Category: Rating: 4/5
- Title: 11: Indispensable Relationships You Can't Be Without Author: Leonard Sweet Rating: 4/5 It was January of this year when I saw this in the bookstore and since I was planning to hoard as many books as I can that time, I got it. It seems to be interesting. " Your destination and your journey are both important but neither… Continue reading "11: Indispensable Relationships You Can’t Be Without by Leonard Sweet (Book Review)"
Rating: 4/5, The Elements of Style, William Strunk Jr and E.B. White
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: The Elements of Style Author: William Strunk Jr and E.B White Rating: 4/5 When I saw this in the bookstore, I thought that it'll be very helpful for someone like me who is an aspiring writing and true enough, though there are technical parts that is somewhat difficult to understand and follow, it has been so helpful to me.… Continue reading "The Elements of Style by William Strunk Jr and E.B. White (Book Review)"
Alexandra Adornetto, Halo, Rating: 4/5, Rating: 5/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Halo Author: Alexandra Adornetto Rating: 4.5/5 Since I'm not so into YA genre , I never thought that I'd fall in love with this book. And because of this, I'll make sure to read one, once in a while. It was a sweet love story of an angel (Bethany) and a human being (Xavier) which vows to conquer what… Continue reading "Halo by Alexandra Adornetto (Book Review)"
Rating: 4/5, Robyn Miller, Robyn's Book: A true Diary
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Robyn's Book: A True Diary Author: Robyn Miller Ratings: 4/5 You all know how much I love reading non fiction books and this is one of the most inspiring book I have read so far. One of the reason why I love this book is how I connect myself to the author. She loves writing and this is how… Continue reading "Robyn’s Book: A True Diary by Robyn Miller (Book Review)"
Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Rating: 4/5, The Little Prince
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: The Little Prince Author: Antoine de Saint-Exupery Rating: 4/5 47 pages. Pretty short but is enough to fill your head with so many questions and realizations. Life is simple and we just make it complicated - Lao Tsu That is what I remember as I was reading the novel. "You talk like a grown up. You mix everything up… Continue reading "The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery (Book Review)"
Effective Team Building, John Adair, Rating: 4/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Effective Team Building (How to Make a Winning Team) Author: John Adair Ratings:4/5 "Teamwork is no accident, it is the by-product of good leadership." That isn't the only meaningful quote you can get from this book. There are a lot and that is my personal favorite. I actually find it too technical which is the very reason why I… Continue reading "Effective Team Building by John Adair (Book Review)"
Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert, Rating: 4/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Eat Pray Love Author: Elizabeth Gilbert Ratings: 4/5 Reading this book made me feel like Elizabeth Gilbert was my soul mate LOL. The book I must say is like a "lost soul bible." Somehow in my lifetime, I have lost so many times and have struggled the same uncertainty that the author felt. (of course, minus the divorce part.) At some point,… Continue reading "Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert (Book Review)"
Don Miguel Ruiz, Rating: 4/5, The Four Agreements
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle : The Four Agreements Author: Don Miguel Ruiz Rating: 4/5 1. Be Impeccable with Your Words 2. Don't Take Anything Personally 3. Don't Make Assumptions 4. Always Do Your Best Those four are the highlights of this book. Though it was only a 33 page book. It is worth it. Albeit the bizarre first chapter because of some Toltec… Continue reading "The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz (Book Review)"
Rating: 4/5, Rhonda Byrne, The Power
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: The Power Author: Rhonda Byre Ratings: 4/5 It's no secret that the first book by Rhonda Byrne The Secret is a big hit. This second book however speaks of somehow the same point. If you have read The Secret, you can find this book redundant because it presents almost the same idea but was attacked differently by the author.… Continue reading "The Power by Rhonda Byrne (Book Review)"
Rating: 4/5, Robert Renaud, The Time Trading Guru
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: The Time Trading Guru Author: Robert Renaud Ratings: 4/5 Synopsis: Who wants to escape the nine to five workplace and live life again? Of course, the answer is everyone. Yet, in the crowded work-life balance / self-help genre there too few books that give a practical formula for the everyday worker to achieve balance in his life. This is… Continue reading "The Time Trading Guru by Robert Renaud (Book Review)"
Five People You Will Meet in Heaven, Mitch Albom, Rating: 4/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Five People You Will Meet in Heaven Author: Mitch Albom Ratings: 4/5 I may be at loss of words after reading it because somehow, after reading it twice, it still doesn't make sense to me. I mean, it does, but I'm more of puzzled as how did Albom came up with that list. And maybe I am trying to… Continue reading "Five People You Will Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom (Book Review)"
Rating: 4/5, Robyn Sisman, Summer in the City
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Summer in the City Author: Robyn Sisman Ratings: 4/5 Some people are suckers for chic lit novels but not me! lol. This may have some "ordinary" sense for a chic lit story but it has an extraordinary plot. It's exciting and it's as if I'm watching a romantic film. It's engrossing. (Just make sure Mr. Webster is handy! I… Continue reading "Summer in the City by Robyn Sisman (Book Review)"