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Books for the mind

Book reviews and some personal bits and bobs of writing

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Non Fiction

Mood Mapping – Dr. Liz Miller

Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it. – Helen Keller Psychology is not something that is of great interest to me, or remotely close to anything that I am studying, however... Continue Reading →

The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger

I believe that this book was written by someone who is undergoing a kind of therapy. The book follows a 17 year old protagonist named Holden on his three day journey home from school. It’s reasonably obvious that he’s in... Continue Reading →

Go Ask Alice – Anonymous

Go Ask Alice by an anonymous author is a peculiar book n in first person by a teenage girl of 15, at the start, writing in her diary. It goes through her almost daily struggles in life with school, boys,... Continue Reading →

Consumer Kids – Ed Mayo & Agnes Nairn

Consumer Kids: How Big Business is Grooming Our Children for Profit an eye opening text full of statistics that do in fact shock the reader by Chief Executive of Consumer Focus Ed Mayo and academic researcher and writer Dr. Agnes... Continue Reading →

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