Following a young American Korean man in Seoul in the aftermath of his girlfriend’s incomprehensible suicide, Wiley’s poignant, captivating novel is a powerful reflection on family, sense of belonging and the secrets we keep from those we love.
The bestselling author of It Ends With Us serves up a simmering slice of romance where a woman enters a passionate no-strings-attached and no-questions-asked affair with the irresistible pilot living next door.
For decades, people around the world have found guidance, humour and unity in Gloria Steinem’s gift for creating quotes that offer hope and inspire action. From her early days as a journalist and feminist activist, Steinem’s words have helped generations to empower themselves and work together. Continue reading “Book: The Truth Will Set You Free, But First It Will Piss You Off by Gloria Steinem”
A warm hug in book form When life has taken a difficult turn, our heart is aching and we’re only just holding it together, it’s easy to question everything. Who even am I, and how will I keep going? We need someone in our corner to travel this journey with us and help keep our spirits up. Continue reading “Book: When Life Is Not Peachy by Pip Lincolne”
For about sometime I was looking for a nice book with all the Robert Burns work and finally managed to find one that has everything I would want, this title includes all of Burns’ poems and songs, with a helpful glossary explaining difficult words, a chronology of Burns’s life and a bibliography. Continue reading “Book: The Complete Poems and Songs of Robert Burns”
Manifest things became a part of my journey in the last 7 months, same with meditation and awareness of my own thoughts, but before that I have wasted a good amount of time with the Law of Attraction, the universe and things that certainly made everything slower and didn’t see any progress with my desires so I decided to study and practice the law but from the law of assumption so I have read a couple of books that might help on the manifestation journey. Continue reading “Book: Make It Happen by Jordanna Levin”
Fashion was born and developed through time thanks to ideas, cultural movements, music, technology … everything that is interconnected and is reflected in new fabrics, patterns, accessories, shoes, handbags, colors, shapes. 100 Ideas that changed Fashion by Harriet Worsley is a fascinating book that make us discover all those moments that became iconic in the history of fashion. Continue reading “Book: 100 Ideas That Changed Fashion by Harriet Worsley”
Reading about history is one of the things I enjoy in my spare time, specially everything related to planes which is basically something I loved as a child and my current job. This year Britain celebrates the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and the 76th one of the D-Day and I wanted to recommend few books options that really caught my eye and they would be a nice read for anyone who is interested on this topic or make a good gift to someone. Continue reading “Battle Of Britain 80th Anniversary and II World War History Book Recommendations”
October comes with a book release but at the same time it’s not so new as the tittle might sound familiar for many of you, one of the top Fashion Books “100 Years of Fashion” by Cally Blackman is now available in pocket size so now apart of the original large version with Audrey Hepburn in the cover we have this smaller one for everyone to choose which one is more suitable for the our bookshelf. Continue reading “Book: 100 Years Of Fashion by Cally Blackman”
Because life is full of beauty hacks is always nice to have a book from where we can go back time to time to check certain information. I can only remember myself back in high school, totally clueless of how to look after my skin, my terrible make up techniques, I mean..damn! I wish books like this and the whole social media was so available back then, but now is good to refresh some knowledge with this beauty. Continue reading “Book: Back Chat Beauty, The Beauty Guide for Real Life”
The history and evolution of fashion is something I really enjoy to read about when I want to disconnect my mind from everything and just want a relaxed read in the sofa with a cup of tea, learning from the big brands like in this case Dior is going back on years and years of work and in my case even get some life inspiration. Continue reading “Book: Little Book of Dior by Karen Homer”