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Six Types of Pagan Book Reviews to Stop Writing Immediately Patheos
Pagans, polytheists and occultists might be the People of the Library, but if certain book-selling websites are anything to go by, we're also the People of the ...
Briefly Noted Book Reviews The New Yorker
Milk of Paradise, by Lucy Inglis (Pegasus). This sweeping history explores our millennia-long relationship with Papaver somniferum, the opium poppy. Prized in ...
The Week in Books The New York Times
The lives of Supreme Court justices, a poet's treacherous trip to El Salvador, Mueller-related reading and more.
Book Review: 'Giraffes On Horseback Salad' NPR
When Salvador DalĂ met Harpo Marx, he was so infatuated that he wrote a treatment for a surreal Marx Brothers film, Giraffes on Horseback Salad. The film didn't ...
Book Review: 'Lot,' By Bryan Washington NPR
Bryan Washington's debut story collection brings the Texas city to life in all its struggle and imperfect glory.
'Kushner, Inc.' Adds Little To The Canon On Jared And Ivanka NPR
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump were once seen as moderating influences within the White House. A new book by longtime Vanity Fair journalist Vicky Ward, ...
'What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Blacker' Is A Powerful Look At One Black Man's Life NPR
For Damon Young â writer, critic, humorist, and the co-founder and editor-in -chief of VerySmartBrothas â being black in America is to "exist in a ceaseless ...
Book Review: 'Small Town Hearts,' By Lillie Vale NPR
Before Lillie Vale's Small Town Hearts even began, I was struck by the dedication: "To anyone who ever needed a second chance." I'm a sucker for a good ...
Book Review: 'Little Boy,' By Lawrence Ferlinghetti NPR
As he approaches his 100th birthday, the legendary Beat poet and publisher has a new book. Billed as his "literary last will and testament," Little Boy is part ...
The Life of Sandra Day OâConnor The New York Times
Evan Thomas talks about âFirst,â his new biography of O'Connor, and Mitchell S. Jackson discusses âSurvival Math.â
Book Review: 'The Border,' By Don Winslow NPR
Don Winslow's sprawling, operatic epic about the War on Drugs has some flaws, but it does the same thing Shakespeare's histories did: It simplifies current ...
Book reviews of the week Financial Times
From a trip on the 100th birthday of a Beat poet to a prose poem heralding the beauty of spring, here is a sampling of the best books of the week. Works on a ...
Book Review: 'The Bird King,' By G. Willow Wilson NPR
G. Willow Wilson's luminous new novel is set during the last days of Muslim Granada, and follows a royal concubine and her mapmaker friend as they flee the ...
Books: Betsy Kepes reviews three Adirondack thrillers North Country Public Radio
The Adirondack Park contains six million acres, mostly forest. If you were a thriller writer and wanted to write a book set in the Adirondacks, how would you use ...
Laila Lalami: By the Book The New York Times
The author, most recently, of the novel âThe Other Americansâ first read Zora Neale Hurston five years ago: âI was knocked out by her eye for detail.â What books ...
Wallace-Wells, Rich Talk Climate Change In 'Uninhabitable Earth,' 'Losing Earth' NPR
David Wallace-Wells' The Uninhabitable Earth and Nathaniel Rich's Losing Earth offer valuable perspectives on climate change â if we're committed to being ...
The Last of the Stanfields by Marc Levy Authorlink
London, England: Eleanor-Rigby Donovan's family life is fun, yet when she receives an anonymous letter it upsets everything. The letter writer alleges that ...
6 New Paperbacks You Should Read Right Now Vulture
The best new paperback books of February 2019 include novels and books about Caddyshack and Prince and titles from Lorrie Moore and Hallie Butler.
11 New Books We Recommend This Week The New York Times
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Book Review: 'The Devil's Daughter,' By Lisa Kleypas NPR
Lisa Kleypas mashes up two of her romance sagas â the Regency-era Wallflowers and the Victorian Ravenels â in a delightful story about a sheltered widow ...
Book Review: 'Gingerbread,' By Helen Oyeyemi NPR
Helen Oyeyemi played with fairy tale ideas in the past; her new novel takes off from "Hansel and Gretel" for the story of a mother, a daughter and a mysteriously ...
Book Review: 'The Raven Tower,' By Ann Leckie NPR
Ann Leckie's new fantasy novel is packed with family intrigue, throne-room maneuvering and nods to Hamlet in its story of a son who comes home to find his ...
Comic Book Reviews for This Week: 3/20/2019 Comicbook.com
Welcome to this week in comic book reviews! The staff have come together to read and review nearly everything that released today. It isn't totally ...
Book Review: 'The Night Witches,' By Garth Ennis And Russ Braun NPR
Garth Ennis' new graphic novel creates a fictional character to flesh out the stories of the real Night Witches, Soviet female pilots who dropped bombs on the ...
'The Trial Of Lizzie Borden' Adds Fodder To The Murder Case's Mystery NPR
Who killed the Bordens more than 100 years ago remains unsolved. Like a lawyer, author Cara Robertson lays the facts and evidence before us, occasionally ...
12 New Books to Watch for in March The New York Times
Preet Bharara on justice, a chronicle of gun violence in Chicago, a grown-up fairy tale and more.
Book Review: 'The Volunteer,' By Salvatore Scibona NPR
Salvatore Scibona's new novel is a generational saga, an epic of Vietnam and other places rendered in language that makes even simple things sound mythic.
'The Lost Gutenberg' Traces One Bible's 500-Year Journey NPR
The depth of Margaret Leslie Davis' research on the tome's history cannot be understated â her writing is straightforward and, at times, heartbreaking, but ...
'Sing To It' Is Worth The Wait NPR
Fans of Amy Hempel have gotten used to waiting. In the 34 years since her debut book, Reasons to Live, was published, the short story writer has released just ...
Book Review: 'Vacuum In The Dark,' By Jen Beagin NPR
Jen Beagin is a wonderfully funny writer with a knack for serious subjects. Her exuberant new novel follows a young house cleaner who grew up too fast and is ...
Book Review: 'We Set The Dark On Fire,' By Tehlor Kay Mejia NPR
Tehlor Kay Mejia's debut novel We Set the Dark on Fire is set at a posh girls' school in a dystopian world where the students are being trained for lives as ...
âTen Caesarsâ Book Review: Ambition, Cunning and Cruelty Wall Street Journal
The author of 'Churchill: Walking With Destiny' reviews a bloody, top-down history of the Roman Empire.
Isaac Mizrahi on His New Memoir The New York Times
The fashion designer discusses âI.M.,â and David McCraw talks about âTruth in Our Times.â
Looking Back at âA Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Geniusâ The New York Times
In his 2000 memoir, âA Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius,â Dave Eggers becomes the steward of his brother after their parents die within weeks of each ...
Book Review: 'Dead Men's Trousers,' By Irvine Welsh NPR
Irvine Welsh catches up with Renton, Begbie, Sick Boy and Spud â now middle aged and gone their separate ways â for what he says is the last installment in ...
From Triumph To Tragedy, 'First' Tells Story Of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor NPR
First is unlike any other book written about the justice. Evan Thomas breaks new ground with extraordinary access to O'Connor, her papers, journals â and ...
Best Shots Reviews: GLOW #1, BAD LUCK CHUCK #1, FALLEN WORLD #1 Newsarama
GLOW #1. Written by Tini Howard Art by Hannah Templer and Rebecca Nalty Lettering by Christa Meisner Published by IDW Publishing Review by David ...
Helen Oyeyemi is up to her old tricks in the dark, nutty Gingerbread: EW review - Entertainment Weekly News
Helen Oyeyemi is up to her old tricks in the dark, nutty Gingerbread: EW review Entertainment Weekly News
The author of 'Boy, Snow, Bird' and 'What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours' returns with another wildly inventive story.
Book Review: 'The True Queen,' By Zen Cho NPR
Zen Cho's followup to her Regency fantasy of manners Sorceror to the Crown builds solidly on the world she's invented, mixing historical froth with real ...
A Gripping Political Mystery in Northern Ireland The New York Times
Patrick Radden Keefe talks about âSay Nothing,â and Frans de Waal discusses âMama's Last Hug: Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us About Ourselves.â
Book Review: The Right Side of History, by Ben Shapiro Patheos
Ben Shapiro explores how the West was lost, and how it might be found again.
Book Review: 'Pocahontas And The English Boys,' By Karen Ordahl Kupperman NPR
Historian Karen Ordahl Kupperman shines a new light on Pocahontas, showing how she made her way as a go-between for her two cultures, and introducing us ...
Book Review: 'The Wolf And The Watchman' By Niklas Natt Och Dag NPR
Niklas Natt och Dag's new novel is both ornate period piece â set in the grit and grime of late-18th-century Stockholm â and riveting murder mystery starring a ...
A Road-Paving Job Takes On a Sinister Allure in Dave Eggersâs New Novel The New York Times
The author's eighth novel, âThe Parade,â is a parable-like story featuring two unnamed men on assignment in an unnamed country in the wake of a civil war.
Helen Oyeyemiâs âGingerbreadâ recipe: Fairy tales with a dash of surrealism - The Washington Post
Helen Oyeyemiâs âGingerbreadâ recipe: Fairy tales with a dash of surrealism The Washington Post
The Nigerian-born author offers a challenging, mind-bending exploration of class and female power.
NPR's March Romance Book Roundup, By Maya Rodale NPR
True love finds a way amid food trucks, ice skates and ... knife throwing? In other words, March is just another month in Romancelandia, and we've got three ...
In 'Solitary,' Determination And Humanity Win Over Injustice NPR
Albert Woodfox's timely account of his wrongful conviction and time in solitary confinement shows that some spirits are unbreakable; it should be required ...
Book Review: 'The Club,' By Takis WĂŒrger NPR
German author Takis WĂŒrger's debut novel, a thriller about a secret society at Cambridge University, also tackles hot-button issues of privilege and toxic ...
Greg Iles bounced back from a catastrophic car crash with a monumental trilogy. Heâs not done. - The Washington Post
Greg Iles bounced back from a catastrophic car crash with a monumental trilogy. Heâs not done. The Washington Post
Cemetery Roadâ is an absorbing crime story and an exploration of grief, betrayal and small-town corruption.
Woke: A Guide to Social Justice by Titiana McGrath : Book reviews 2019 Chortle
It's a book that Piers Morgan describes as 'absolutely hilarious', which should serve as a massive red flag. And certainly the first book from Titania McGrath â by ...
A Cosmic Being Dies in Yoga Class. Then Things Get Really Weird. The New York Times
Kathryn Davis's novel âThe Silk Roadâ is full of provocative mysteries: Are its characters many or one? Where are they going? Have they witnessed a murder?
Lawrence Ferlinghetti is about to turn 100, and he hasnât mellowed. At all. The Washington Post
More than 60 years ago, Lawrence Ferlinghetti wrote,. I am anxiously waiting. for the secret of eternal life to be discovered. By most counts, he seems to have ...
Frans de Waal Embraces Animal Emotions in âMamaâs Last Hugâ The New York Times
In his new book, the renowned ethnologist argues that emotions are key to understanding both human and animal behavior.
âThe Wallâ imagines the wall of Donald Trumpâs dreams The Washington Post
John Lanchester's new novel, âThe Wall,â sounds like the best-timed book of the year. It arrives smack dab in the heat of a constitutional crisis over President ...
Baltimore mayor's $500K book deal draws intense criticism The Associated Press
BALTIMORE (AP) â A search is underway in Maryland for "Healthy Holly" â not a fugitive or a missing citizen, but a self-published children's book series ...
Shazam! review: pure comic book magic Polygon
Shazam! is the latest in Warner Bros.' DC Films Universe. Based on the character once known as Captain Marvel, the David F. Sandberg-directed film stars ...
An Intimate Portrait of Sandra Day OâConnor, First Woman on the Supreme Court - The New York Times
An Intimate Portrait of Sandra Day OâConnor, First Woman on the Supreme Court The New York Times
First: Sandra Day O'Connor,â by Evan Thomas, is a richly detailed life of the pathbreaking justice.
Horizon by Barry Lopez review â nature in the raw The Guardian
Reading Barry Lopez is a religious experience, and that's not meant entirely as a compliment. His great devotional paean to the light and landscape of the far, ...
White Women Were Avid Slaveowners, a New Book Shows The New York Times
In âThey Were Her Property,â the historian Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers uncovers âhitherto hidden relationships among gender, slavery and capitalism.â
'Spies Of No Country' Offers Nuanced Understanding Of Israel's Complexity NPR
For half a decade, Matti Friedman has been working hard, and publicly, to dispel easy narratives about Israel. In his book about four spies, he aims to show that ...
Book Review: Mitchell S. Jackson's 'Survival Math' Is A Brilliant Memoir In Essays NPR
The biggest challenge in describing Mitchell S. Jackson's Survival Math: Notes on an All-American Family is whether to be appropriately effusive and risk ...
The Truth Is Hard. But for a New York Times Lawyer, Defending It Is Fun. The New York Times
In his review, Preet Bharara calls David McCraw's âTruth in Our Timesâ a behind-the-scenes look at the newspaper's legal battles with the Trump administration ...
What 'The Heavens'? This Extraordinary New Book Feels Like 5 Novels In One NPR
Sandra Newman tells the story of a woman whose recurring dream feels increasingly real. The Heavens is historical fiction, time traveling fantasy, political ...
For many poor students, the Ivy League is culture shock The Washington Post
Their joyous YouTube videos go viral: poor kids getting accepted into Ivy League colleges. We see them crying, dancing, screaming, and we assume these ...
Georgia OâKeeffe, Alfred Stieglitz and the artists they inspired The Washington Post
Foursome,â by Carolyn Burke, looks at the tangled weave of personal and professional ambitions among two artistic couples.
Book Review: 'A Friend Is A Gift You Give Yourself,' By William Boyle NPR
William Boyle's A Friend is a Gift You Give Yourself is a gem of idiomatic dialogue. Every character has a unique voice and every conversation is a polyrhythmic ...
Book Review: 'Man-Eaters Vol. 1,' By Chelsea Cain NPR
Even if it didn't happen to be about preteen girls turning into enormous, slavering, murderous panthers, Man-Eaters would still be a remarkable comic. Though ...
White womenâs long-overlooked complicity in the brutality of slaveholding The Washington Post
George White spent his childhood in slavery in Virginia and had firsthand experience of the behavior of plantation âmistresses,â the counterparts of slave-owning ...
The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells review â our terrifying future The Guardian
Enough to induce a panic attack ... a brutal portrait of climate change and our future lives on Earth. But we have the tools to avoid it.
Group Biographies Give Trailblazing Historical Women Their Due The New York Times
From George Eliot and Mary Shelley to Joan of Arc and Coco Chanel, female icons from centuries past take the spotlight in three new books.
Frans de Waal's New Book 'Mama's Last Hug' Makes Case That Animals Have Emotions NPR
In his new book, primate behavior researcher Frans de Waal writes that "emotions are everywhere in the animal kingdom, from fish to birds to insects and even ...
'Our History Is The Future' Puts Standing Rock In Broader Native American Story NPR
In his new book, Nick Estes points a way forward, with solidarity and without sentimentality, to an idea of Indigenous land alive with ancestry and renewal.
'Long Live The Tribe Of Fatherless Girls' Is Compassionate, Without Being Apologetic NPR
In exposing the bad and ugly of girlhood alongside the good, T Kira Madden has succeeded in creating a mirror of larger concerns, even as her own story is ...
'Say Nothing' Is A Panoramic History Of Northern Ireland's Troubles NPR
Patrick Radden Keefe's new book begins with the 1972 disappearance of a 38-year-old widowed mother in Belfast, then spins into an epic account of Northern ...
Winter Soldier #4: âŠRun, NOW! Comic Watch
Rj is a kid who has been alone most of his life, was brought in my Hydra to be a trained killer. The first target is Bucky Barnes. Bucky saves the kid; RJ is starting ...
In Y.A., Where Is the Line Between Criticism and Cancel Culture? The New Yorker
Katy Waldman on recent controversies involving the subjects, framing, and *content* of young-adult novels, including âA Place for Wolves,â by Kosoko Jackson, ...
The âEnigmaâ Who Is the Chief Justice of the United States The New York Times
Joan Biskupic's âThe Chiefâ examines John Roberts's life and his career on the Supreme Court.
Funny Man paints Mel Brooks as a credit hog and 'deadbeat dad': EW review - Entertainment Weekly News
Funny Man paints Mel Brooks as a credit hog and 'deadbeat dad': EW review Entertainment Weekly News
Mel Brooks doesn't much care for critics, or âcrickets,â as he calls them. âThey chirp and make noise,â said the director of The Producers and Blazing Saddles, ...
Spring by Ali Smith review â luminous and generous The Guardian
The third book in Ali Smith's seasonal quartet is her best yet, a dazzling hymn to hope, uniting the past and present.
Siri Hustvedt's Memories of the Future bursts with rage at the patriarchy The Independent
At the tail end of the 1970s, a young writer with the initials SH moves from the wilds of Minnesota into a tiny apartment in grimy, violent New York, where she ...
The best recent crime and thrillers â review roundup The Guardian
Kill [redacted] by Anthony Good; The Guilty Party by Mel McGrath; The Mobster's Lament by Ray Celestin; Casanova and the Faceless Woman by Olivier ...
âTen Caesarsâ demystifies the past Christian Science Monitor
Barry Strauss' more or less explicit model is the Roman historian Suetonius, who wrote 2000 years ago and whose book famously profiled 12 caesars instead of ...
The Radical Style of Andrea Dworkin The New Yorker
Some of Andrea Dworkin's beliefs have fallen out of fashion, but her writing remains a model for enacting politics on the page, Lauren Oyler writes.
Oops! Famously Scathing Reviews of Classic Books From The Timesâs Archive The New York Times
âShall we frankly declare that, after the most deliberate consideration of Mr. Darwin's arguments, we remain unconvinced?â ...
Yiyun Li: Where Reasons End | Bookworm | Book Reviews & Author Interviews | KCRW kcrw.com
In Yiyun Li's Where Reasons End, a mother discovers a place where she can talk to her son who committed suicide.
'Adventures Of The GST Man' India's First Comic Book On GST - Review Live Law
A comic is the last thing that comes to one's mind while looking for a tool to help understand a new and complex tax law like Goods and Services Tax (GST).
William Gibson's 'Idoru': Tokyo sci-fi becomes full-blown reality The Japan Times
The second novel in William Gibson's âBridgeâ trilogy, sees its protagonist, Colin Laney, an intuitive recognition sifter of information patterns, in the *service* of a ...
How the Mind-Body Connection Is Rewiring Our Politics The New York Times
In âNervous States,â William Davies says profound uncertainty and heightened alertness have encouraged us to approach politics as a matter of instinct rather ...
Tony Stark Iron Man #9: With a Heart of Steel Comic Watch
Dan Slott along with Jim Zub are working on a 9 cylinder engine in this extremely compact issue. Tony is stuck in a stiff and lightweight virtual reality version of ...
Shazam! Review IGN
By Jim Vejvoda This is a spoiler-free advance review. Shazam! opens April 5 in the US and UK and April 4 in Australia. Shazam! is DC's most joyful and sweet ...
The Most-Read Book Reviews of 2018 Publishers Weekly
We review more than 8000 books per year, and these were the 10 most-read reviews of books published in 2018.
How The Times Avoids Conflicts of Interest in Book Reviews The New York Times
Pamela Paul and two other editors of The New York Times Book Review explain how they use the section's long tradition as a âpolitical Switzerlandâ to try to ...
Pet Sematary 30th Anniversary special edition Blu-ray review Entertainment Focus
With the excitement building towards next month's hotly anticipated remake, there is no better time to reacquaint yourself with the original adaptation of Pet ...
How The New York Times Book Review Chooses Its Reviewers New York Times
Stephen King, a recent Times reviewer, wrote back in 30 seconds and was a âdreamâ to edit. It's not always that easy.
Christopher Lehmann-Hauptâs Most Memorable Book Reviews The New York Times
Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, the influential critic who died earlier this week, wrote some 4,000 reviews and essays during his three-decade tenure covering ...
EU uncovered - David Murphy reviews The Capital RTE.ie
The European Union impacts on life in Ireland as never before. But how much do we really know about how it works? The Capital by Robert Menasse uses ...
Book Review: 'Lost Children Archive,' By Valeria Luiselli NPR
Valeria Luiselli's twist on the great American road trip novel follows a family with two children on a grim odyssey through the Southwest, a vision of a country ...
Book Review: 'Bangkok Wakes To Rain,' By Pitchaya Sudbanthad NPR
Pitchaya Sudbanthad's novel, Bangkok Wakes to Rain, opens with a woman of indeterminate age ("She is a child or a few thousand years old. Would it ever ...
Book Review: 'EnchantĂ©e,' By Gita Trelease NPR
Gita Trelease's new novel follows a young woman trying to support her family in Paris on the eve of the French Revolution, using trickery and a little real magic to ...
What's behind a recent rise in books coverage? Columbia Journalism Review
If it occasionally feels like nobody reads books, anymoreâthat we are indeed witnessing the slow death of the literary novel, and the rapid decline of leisure ...
Book Review: Money Without Matrimony
MONEY WITHOUT MATRIMONY: The Unmarried Couples Guide to Financial Security, Sheryl Garrett and Debra Neiman, Dearborn Trade Publishing. Paperback $21.
Book Review - As the Darkness Deepens by Michael Cale
Newton's Third Law of Motions states that "For ever action, there is an equal and opposite reaction." Michael Cale's latest novel, As the Darkness Deepens, is an interesting study in this universal law as it relates to the forces of good and evil.
Author Releases Comprehensive Family History Book On The Family of JACKEL, JECKEL, IEKEL, YAKEL
When the topic of family history comes up, where do you stand? How do you respond when someone asks you where you are from, or when questions about your surname are raised? Do you wish you could give something more than a vague reply, such as, "I grew up around here, and I'm not sure about the name. .
Story Structure - Three Heroes
Three Heroes Story Structure follows the Hero's Journey mould but distinguishes itself by making both the hero and the shape shifter both likeable and deserving of the final prize.The Classic Hero's Journey also makes the shape shifter likeable and deserving of the prize but in Three Heroes, we get more of the Shape Shifter's back-story and surprisingly little of the Hero's.
Second Eden Book Review
"Carlton Austin has crafted a wonderful piece of work in Second Eden - an action-packed suspense thriller with a little romance and some elements of science fiction. Its beautifully designed cover incorporates gorgeous images depicting scenes within the plot and the book is available in both hard and soft cover.
Workshop-In-A-Bookź for Dating Again, A Must-Read EBOOK
The Joy Of Dating Again is designed to be a do-it- yourself workshop. This book features 21 self-empowering keys.
Story Structure - Classic Hero's Journey
The Classical Hero's Journey is one of the most detailed story structures containing 106 sequences overall and 32 in Act III alone.A descendant of Campbell's Hero with a Thousand Faces and containing references to all the normal and less usual Archetypes: Peer Brothers, the Failed Hero and more, it allows the screen or story writer to quickly map out a step outline, template or first draft screenplay.
Pariah - Book Review
"Pariah, written by multi-talented artist and author Timothy Goodwin, is a science fiction, fantasy novel that incorporates some very clear ideas to what is wrong with today's world. The characters are colorfully portrayed and the battles were very well written.
Giving Feedback or Writing Reviews of Bad Stuff
Some book reviewers say that when they don't like a book, they simply don't review it. I'd love to take the easy way out, but when I think about it from a reader's perspective? I want to know when a book sucks.
What Color Is Your Parachute? - A Book Summary
The best-selling job-hunter's bible for decades, this indispensable resource is a complete handbook for people who are on a quest to find their mission in life, or at the very least, the next good job that will put food on the table. Whether you are a fresh graduate, never finished a degree, or are searching for your deeper calling after many years of work, this is the book for you.
What Really Works - AchieveMaxź Top Ten Book Review
If you watch television, read the newspaper and/or magazines, frequent the Internet, or simply move in any kind of a business circle, you must have, at one time or another, pondered the following:Why do some organizations consistently outperform their competitors?What do managers at the best companies know-and do-to keep their organizations on top?When it comes to implementing management practices that can propel a company to lasting success ..
Young, Fabulous and Broke? Suze Orman Has Debt Relief & Financial Freedom Advice Books for You!
Are you a parent that has all the financial responsibility in the world on your shoulders and living paycheck to paycheck? Does it seem like there is no way out of this endless cycle of working just to pay your bills? Well, I certainly felt this way. I have been in consumer credit counseling, which was very helpful, but I still felt like a financial idiot.
My Dad Wears Polka-dotted Socks! - Review
"Bright colored sheets just inside the sturdy book cover certainly set the mood for this excellent book geared for children between the ages of 4 and 8.The main character is a young boy who is desperately fretting over the class reaction to his strange family.
Twin Falls, Gooding, Jerome, ID, and Regional Economic Outlook for 2005
Twin Falls Economic Report done by me; Twin Falls, ID has potential for additional car washes, Detail Centers and mobile washing units. Twin Falls has enough water in their reservoirs to make it through the Summer for farmers and agriculture industries.
The Leadership Pill - AchieveMaxź Top Ten Book Review
The Leadership Pill is another volume for those of you anxious to add to your library of "mini-books." Ken Blanchard, a veritable self-help book-writing machine, partners with co-author Marc Muchnick to create this 112-page parable that every leader will want to read and share with those he/she mentors.
Jesus and the Gnostic Cathars
These are some of the highlights of a connected story of Milesian/Phocaean/ Phoenician architects who allow 'his'-story to confuse the masses. It is still going on and we must try to change it.
Why Malta? A Mystery-Thriller Author Tells Why
"Why Malta?" my new Maltese friends kept asking me when they find out that my mystery-thriller The Cellini Masterpiece is set on Malta. Mind you, only the Maltese ask that question.
Pandemonium - Book Review
"Within the first few pages, I was engrossed and deeply moved by Apina Hrbek's eloquent writing skills. Tears of compassion were in my eyes at several points in this moving story of survival.
Albany, NY Family History Reference Now Available Thanks To Author Joseph Yakel
"Personal research references, especially for families who once lived in the South End area of Albany, are very difficult to come by", said Yakel. "Lower Albany had a very strong mix of European immigrants, especially Germans, throughout the 19th century.
Russ Whitney: Journey To Greatness
Teenage years for Russ Whitney were not filled with opportunity, stability and financial security. He, as a teenager, was described as youth with no future prospects.
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