The Girl Who Wanted to Belong by Angela Hart

Today I am the last stop of this blog tour. I was so excited when Don of PanMacmillan offered the book for me to read and invited me to be a part of the blog tour. Never have I been so excited to be a part of a blog tour. The book is a true … Continue reading The Girl Who Wanted to Belong by Angela Hart

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Stop Smoken by Ron Roesch

My review I have been told by a friend of mine that it is impossible to quit smoking - is it?? I have no idea. I have been asked to do research on it. My medical books hold no such information. Smoking - 1, Me - 0. I went to a psychiatrist friend of mine, … Continue reading Stop Smoken by Ron Roesch

7 Simple Tricks to Remembering Names by Travis Tyler

My review The blogging community knows not, the real life people know the truth. I can't remember names!! Oh yes it's true, and it's horrifying. Especially when I go to the conference, and I am caught looking at the name tags to recall my colleagues' names. And these are all the people, I have studied … Continue reading 7 Simple Tricks to Remembering Names by Travis Tyler

The Long Body That Connects Us All by Rich Marcello

Hark thee, oh weary traveller, scrolling down the posts, listen with your heart what the words say to you Take a moment, savor them, laugh with joy, the beauty that understanding the words bestow on you... My review Such is the ethereal quality of Rich Marcello's words in his book The Long Body That Connects … Continue reading The Long Body That Connects Us All by Rich Marcello

Can’t. Sit. by Rick Lunkenheimer #bookreview #bookpublicity

My review "In chess, checkmate is defined as a position where the king has been captured and has no place to go. I am trapped like the check-mated king." This is a direct quote and the first line of this book. The author, Rick Lunkenheimer, has a sitting disability. He is unable to sit for … Continue reading Can’t. Sit. by Rick Lunkenheimer #bookreview #bookpublicity

Can’t. Sit by Rick Lunkenheimer #bookexcerpt #bookpublicity

I read the book... It is a beautifully written book of one man's pain... The author, Rick Lunkenheimer, is a wonderful and courageous human being, and a great writer of the book Can't. Sit. I present to you an excerpt of his writing, his true story, his saga, which has warmed the cockles of my … Continue reading Can’t. Sit by Rick Lunkenheimer #bookexcerpt #bookpublicity

The Brand Strategist’s Note by Sophia S Ahn

My review Brand - a tiny unubiquitous word, which has 5 only letters in it, but yet when joined together becomes a power, all on its own. We all love the word 'brand' and probably use it practically everyday. But do we ever think about what goes in the background of choosing a name and … Continue reading The Brand Strategist’s Note by Sophia S Ahn

Flipping Your Fat Loss Switch by John Griffin 

My review The title was intriguing enough to pique my curiosity about the connection between genetic expression and health. Though the title focuses on fat loss, I soon realized that the book actually focuses on health and complete vitality of the body.  What makes this book an interesting and fast read is the way the … Continue reading Flipping Your Fat Loss Switch by John Griffin