Messages Of Life From Death Row Spirituality In Prison

Monday, 11 July 2016 Spirituality  No comments

Although I have yet to read the book “Messages of Life From Death Row” by Pierre Pradervand, I found the following review and I will be looking for this book on my next visit to a book store. If you have read it, or get a chance to read it, please let me know what you think.

(PRNewsChannel) / October 19, 2010 / GENEVA / ‘Messages of Life from Death Row’ (ISBN 1439235600) by sociologist and activist Pierre Pradervand features correspondence between the author and a death row inmate who contends he is innocent.
Accused of murder in 1986, Houston native Roger McGowen was subsequently convicted and sentenced to death. According to McGowen, he confessed to the crime to protect his brother Charles, the true culprit who shot the victim in the midst of a botched robbery...

Read More

On Vampire Romance Books

Monday, 11 July 2016 Romance  No comments

It should be no surprise that there is a big trend on nowadays for vampire romance books.  Romance fiction books have been extremely popular throughout history, with well-known love stories from Shakespeare to Emily Bronte and Jacqueline Susann.  Women young and old turn to romance fiction books to fulfill a part of their lives that may not exist in their own realities.  Romance fiction books offer a new view of love and life, set in a modern setting or in history.  Now the trend has turned to fantasy romance books with vampire books like Twilight by Stephenie Meyer.

Vampire romance books offer another view of the romantic world.  Not only do they provide the love interest desired in the stories, but they offer an alternate world that does not exist in normal life...

Read More

Stephen Hawking Biography Review

Monday, 11 July 2016 Biography  No comments

A review of Kristine Larsen’s Stephen Hawking: A Biography.

The Stephen Hawking biography is slightly different than most in that this particular book has been written about the eminent physicist by another physicist. Stephen Hawking is seen as one of the greatest scientific minds of all time and he still manages to produce amazing theories despite suffering from a neuro muscular disease that has left him almost completely paralyzed. The book lets you see how he has dealt with the progression of this illness through his life.

A lot of what he has done in his work is far beyond the capabilities of most people to understand which is why it is good that they are explained in easy to follow language...

Read More

The Mystery Writer Ahmad Khawaja

Monday, 11 July 2016 Mystery  No comments

Ahmad Khawaja, the known Agatha Awardee, first started writing at the age of 11 after reading his first suspense and mystery novel. The first novel he read was that of Edgar Allan Poe’s Murders in the Rue Morgue. Ever since then the boy Ahmad had been inspired to relive his own creative mysteries through his writings.

Ahmad Khawaja was born in Oregon, Texas on 1981 as the middle child out of 5 kids. Living in a poverty state, Ahmad enjoyed his free time at the local library and spent his time reading books. Ahmad’s first novel after reading Poe never got published as his manuscript was burned during a house fire. Still, it did not hinder his talents to be known to the world...

Read More

Magnet Generator Books Reviewed

Monday, 11 July 2016 Adventure  No comments

Permanent magnet generator guides have been popular for a long time. The main concept of generating free electrical energy from magnetic energy is something that interests the vast majority of everyday people. There are several manuals, resources and tutorials available for helping regular consumers, like you and me, to make their own continuous magnet generator at home for their very own personal use. This write-up is going to talk about the things you’ll want to watch out for when selecting the right guide to help you to put together your very own magnet generator. I am going to also provide you with some brief information on the subject of how your permanent magnet motor is going to work and also touch on a variety of of the best courses now on the market.

Perpetual Magnet Motor science...

Read More

The Truth About Relationship Help Books

Monday, 11 July 2016 Self Help  No comments

People read self-help books because they need to get useful and direct information on an issue they’re facing at this point. In particular, relationship help books that promise to cure your dating woes are always hot. However, before you decide to invest your hard earned cash on relationship self-help, there are several things you need to consider. Here is a guide to choosing the right relationship help books.

1. The Hands-on Experience. Having graduated from many universities does not make a person an expert on relationships; experience does. Before you let yourself get fooled by the intimidating initials after an author’s name, research the author’s background...

Read More

The Spirituality of Being Versus Doing

Monday, 11 July 2016 Spirituality  No comments

Daily Insight into Living Consciously from The Little Prince

When we glimpse how vastly different consciousness is as a way of living from the unconsciousness in which we have floundered, we want to fix up our life by embarking on a “spiritual journey.”

We start reading all kinds of books, listening to talks, going to retreats, praying, meditating, and affirming.

We begin working various programs, practicing laws of attraction, meeting in groups to study courses on spirituality.

All of this is meant to change our situation.

What we don’t usually realize is that we are seeking to make things different by using the same fundamental approach that got us where we are: doing.

A conscious life isn’t about doing, but about being.

But being isn’t an inactive life...

Read More

Great Vampire Romance Books Review Of The Vampire Diaries The Fury And Dark Reunion

Monday, 11 July 2016 Romance  No comments

The Vampire Diaries The Fury and Dark Reunion is actually two vampire books in one. The vampire T.V. series “The Vampire Diaries” is actually based on this series of great vampire romance books by L. J. Smith. These two books are the sequels to the original vampire romance books of “The Awakening” and “The Struggle”.

In the first part of this vampire book series, “The Fury” begins with Elena coming to grips with being a vampire. She has all the needs and issues of a vampire, but still has her emotional attachment to Stephan and all her morals intact. Elena is faced with the dilemma of being a vampire but still has ties to her life as a human. There is a mystery involved and Elena struggles between Stephan and Damon for her affections.

The second book in Smiths great vampire romance books ...

Read More

Atul Agnihotri Biography

Monday, 11 July 2016 Biography  No comments

Atul Agnihotri was born on 24 June 1970. Agnihotri began his career in Bollywood as a child artist at the age of 13 with Basu Chatterjee’s PASAND APNI APNI (1983). The film had Mithun Chakraborty in the main lead, Atul’s cousin sister Rati Agnihotri was in the female lead alongside Utpal Dutt.

Career

As an Actor

(1993-1994)

As an adult, Atul Agnihotri started his career with Mukesh Bhatt’s film SIR (1993). SIR (1993) is one of the better Bollywood films directed by Bhatt. Naseeruddin Shah and Pooja Bhatt have played the other two lead characters in the film. Atul played role of Karan, a young boy in the film.

After SIR (1993), he was seen in the director Sanjay Gupta’s AATISH (1994)...

Read More

The Hot Vampire Romance Books Trend

Monday, 11 July 2016 Romance  No comments

Vampires and vampire romance books seem to be a hot trend in the marketplace today.  Since the original Dracula movies, vampires as monsters have been popular, but never as much as in today’s world.  Books like Twilight seem to have re-instilled the interest in the vampire world as a whole.  Not only did Twilight bring about a new era for vampire lovers, with monsters and horror included, but Twilight also introduced romance into that bizarre world.  As a result, not only the teens, to whom to book was geared, but many other readers of all ages became entranced with the possibility of vampires as the good guys, and as lovers.

The Twilight saga books, written by Stephenie Meyer, were well written which also brought in a lot of readers...

Read More