Category Archive: Book Reviews

Feb 20

Declutter Your Life by Gill Hasson Book Review

Declutter Your Life: How Outer Order Leads to Inner Calm By Gill Hasson Decluttering has gone beyond a trend. We constantly want less in a consumeristic world that always thrusts more upon us. This book by Gill Hasson is like her other books: easy to read, informative and entertaining. It tells you not only how …

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Feb 14

MIND YOUR LANGUAGE: HARNESSING THE POWER OF THE SPOKEN WORD TO SPARK POSITIVE LIFELONG CHANGE

By James Carré-Rice For better or worse our potential is shaped, and indeed kept in check, by the things we believe about ourselves. Let me give you an example of how this is plays out. Many years ago, while serving time in Borstal, an officer took us outside to play football on the yard. Then, …

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Feb 13

JANE CABLE REVIEWS: THE LAST DAY by CLAIRE DYER

  This is a clever book on so many levels. Just as you are settling in with the characters Claire Dyer throws a curve ball which grips you and makes it impossible not to read on. Vita, Boyd and Honey are not a love triangle. They can’t be; Vita got over Boyd years ago, but …

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Feb 01

Why do women love thrillers?

From the international bestseller The Girl on the Train to last year’s The Breakdown, the psychological thriller has become society’s favourite means of escape – and women have long made up the majority of readers. But their appetite for crime and suspense is no mystery, writes Rex Richards. When it comes to literary thrill-seekers, women …

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Jan 22

What Everyone Needs to Know about Tax: An Introduction to the UK Tax System Book Review

What Everyone Needs to Know about Tax: An Introduction to the UK Tax System By James Hannam immediately caught my eye. Sure I have an interest in finance and the workings of the society that we live in, but I have always been interested in tax. Now tax is a good thing; it is how …

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Jan 19

Natural Solutions for Dementia and Alzheimer’s, Your 7 Step Brain Protection Plan

I have read a few books by Dr Marilyn Glenville, and we also feature her articles on Frost sometimes. She is a woman who really knows her stuff. I greatly enjoy her writing and her new book Natural Solutions for Dementia and Alzheimer’s, Your 7 Step Brain Protection Plan is one of her best books …

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Jan 12

Girls Who Code: Learn to Code and Change the World By Reshma Saujani

Getting women into STEM is a passion of Frost Magazine. We need more girls who code and Reshma Saujani has founded the leading international movement to close the tech gender gap. By 2020 1.4 million jobs will be open in computing fields in the US alone, yet only about 30% of them will be filled with …

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Jan 08

How to Win at Feminism Reductress Interview And Book Review

How did you come up with the idea of Reductress?   Sarah: We were both writing and performing sketch comedy, and realized there was a lack of spaces for women to create comedy for and about us. Then Beth came to me with the idea for a fake women’s magazine, and we were happy to …

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