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“The Magic of Books: My Adventures with Paper Friends” is an enchanting children’s book that takes young readers on an extraordinary journey into the world of imagination and friendship. Join Lily, a curious and imaginative girl, as she discovers the remarkable power of books and the wonders they hold within their pages.

In this delightful tale, Lily explores the world of animals, fantastical creatures, and whimsical characters. With each turn of a page, she embarks on thrilling adventures, traversing magical lands and encountering new friends along the way. “The Magic of Books” not only entertains and captivates young minds but also offers a multitude of benefits derived from reading. This enchanting story sparks children’s imagination, fostering their creativity and encouraging them to dream big. Below is the sample page enjoy it.

This book cultivates a love for reading, nurturing a lifelong passion for books and storytelling. As children follow Lily’s magical escapades, they develop critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and expand their vocabulary. The vivid illustrations and engaging narrative enhance visual literacy, aiding in comprehension and making the reading experience even more enjoyable.

This enchanting tale is a must-read for parents, teachers, and children alike, opening the door to endless possibilities through the power of books. Order your copy now at Amazon and buy me a coffee from below icon and fuel my caffeine-fueled writing adventures, where words meet wit and hilarious mishaps await!

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A Poet’s Quest: Discover the beauty and complexity of life through a collection of evocative poems that capture raw human emotion in vivid detail. Introducing a collection of evocative poems that take you on a journey through the beauty and complexity of life. From the first blush of love to the heart-wrenching pain of loss, these poems explore the depths of human emotion in all its rawness and beauty. Click on the below cover picture.

Each verse is a masterpiece of language and imagery, capturing moments of joy, sorrow, hope, and despair in vivid detail. Whether you’re a lover of poetry or a newcomer to the art form, this collection will leave you spellbound with its eloquent expression and profound insights into the human experience. So sit back, relax, and immerse yourself in the enchanting world of poetic expression with this captivating collection on Wattpad.

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Who said coloring books were just for kids? Indulge your inner child (and forget about adulting for a while) with our therapeutic coloring book designed to make dementia patients smile and feel like a kid again! Our book features simple and engaging designs that promote mindfulness and help reduce stress. Join us in spreading joy and positivity one coloring page at a time!”

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Eckhart Tolle’s book “The Power of Now” is a spiritual guide that teaches readers how to live in the present moment and free themselves from the constraints of the mind. In this review, I will discuss the story details, positive and negative aspects of the book and how readers reflect about this book?

The book is divided into ten chapters, each discussing a different aspect of living in the present moment. Tolle argues that most people are trapped in their minds, thinking about the past or the future and missing out on the beauty of the present. He offers practical advice on how to break free from this mental prison and connect with the present moment.

One of the positive aspects of the book is its simplicity. Tolle’s writing style is straightforward and easy to understand, making it accessible to readers of all backgrounds. He uses real-life examples to illustrate his points and offers practical exercises that readers can do to apply his teachings in their lives.

Another positive aspect of the book is its emphasis on spirituality without being tied to any specific religion. Tolle’s teachings are universal and can be applied by anyone, regardless of their religious beliefs. He encourages readers to find their own spiritual path and connect with the divine within themselves.

However, one negative aspect of the book is that it can be repetitive at times. Tolle tends to reiterate his main points throughout the book, which may be tedious for some readers. Well it is how I had felt. Additionally, some readers may find his teachings to be too abstract or philosophical and struggle to apply them in their daily lives. One of the most memorable quotes from the book is “Realize deeply that the present moment is all you ever have.” This quote encapsulates the central message of the book and serves as a powerful reminder to readers to stay present.

From the writer’s point of view, Tolle’s writing is both insightful and inspiring. His teachings are based on his own spiritual journey, and he speaks from a place of deep wisdom and understanding. His writing style is engaging and thought-provoking, and he encourages readers to question their own beliefs and assumptions.

Well, I am yet to contemplate on the tips and tricks, but hoping that it will help me to find greater peace and happiness in the long run. Some readers have credited that the book is transforming their entire outlook on life and helping them overcome depression and anxiety. Not that I am looking for any aid but this book is hopeful when required.

To wrap it up, “The Power of Now” is an excellent book for anyone seeking to live a more mindful and fulfilling life. Despite its occasional repetition, the book is full of practical advice and inspiring wisdom. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in spirituality, personal growth, or mindfulness. I give this book a rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars for laying solutions to complex problems, motivating suggestions and uplifting advices.

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Happy women’s day to all – Dedicating this AI Art created by me using AI bluewillow tool – 

Prompt – style of raja ravi varma, Kurukshetra war, photo realistic, vfx, sfx, lots of sunlight, detailed background, full focus, 8k, octane render, 200mm -ar 2:3

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I am trapped in an experimenting rabbit hole! This is my first “digital art attempt of a tribal woman using Picsart”. Believe me it is a hell of a ride with tons of fun moments to educate, play and as well as swallow. Discovering that I could write a review on books wasn’t palatable with the readers, but turning into a half baked image prompter is completely dusted for the critique Nazi. Well, I am not here to complain but showcasing the thick skin I possess in the form of constant publishing regardless of the output. So have presented my facts fair enough, don’t forget to respond as always and drop your views on my artistic pursuits.

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I want to adopt more self help genre this year and found this book under iBooks free collection. And here I am trying to bring into right words that are easy to understand. This book is about the definition of peace which as per the author is found internally by every person contradictory to the belief of tracing it outside. Also, it is a clever trap to get drawn within the pool of suppressed emotion and thoughts, when letting go is where the true peace is hidden. Here is the excerpt from this book that I truly adore “Peace is not something that you achieve but rather that you become as a result of letting go of all that is not real you. You don’t need to force your mind into quietude. All you really need to do is stop giving so much attention to your thoughts and start giving more attention to what is directly in front of you at each given moment. Choose reality over the illusions in your mind”. What bowled me was to discover huge resemblance to Indian philosophy especially Advaita Vedanta. Loved it to the core for imparting the necessary life skills and the concepts were to the point. It is a tiny book full of wisdom so do not miss it.

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Let me break it to you that I am a hardcore fan of Keigo’s books since ‘The devotion of suspect x’ and the ladder of fascination seems to never cease. The plot is a routine murder mystery filled with line of suspects that requires a deduction ability to configure but it is the elements of investigation that keep you on the edge. And there is a resemblance of the later part of the story involving the swimming pool accident to Kanea Minato’s ‘Confessions’ even though the core tale differs on this. What I missed was the physicist Yukawa’s character from the previous works of the author who had an impressive digging skill that was lacking in here. Apart from it everything else scores in my opinion and overall had a nice time with this book.

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This will be the first Russian literature book I’ve read and find it lucky to have fallen in love with the narration by the author. The subject of death is a taboo and abhor for many people who rubs off its occurrence as a negative effect. And to have someone talk about it gives a sense of bravery that is appreciable. If combined with a sickness alarms the faint heart thus pushing away from a happenstance that is bleak to even consider. But with Tolstoy character Ivan, the actual moments of suffering, sadness and rejection are conveyed with at most precision. It screams of agony, oppression and despair that anybody could relate to however, I find that Ivan’s acceptance of death to be less potent and feel sorry for the wife character. Never is it easy to be with a sick person when the demands are persistently and emotionally drained. While it is hard to witness such things, remaining characters play their part as promised. Hence, a tale that will make you think, feel and act vividly.

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I have read a handful of poems that are imaginative, credible or impressive which apparently is taking a back seat now. This book scores a ton on this end while allowing the readers interpretation to run its vivid course. Some categories carry a deep sense of forbearance, intimacy and personal stance that are gaslighted by this author or maybe it’s just my opinion. Otherwise was insightful to go through the whole sections of poetry which are a treat to the fanatics. Hope my review was helpful to persuade enough to try this out. If so drop your view for a healthy discussion.

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