Book Review

Book Review: A Year in the Company of Freaks by Teresa Neumann

I took one look at the book cover and I wondered what I would be reading? A hippy, sixties book about drugs and protesting? Total surprise, the book is very different than what I thought! Yes, it is about hippies, but it is not all about drugs and protesting. The book is based in California… Continue reading Book Review: A Year in the Company of Freaks by Teresa Neumann

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Book Review of: I Attract What I Am by Melissa Dawn

I loved this book! Much of what the author wrote resonated with me. I could relate to a lot of what she wrote as I am divorced myself and have 2 kids to think about, to worry about, to support. I need to do well to support them, but I also need to have work… Continue reading Book Review of: I Attract What I Am by Melissa Dawn

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Book Review: The Nomad’s Premonition by Georges Benay

This is a great book, just like the first! Right from page one, I was hooked. I like the flow of the book, the characters, the setting... Eric Martin is trying to forget his past and the horrible experience he survived three years ago when he worked in an investment firm and found out it… Continue reading Book Review: The Nomad’s Premonition by Georges Benay

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Book Review: Nomad on the Run by Georges Benay

Nomad on the Run by Georges Benay   I have to say from the first pages I liked this book. I liked the author's writing style. I loved the storyline and I liked the characters. The book looks a little unassuming as the cover is pretty plain. The title gave me the impression the book was… Continue reading Book Review: Nomad on the Run by Georges Benay

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Back Pocket Coach by Diane Brennan and Alexandra Ross: Book Review

Book Review: A handy reference book with quick tips to remind you or prompt you with appropriate phrases to use both professionally and personally. If you think about it, we have all been in situations where we felt stuck, unheard, dissatisfied, frustrated, and felt correct communication was missing/lacking or we either gave or received feedback… Continue reading Back Pocket Coach by Diane Brennan and Alexandra Ross: Book Review

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Book Review: More Than a Soldier-One Army Ranger’s Daring Escape From the Nazis

Book Review: More Than a Soldier: One Army Ranger’s Daring Escape from the Nazis by D.M. Annechino History novels intrigue me and particularly WWII memoirs. There are many out there, but each book tells a new story, a different story. Even if two books are written on the same topic, they are never the same.… Continue reading Book Review: More Than a Soldier-One Army Ranger’s Daring Escape From the Nazis

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Seeing Double: An Elisabeth Reinhardt Novel Book Review

Book Review- Seeing Double: An Elisabeth Reinhardt Novel by Nancy J Alexander. This is a book that combines suspense, espionage, mystery, and love with a psychological twist all in one. I was intrigued because this book focuses on 'current' Middle East issues regarding civilians that are also involved in espionage for their respective countries of Israel,… Continue reading Seeing Double: An Elisabeth Reinhardt Novel Book Review