The Man You Meet in Heaven by Debbie Viggiano

Genres: Romantic comedy, contemporary, family & marriage, Humor Blurb: Would you want to change your past if given the chance? Divorcee Hattie Green went shopping one afternoon. She never expected to get bumped on her head with the sign board of the aisle she was in. One moment she’s on the phone talking to her mum who’s trying to set her up and the next, … Continue reading The Man You Meet in Heaven by Debbie Viggiano

Practicing Self Care during the Pandemic

Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic started, times have become harder for everyone. Many people have lost jobs, stranded at home and uncertain about the future. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed by the stressful situation. However, it is also important to take care of ourselves. Self care has become even more essential for our well being. Dr Christine Carter from the University of California has advised … Continue reading Practicing Self Care during the Pandemic

What does your handwriting say about you

The prediction of someone’s character by studying the person’s handwriting is known as Graphology. The history of graphology goes as far back to 500BC when Confucius warned “Beware of a man whose writing sways like a reed in the wind.” Modern graphology was founded by the Italians during the 17th century. Since then, it has flourished and has become a major field of study across … Continue reading What does your handwriting say about you

Hannah – Book 8 of the Farraday Country series by Chris Keniston

Genres: Small town romance, military, western, contemporary, family drama Blurb: Hannah Farraday wants to start an equine center at her family ranch. Though her cousins have found their happily ever after, she isn’t interested in being the damsel in distress. She wants to start a program to treat people suffering both physically and mentally until she meets him. Dallas police officer Dale Johnson is on … Continue reading Hannah – Book 8 of the Farraday Country series by Chris Keniston

Music and the brain

From time immemorial, man has developed the ability to produce music by inventing musical instruments. We all like some form of music whether it be classical, hip-hop or even a musical theatre. Music helps us to relax. As we listen, we even start humming or repeating the lyrics. However, a study published in Scientific Reports by Jens Madsen among other researchers found that repeated exposure … Continue reading Music and the brain