This short read will change the way you move. If you’re looking for a quick, motivational read that won’t bore you to death or weigh down your bag, this is the one for you. Through a fictional tale, you learn how your action affect your outcome.Read More
Written by Brittany Shawnté
Long before her stint on Starz’ Power, La La Anthony was a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment business. I grew up watching her co-hosting MTV’s TRL and hosting other shows, as well as starring in movies and TV shows. On the interviewing side, I loved her classy interviewing style, while still managing to keep control during shows. So, of course, when I heard she was coming out with a book detailing rules to success, I had to order it.Read More
Written by ELLA
This passionate and painful love story by Alice Hoffman begs us to turn the next page just like the characters beg for each other's love. The tale gives so many examples of love and lies and the things they can do to your soul. We get a view into various character's points of views in their own relationships, while they judge the relationships of others. This book asks one question from cover to cover - what are you willing to do for love?
March Murray has always been in love with Hollis and probably always will be. She had spent so many nights looking out of her window waiting for his return, she should have known how much it would hurt to love him again. Even though she's married and a mother, Hollis has a hold on March that many women can understand - the thought of "what if" that causes you to try things you shouldn't. Hoping to regain what she thought she lost, March falls for Hollis and starts living the painful secrets everyone in the town whisper about. Although she sees him differently than anyone else every has, Hollis is an example of what happens when a person doesn't learn to love themselves - they destroy everyone they come in contact with.
The saddest love story #OfAllTime. George Orwell's 1984 was published in 1949. It's amazing how much we think the future is going to change. This satirical novel, supposing what the world would be like in 35 years, is a great example of how much we fear the future --even today, I believe. The biggest fear some of us have is losing our freedom and falling under the totalitarian rule of another. Books like this are amazing because they can be applied to current politics, future politics and even our day-to-day lives. is there any way for another person/body to govern you efficiently?Read More