I show concerned parents who want to give their children the best start to life how to better understand their children.

11 Feb 2013

Indie book review: Through the Crimson Mirror

Helge Janssen: There is a very deep heart-felt thread that runs through “Through the Crimson Mirror” that is estimable: to heal a fractured parental world.

Daniel Alexander Dinnie’s style is down-to-earth, chatty and at times overwhelming - where the reasoning twists and turns in an array of mind paths, but with an ultimate aim: to demonstrate the way in which the intellect thinks/works, how the mind at times argues with itself and how, with the correct focus the cognitive-routes converge towards a possible solution. The process is liberal, democratic and considerate and entices the reader to keep reading...

If you are interested in reading the rest of the review you can find it here http://www.artlink.co.za/news_article.htm?contentID=31973
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And I show people who are facing difficulties that they are not alone

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