Tag: Book Review
- Title: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Author: Stephen Covey Rating: 5/5 A book that outlines the simple habits that will change your life - whether you are a novice or an expert. This book can surely lay it all out to you. With practical examples that can hopefully address your questions and curiosity. What are those habits? Be… Continue reading "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey (Book Review)"
Behind the Blog, Kryz Uy, Rating: 5/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Behind the Blog Author: Kryz Uy Rating: 5/5 2009 was the start of my blogging hobby. Writing has always been my stress reliever. When I was younger, ranting online liberates me (ok fine, yes, until now. I have to keep it in moderation tho). But then, when I stumble upon few bloggers like Kryz Uy, they made me want… Continue reading "Behind the Blog by Kryz Uy (Book Review)"
21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, John Maxwell, Rating: 5/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership Author: John Maxwell Rating: 5/5 John Maxwell is my go to guy for any leadership dilemma. Not only did I follow him on Facebook, I also love and enjoys reading his book. 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership is one of his legendary work. Well, I actually got this from amazon (yes, my first ever purchase… Continue reading "21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John Maxwell (Book Review)"
James Patterson, Rating: 5/5, Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas Author: James Patterson Rating: 5/5 I'm so glad I gave the author a second chance. My first Patterson novel was a bit off and though this diary can be predictable just like the first Patterson novel I've read, somehow, the story kept me on my toes. In the middle of the story, I felt like… Continue reading "Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas by James Patterson (Book Review)"
Rating: 5/5, Robin Sharma, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari Author: Robin Sharma Rating: 5/5 This is my first Sharma book. The Monk who Sold his Ferrari presents familiar topics (probably because of the previous books I've already read), the author made it linger more to your memory. He use bizarre symbolism that's rather weird to any person's taste. Maybe, it's designed like this to… Continue reading "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma (Book Review)"
Have a Little Faith, Mitch Albom, Rating: 3/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Have a Little Faith Author: Mitch Albom Rating: 3/5 Written by Tuesdays with Morrie's author, Mitch Albom. I remember how moved I was with that story and the main reason why I bought this book. Have a Little Faith started with a eulogy request to Albom by one of his respected rabbi. He was initially overwhelmed with this request… Continue reading "Have a Little Faith by Mitch Albom (Book Review)"
8 Habits of the Happy Millionaire, Bo Sanchez, Rating: 5/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: 8 Habits of the Happy Millionaire Author: Bo Sachez Rating: 5/5 It has a catchy title, isn't? Who doesn't want to become a millionaire? And that is the main reason why my eyes twinkled when I saw this book lying at the center table of my tita's house (which also happen to be a millionaire). At the back of… Continue reading "8 Habits of the Happy Millionaire by Bo Sanchez (Book Review)"
Rating: 5/5, Rhonda Byrne, The Magic
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: The Magic Author: Rhonda Byrne Rating: 5/5 For The Secret fans out there, this is another book that can enrich your soul into believing that you can become whoever you want to be. If you only believe in magic, then it will come to you. Before we move on to this book, here's a little bit of a review… Continue reading "The Magic by Rhonda Byrne (Book Review)"
David Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: The Magic of Thinking Big Author: David Schwartz Rating: 5/5 Mediocrity in you will find its way out of your system and you'll be thinking differently after reading this book. You will embrace that greatness that lies at the bottom of your heart. The greatness, that will try to escape from where it's hiding and try to manifest in everything that… Continue reading "The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz (Book Review)"
How To Start Your Day Right, Jonas Dupo, Rating: 5/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: How to Start Your Day Right Author: Jonas Dupo Rating: 5/5 Answer some SUCCESS Survey and GET the free ebook HERE I have interviewed Jonas Dupo here in my blog before and now, I got the privilege to read his book already. You can also get the FREE copy of his book when you click the link posted above. It… Continue reading "How To Start Your Day Right by Jonas Dupo (Book Review)"
Bitter Sweet Love, Michael Faudet, Poems, Rating: 4/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Bitter Sweet Love Author: Michael Faudet Rating: 4/5 Important Note: An adult material. Michael Faudet's writing was mysterious. Makes you wonder how did he come up with these passages and makes you think, who and what are his inspiration. As noted above, this is an adult material and if you are younger and less experienced in the love department(or doesn't have… Continue reading "Bitter Sweet Love by Michael Faudet (Book Review)"
Jojo Moyes, Me Before You, Rating: 4/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Me Before You Author: Jojo Moyes Rating: 4/5 This review I know is so 2016. I'm so sorry for reading this book too late. Nevertheless, we are book geek wannabe's and I am also an advocate of reading a book in your own terms and pace. Only had the chance to read Jojo Moyes' best seller - Me Before… Continue reading "Me Before You by Jojo Moyes (Book Review)"