Book Review: Lost by Natasha Preston

*post may contain affiliate links  Title:  The Lost Author:  Natasha Preston Release Date:  April 2, 2019 Publisher:  Sourcebooks Fire Source:  NetGalley In Piper’s hometown, teenagers keep disappearing, and everyone assumes they’re just a bunch of runaways. But when yet another person disappears, Piper and her best friend Hazel suspect something more sinister is going on. So they decide to investigate, determined to learn the truth. Their search for answers leads them to the source of …

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Mini Review: Say Goodbye To Survival Mode

Say Goodbye to Survival Mode by Crystal Paine Synopsis Packed with straightforward solutions you’ll use today and inspirational stories you’ll remember for years, Say Goodbye to Survival Mode is a must for any woman who’s ever longed for the freedom to enjoy life, not just survive it. (Goodreads) Quick Take Felt a little betrayed by this book as I wasn’t expecting such a large Christian message woven throughout. I don’t mind religious talk in a …

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Blog Tour: Little is Left to Tell by Steven Hendricks

Title:  Little is Left to Tell Author:  Steven HendricksRelease Date:  October 7, 2014Publisher:  Starcherone Books Source:  Review copy received from TLC Book Tours Readers enter a narrative rabbit hole through bedtime stories that Mr. Fin, a man with dementia, conjures for his long-lost son.  Virginia the Wolf writes her last novel to lure her daughter home.  A rabbit named Hart Crane must eat words to speak, while passing zeppelins drop bombs.  Mr. Fin tries to …

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Book Review: I See You Made an Effort by Annabelle Gurwitch

I See You Made an Effort by Annabelle Gurwitch Annabelle Gurwitch the humorist The Washington Post calls hilarious and O, The Oprah Magazine slyly subversive returns with a wickedly funny new book chronicling the vicissitudes of turning 50. The panic began to set in when Annabelle Gurwitch turned 49. Suddenly, new and pernicious health problems began to plague her, solicitations from the AARP began flooding her mailbox, and a marriage proposal on Twitter was abruptly …

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Book Review: Paleo Cookbook for Dummies

Paleo Cookbook for Dummies by Dr. Kellyann Petrucci The fast and easy way to enjoy a Paleo diet. The Paleo movement is one of the hottest diet and healthy-eating approaches, as people discover an appealing and sustainable alternative to the restrictive diets that lead to burnout and failed weight loss efforts. This modern-day take on an ancient diet–which excludes dairy, processed foods, and refined sugar–has helped thousands of people lose weight and keep it off. …

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Book Review: Joe Is Online

Joe Is Online by Chris Wimpress Source:  eBook provided by the author for review In 1997 a 13 year-old boy with no friends called Joe went online. He decided the offline world was too harsh be real. With the help of an internet psychic called Magda Magenta, Joe unleashes a series of co-ordinated attacks on the world, beginning online and spreading into the offline world. He develops an online cult populated by people who’ve also …

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Mini-Review: Eat That Frog

Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy Source:  Public Library Rating:  2/5 With the pace of life increasing at a record rate, performing at peak levels while avoiding overload is more crucial than ever. In Eat That Frog! Brian Tracy offers his most successful strategies for focusing on important tasks. The philosophy of eating a frog doing a distasteful job or activity is the basis of the book. (Goodreads) My Thoughts:This book just didn’t work for …

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Book Review: Sea Clearwater by Selene Cardenas

Paperback: 182 pages Publisher: Infinity Publishing (October 16, 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: 0741455625 ISBN-13: 978-0741455628 Rating:  2/5Source:  Review copy provided by Author Marketing Experts, Inc.  Book Blurb:Thirteen year old Sea Clearwater discovers fourteen year old Thomas Saise, helping unravel the truth of her identity. Join them as they battle the evil Eric Shade, ruler of black benders. In addition to learning fighting skills as a water bender, Sea gains a greater understanding of a life …

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Book Review: Manufactured Identity by Heath Sommer

Manufactured Identity by Heath SommerPaperback: 305 pages Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises (June 23, 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: 1606965506 ISBN-13: 978-1606965504 Rating: 2/5Source: Author Heath Sommer Book Blurb:Months after his mysterious disappearance from a routine fishing trip, no one really expects over-the-hill Texas housewife Lory Latchley to find her missing husband – especially her husband. The Manufactured Identity is clinical psychologist Heath Sommer’s ever-escalating immersion into the world of unlikely friends who each awaken to …

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