Book Review: Domestic Affairs

 Domestic Affairs: A Campaign Novel  Author: Bridget Siegel When twenty-something political fund-raiser Olivia Greenley gets tapped to work on the presidential campaign of Georgia governor Landon Taylor, it’s her dream job. Her best friend in the world is the campaign manager, and Taylor is a decent, charismatic idealist, with a real chance to be a […]

Book Review: People Training for Good Dogs

People Training for Good Dogs  Author: Melissa Berryman   Melissa Berryman, a former animal officer, has written a book about training dogs responsibly in order to avoid liability and harm to others and their dogs. I have read many dog training books, and while Melissa stresses the need for compliance from dogs with its relevance […]

Kids jewelry: iHeart Locket

DANO toys iHeart Locket  “Unlock your world The iHeart Locket is the key to your digital diary. Push the key button to transmit a unique code that opens your iHeart Locket Diary App.(free download).The iHeart Locket is more than just a diary. You can capture your life with photos, stickers, drawings, and voice notes! Keep […]

Book Reviews: Changing Lanes

Changing Lanes  Author: Kathleen Long Kathleen Long’s lovely and lilting romance novel presents Abby Halladay – a girl who lives her life by her perfect plans. When Abby is fired from her job as a columnist, and discovers that her fiancé Fred has left for Paris, France “to find himself” two months before their wedding, […]

Book Reviews: The Juice Lady’s Big Book of Juices and Green Smoothies

The Juice Lady’s Big Book of Juices and Green Smoothies  Author: Cherie Calbom, MS, CN Smoothies to me mean sweet, thick, fruitie tutee milkshake like drinks that are bought at Jamba Juice.  I never thought of a “green” smoothie, although I eat lots of raw vegetables.  I opened Ms. Calbom’s book thinking, ok, just review […]

Book Reviews: The Kill room

The Kill Room  Author: Jeffery Deaver When I first started The Kill Room, I thought Deaver the Cleaver. And as I read on, it changed to Deaver the Clever. With a monstrous plot and writing that pistons and blasts, and Lincoln Rhyme as the plot driver, this novel dives into the incredible and bobs up […]

Book Reviews: Blood Pressure Down

Blood Pressure Down – The Ten Step Program to Lower your Blood Pressure in 4 Weeks without Prescription Drugs  Author: Janet Bond Brill, PhD, R.D., LDN   At first I thought WHATTTTTT? Lower your blood pressure without DRUGS?  Why we love drugs in this country – we admire Big Pharm!  So I opened up Janet’s […]

Book Reviews: Prophet of Bones

 Prophet of Bones Author: Ted Kosmatka   Bones are Paul Carlson’s life. When he is asked to come from the laboratory to the field, he enters into a realm that is surreal. The Earth has been discovered to be 5800 years old, but when Paul stalks the bones in an ancient dig on the Indonesian […]

Book Reviews: The Fort

The Fort  Author: Aric Davis   Told in the voice of Tim Benchley and his friends Scott and Luke, twelve year olds who have built a fort to play as American soldiers against the invisible Vietnamese, The Fort does not swaggle into noveldom as easily as the boys become heroes. Matt Hooper is the villain […]

Book Reviews: Murder as a Fine Art

Murder as a Fine Art by  Author: David Morrell   Murder as a Fine Art proves deliciously adept in the ways of a fine crime novel.  It’s got the Three Big P’s:  Plot, Protagonist and Prose. This historical thriller occurs in the 1800’s and begins with the true Ratcliffe Highway murders of 1811 in Victorian […]

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