Book: “The Satanic Bible” by Anton Szandor LaVey

“The Satanic Bible” is a collection of essays, observations, and rituals published by Anton LaVey (an American author, musician, and occultist, also the founder of the Church of Satan and the religion of LaVeyan Satanism) in 1969. It is the central religious text of LaVeyan Satanism, and is considered the foundation of its philosophy and dogma. It has been described as the most important document to influence contemporary Satanism. READ MORE

Book: “The Brief Answers to the Big Questions” by Stephen Hawking

I must say that the book is well written, the language is easy and quite simple, taking into account the complexity of the cosmology. I like the way how complex things are explained with easy terms and analogies. But, I also must say, that it’s all to say about the book. With all due respect to Mr. Hawking, but I don’t buy this (theoretical) part of science. Already during READ MORE

Book: “The Complete Illustrated Kama Sutra” edited by Lance Dane

Oh my gosh… That was something I didn’t expect to happen – this book was a cultural shock for me. And of the rare books I am really disappointed about. I red this book till the end, though. First, it didn’t find any information that would approve what was said in the [latvian] abstract of the book: ‘would help men/women to learn how to control their sexual desires, instead READ MORE

Book: “The Ultra Mind Solution”, by Mark Hyman

4 years ago I read the book ‘It starts with Food: Discover the Whole 30 and Change Your Life in Unexpected Ways.” by Dallas & Melissa Hartwig. At that time, I agreed to betting – to endure in a 30-day challenge that excludes added sugars, white flour and dairy products. Back then, all these nuances about nutrition were quite unknown to me and, to some extent, made me to READ MORE

Book: “Gut: The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Underrated Organ” by Giulia Enders

My attention was drawn to the illustration of the book cover and the fact, that its author is an extremely young girl from Germany. And, of course, the topic as such – the intestines. As many people have said already, the book is easy to read, with pleasant humor and associations that easily explains complicated things. Much of what is happening in the digestive system, I have heard, read READ MORE

Book: ‘Meža meitas. 12 sievietes par dzīvi mājās, mežā, cietumā’* by Sanita Reinsone

*If you translate the title of the book to English, it would be something like this: “Daughters of woods. 12 women about their life at home, in forest, in prison”. This is not a book about magical ferries living in woods. It’s a book with ruthless, truth stories from the lives of those woman who were by different reasons ‘forced’ to go to live/hide in forests of Latvia. Each READ MORE

Book: ‘Customer Success’ by Nick Mehta, Dan Steinman, Lincoln Murphy and Maria Martinez

As I was joining the new world called “Customer Success”, I definitely had to understand it. The book confirmed that I have already been halfway in the Customer Success field, therefore, I already had half of the understanding of what it is and what it means. Based on a great example, this book nicely describes all aspects that are related, necessary to understand and vital to execute, for the READ MORE