Posts Tagged “relationships”

Effective Habits: Stephen R. Covey

by gribi on March 28, 2013

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is another book I was skeptical about, just like The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, and for the same reason: how can a person claim they know the exact number of habits that (…)

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To-Read in 2013

by gribi on January 10, 2013

I’ve not always planned a to-read list at the begining of the year. Having enjoyed it thoroughly last year – and having been able to go back to it when wondering what book to read next – I’ve decided to (…)

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The Best Book I Read Last Year

by gribi on April 25, 2012

Here’s a question a friend asked me on Goodreads: what was your favourite book for the last year? I rummaged through my collection of books read in 2011, sorted them out in good and better, and made a choice. A (…)

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Reader, I Married Him

by gribi on October 12, 2011

Dear fellow bookworms, you’re very own gribook host is now married to a wonderful, wonderful man. We’ve had a fabulous wedding, with exceptionally dear and generous guests. Our honeymoon was nothing but pure bliss and now we’re back and settling (…)

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Not Judging a Book by Its Name

by gribi on August 24, 2011

If given the chance, I would change the name of this book. Time has come for another post on a pre-marital guidance book. In case you’re bored with this series by now, please don’t give up on reading. A time (…)

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The DNA of Relationships

by gribi on August 19, 2011

I have a hunch that I will read this book again. One, because it was a Valentine’s Day gift from my beloved fiancé. (Please forgive the mush, but I have to be honest, don’t I? ) Second, because it has improved (…)

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Getting Married: Prep Book #1

by gribi on July 18, 2011

  A bookworm is proposed marriage by the world’s most awesome guy. A bookworm accepts – whole-heartedly so. A bookworm puts the diamond ring on, cries for joy and can’t believe how very blessed she is. What next? Yes. A (…)

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