Quotes From Books | Summaries
The Autobiography of Malcolm X is a joint work of the journalist Alex Haley and Malcolm X over a period of several years.
If you have low self-esteem and feel stuck at a point beyond your ability, the book, The Secret, will lift your morale and change your thinking
When Breath Becomes Air is a memoir written by the late neuroscientist Paul Kalanithi. Kalanithi died with terminal cancer at the age of 37.
How to Lie with Statistics, written by Darrel Huff, was first published in 1954. The book is more than relevant
The Handmaid’s Tale is a dystopian novel by Canadian author Margaret Atwood, originally published in 1985.
In 1984, Winston Smith, the main Character, lives in Victory Mansions, an apartment for Outer Party members in what used to be London
Believe it or not, reading a few books can have a seismic impact on life. Books have the secret power
Written by V.S. Naipaul and published in 1967, The Mimic Men is about the life of Ralph Singh,
Written by John Howard Griffin, Black Like Me is a nonfiction book that explores the condition of racial justice
Reading and writing are a very important part of learning how to become a better writer. For newbies who have no idea where they should start
Johannes Gutenberg, a German goldsmith and inventor from the 1400’s singlehandedly revolutionized the activity of reading
The first line of a book is for many writers the most important one. Very often, the first sentence in a novel gives us the feeling that it is too late
If you do not read, you simply do not have the tools to write. Reading is the most important training a budding author can get. Reading different books
The old book has seen better days. It was my father’s dictionary. The Winston Dictionary College edition, 1957 published
Finding happiness in this chaotic world might seem difficult, but it isn’t completely impossible. Happiness depends upon a person’s perspective about life situations.