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In this blog post, I want to share with you a powerful quote from one of the most influential leaders of the 20th century, Sir Winston Churchill. He said, "Success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm." What does this mean? . It means that we should not give up or lose hope when we face difficulties, but rather see them as opportunities to learn and improve. This quote is a great reminder for anyone who wants to achieve their goals and dreams, like me. It teaches us that failure is not something to be feared or avoided, but rather embraced and overcome. It inspires us to keep moving forward, no matter what obstacles we encounter. I hope this quote resonates with you as much as it does with me.
Yuri and the Treasure box by emma ugarelli
Yuri and the Treasure Box by Emma Ugarelli
I am delighted to share with you some of the amazing reviews that my children's book Yuri and the Treasure Box has received.
I appreciate your time and effort in writing these reviews. Your feedback is important to me and helps me improve my work. I am glad that you and your children enjoyed reading my book.
This is a blog post I wrote to share my thoughts on the current state of information overload and its effects on society. I hope you find it interesting and useful.
Some people might call this era a new dark age, not because of a lack of information, but rather because of an excess and overload of it. Information of all kinds and qualities reaches every corner of the world in an instant, and we are not shielded from the harm that this constant bombardment of information does to humanity. People do not process the information that they receive. They do not have time to step back and analyze it, because they are overwhelmed with information, and they act like passive receivers of it. This information increases anxiety, fear, conflict, division, bias, phobia, distrust, and isolation. There are the extremists who think that only they are right, the radicals, and they do not listen to each other, they do not hear and understand that things are not black and white. The intolerance, the disrespect, the egocentrism all increases disproportionately on this dark age. But not for lack of information, because we have more information available than ever before, but for having too much of it and being unable to process and analyze it. We judge others and we can destroy someone's reputation because they do not believe in what we believe. We idolize people who do not share our values, even if our values or beliefs are proven wrong. It does not matter because some "celebrities" are doing that.
Addressing these challenges requires a multi-faceted approach, including media literacy education, critical thinking skills, fostering open dialogue, and encouraging a more balanced consumption of information. It's important for individuals to be aware of their information consumption habits and to actively seek out diverse perspectives to gain a more comprehensive understanding of complex issues. Society as a whole can also benefit from promoting empathy, respectful discourse, and recognition of the nuances that shape our worldviews.
A five stars Book
Unintended Target is the first book of the series written by D.L Wood. This suspense novel follows a travel photojournalist, Chloe; she decides that the best way to cope with the death of her twin brother, a computer genius, is to take an assignment on a Caribbean island. Still, she does not know that her brother's mistakes will follow her to the Caribbean. Somebody was trying to kill her. Fortunately, she meets Jack, a New York professor who also has come to the island to escape. A series of incidents happened until a murder occurred, and they were framed. With her new friend's help, she needs to escape the island as her only choice and find out what is going on. This is an excellent plot with suspense and adventure. One very surprising point is that it is a Christian book. I was a little skeptical about how you will balance the mystery and the Christian belief and not lose the readers' interest, but this book keeps your interest until the end. I am reading book two. #rading #books #bookstagram #books
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"When murder comes home" is the first book of the murder mysteries series of Aileen and Callan. Aileen Mackinnon wanted a change, so she ditched her job to return home to Loch Fuar in the Scottish highland to do something she never did, as an amateur innkeeper at her grandmother's Inn. After the shock that caused her to see her beloved Inn in ruins and face some renovations, she booked ten interesting guests who supposedly did not know each other; little did she know that among them, there was a murderer. An intrigued detective Callan is the one to investigate the murder of one of the guests, and the suspect has to be one of them. The town is in shock. There have not been murders for years, and then another murder occurred. Which one is the murderer, and why? Detective Callan investigates the murders; although he initially refuses Aileen's help, he finally accepts that he could need her help and expertise.
After a slow start, the pace increases, making the story enjoyable with different and intricate characters.
I look forward to reading the second book and learning more about Aileen and Detective Callan.
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Writer's quote by emma ugarelli
Franz Kafka, was a short story writer based in Prague. Regarded as one of the major figures of 20th century literature.
This quote inspires me to write from my heart and share my true self with the world. It tells me that writing is not about copying or imitating others but about finding my own voice and following my soul. It urges me to express what I am passionate about. #writer #reading #writerofinstagram #books #bookstagram
Lou and his Mane by emma ugarelli
I am delighted to share these wonderful reviews of my children's book with you all.
Thank you for taking the time to write the reviews. I value your feedback and use it to enhance my work. I am happy that you and your children had a pleasant reading experience with my book. I appreciate your support.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on July 11, 2023 Lou and his Mane is a cute story for young children. Lou wakes up to find his mane is gone! He is brave and asks others to help him. Sometimes asking for help can be hard for kids, so this is great that it shows even though Lou is embarrassed, he is willing to still ask for help. His friends also really show good friendship by helping him search. Once Lou finds his mane, he also shows grace to another. The illustrations are also so great! Pre-school aged kids will love this book.
5.0 out of 5 stars A must-read story about the importance and power of friendship! Reviewed in the United States ?? on July 3, 2023 “Lou and his Mane” is the sweet and delightful story about the power of friendship. Lou runs into a predicament and is thrown into a bit of a panic until his incredibly loyal friends calm his fears. It is quite moving to see a lion, the king of the jungle, relying on the unwavering support of a giraffe, snake, monkey and crocodile to see him through his trouble. “Lou and his Mane” reminds readers young and old of the importance of trusted friends. Highly recommended!
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Kids in books are awesome! They can teach c and make feel good about ourselves, especially if we see kids who look like us or have similar experiences. But not all books are nice to kids. Some books show kids in a bad way like they are mean or different just because of how they look or where they come from. That can hurt the kids who read those books or the kids who are in those books. So, when we write or pick books for kids, we must be smart and careful. We need to make sure the books are about the story and the actions, not the looks of the kids unless they show all kinds of kids in a good way.
We can help kids be happy and strong, but we can also mess them up if we're not careful.
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Emma Ugarelli is my name. I grew up in Lima, Peru and immigrated to Canada two decades ago. I have a Psychology degree from Peru, and I worked as a psychologist for fifteen years. In Canada, I pursued Early Childhood Education and I have been a daycare provider for the last twenty years. I became a writer in 2021 when I published my first children's book "Lou and his Mane". I reside in Kitsilano, Vancouver, with my family and cat Ricky.