Literature

18 Feb 19
The Vagabond

I had been reading a lot lately, but somehow never reviewed any and left it for later. Later never comes, so I have decided to review the book on the day I finish. “Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni” I had come across this author through Blogchatter A to Z, 2018 where she was a mentor. Her books […]

18 Feb 19

Welcome to my stop on this Blog Tour for the release of BROKEN, the latest chilling novel by the wonderful Betsy Reavley! I would like to say that it is truly my pleasure to be invited onto this blog tour! Particular thanks to Emma Welton, Heather @ Bloodhound Books and of course the awesome Betsy Reavley who […]

18 Feb 19
Into the Woods: The Literature of Witches

The  Werewolf  takes  place  in  a  cold  country  where  it  is  said  that  it’s  where  large  beasts  resides.  Their  lives  are  described  as  poor  and  harsh.  The  woodsmen  believe  that  the  Devil  is  real  and  can  mostly  be  seen  hanging  around  the  graveyard  with  witches  as  they  feast  upon  corpses.  If  a  witch  were  to  […]

18 Feb 19
Bookish Beck

“This is all, ultimately, a litany of madness—the colors of it, the sounds it makes in heavy nights, the chirping of it across the shoulder of the morning.” Magic realism and mental illness fuel a swirl of disorienting but lyrical prose in this debut novel by a Nigerian–Tamil writer. Much of the story is told […]

18 Feb 19
Ralph Romero's Literature Blogs (American and Latin Reviews)

The Tree by Maria Luisa Bombal uses nature as a symbolic representation of how society has shaped its children to conform to gender roles at an early age. Bombal’s story of a child’s coming to age/acceptance forces the reader to identify with the protagonist by relating some aspects within our own childhood: forced into marital […]

18 Feb 19
envirohealth.wordpress.com

I met Ni Dongxue in 2006, in a quiet and nicely decorated gay bar through two musician friends who played in a band there. The bar is located in the city’s Moziqiao region, a popular nightlife spot. A pioneer and recognized leader in Chengdu’s gay community, the then-thirty-six-year-old Ni graduated from Beijing Teachers’ University with […]

18 Feb 19
Site Title

My name is Janaki My date of birth 3.12.97 I have completed B.A English literature

18 Feb 19
ALLNURSING PAPERS

Evaluate nursing care o Describe how you would evaluate the effectiveness of the intervention to address whether it met the planned goal of care. Written assignment: “Nursing Process applied to a Family” 2,000 words Weighting: 40 % Aim: The aim of this written assessment item is to apply the nursing process in providing family centred […]

18 Feb 19
Cesar Garcia Literature Blog

The worldview for women is very different from males’ views worldwide. Women since the early stages of life were assigned every task at home. The women had no political lever nor did they have any obligations being out of their home. They were viewed as maids. Not much as human beings. These type of action […]

18 Feb 19
Michelle's Blog

Kids who don’t understand how technology works simply just see what’s visible to them. When they tap their phones or flip a light switch for example, whatever happens next is essentially magic to them. Magic is a common theme explored in literature. For example, William Shakespeare’s play, The Tempest, revolves around Prospero and his magic. […]

18 Feb 19
Callie's Chronicles

Star Wars Jedi Academy (Sasquatch Winner) By: Jeffrey Brown Published: 2014 One Crazy Summer (Newbery Award Winner) By: Rita Williams-Garcia Published: 2010 Thank You, Mr. Falker. (Picture Book) By: Patricia Polacco Published: 1998 The Red Bicycle: The Extraordinary Story of One Ordinary Bicycle (Picture Book) By: Jude Isabella Published: 2015 The book I chose to […]

18 Feb 19
Connor @ Corner

Social epistemic cognition means an individual’s cognition and cognitive processes related to epistemic matters when situated in a social context. Many theories have proved that Human epistemic cognition can be promoted through social interactions, and can also be mediated in online environments like Internet blog (WordPress). In these few weeks, my epistemic aims have changed […]

18 Feb 19
Rory Heath

I have a question! What are the changes seen in the microbiomes of healthcare workers? Introduction We are taught from childhood to wash our hands after playing outside, before eating food or after we go to the loo. In healthcare we are taught to wash our hands at ‘the five points of contact’; before patient […]

18 Feb 19
buisness monster

The concept of product life cycle(PLC) has occupied a prominent place in the marketing literature, both as a forecasting tool and guideline for the corporate marketing strategy. In its simplest form, it serves as descriptive model of the stages of market acceptance of a product. It can thus be considered the supply view of the […]

18 Feb 19
Chase's Den

I had a wonderful experience at a friend’s house playing a recently-remade horror video game, Resident Evil 2, at his house. It reminded me of a stance I have long held: that video games are the scariest, most effective medium for horror. In rough order, horror video games hold the greatest potential to be scary, […]

18 Feb 19

[:en] (CREDIT: NATHALIE PICARD / BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL) In small doses, the anesthetic ketamine is a mildly hallucinogenic party drug known as “Special K.” In even smaller doses, ketamine relieves depression — abruptly and sometimes dramatically, steering some people away from suicidal thoughts. Studies indicate that ketamine works in 60 to 70 percent of people […]

18 Feb 19
Book After Book

Publication: 7th February 2019 – Michael Joseph Jón Eiríksson buried one wife this year. But how long can his secrets remain hidden? 1686, Iceland. A wild, isolated landscape that can swallow a man without so much as a volcanic gasp, where superstitious Icelanders are haunted by all-too-recent memories of witch trials. Rósa is leaving her […]