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Edith Wairimu, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Now That the Candy's Gone

by Edith Wairimu

Personalized but sensible, the self-help book Now That the Candy’s Gone shares tested strategies for defeating self-limiting beliefs in order to succeed. Drawing on personal experiences, Caterina Perry’s actionable self-help guide... Read More

Book Review

Buoyant

by Edith Wairimu

The spirited self-help guide "Buoyant" suggests methods for creative people to avoid stagnation and remain innovative. Aimed at creators and entrepreneurs, Susie deVille’s career guide "Buoyant" suggests approachable strategies for... Read More

Book Review

He Chose the Glory

by Edith Wairimu

In the concise, Bible-based novella "He Chose the Glory", believers explore what it means to honor God in both Jewish and Christian contexts. Louis McCall’s keen historical novella "He Chose the Glory" follows the movement of the Ark... Read More

Book Review

Countdown to Greatness

by Edith Wairimu

"Countdown to Greatness" is a brief but encouraging self-help book about embracing one’s potential to inspire positive change. "Countdown to Greatness" is Michael Griffin’s swift self-help guide to identifying one’s personal... Read More

Book Review

The Ruby Rule

by Edith Wairimu

"The Ruby Rule" is an optimistic self-help guide that accepts the inevitability of opposing viewpoints and encourages lively, civil dialogues with others. Arthur F. Coombs III’s "The Ruby Rule" advocates for empathy, tolerance, and... Read More

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