of domestic abuse   “You have forgotten that every situation in your life is created by you. The moment a statement like this triggers you to deny it that itself shows you haven’t realized who you are!…

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A Studio Ghibli Otaku’s Frightening Depression Borne Out of Two Days of Engrossing In 5 Studio Ghibli Stories, Back to Back) (Otaku=Obsession (おたく/オタク)

Written by Nilanjana Haldar Yes! We Are Addicts too! (I withdraw and the Knife Buries Deep Into My Heart) (Reader Discretion is Advised) This depression I am about to write about is probably beyond every reader’s grasp (save only the few in my country whose lives have been claimed by Studio Ghibli). This depression is probably best understood by my…

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