I liked this book because it's raw and honest. In A Beautiful, Terrible Thing, the author is telling a tale as old as time: she marries a man who betrays her. The story here, though, is the spectacular manner in which this is done. About 3/4 through it I considered stopping. It was a little … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A Beautiful, Terrible Thing by Jen Waite
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BOOK REVIEW: ANGEL OF EVENTIDE by Elle Powers
I was pulled right in to the conversation between the angel and the woman at the outset of the book. But, is it an angel? Who is this woman? I have many questions and so I press on, intensely interested in how the answers would they reveal themselves. This is not only a story of compassion; … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: ANGEL OF EVENTIDE by Elle Powers
BOOK REVIEW: The Story Of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg
I just closed this book and I have tears streaming down my face. Usually, I wouldn't care for a book that left me in this emotional state. This book was different, however. This is one of the best books I have ever read, maybe in my whole life. I was looking forward to this new … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Story Of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg
BOOK REVIEW: A MIND OF YOUR OWN by Kelly Brogan MD
A Mind of Your Own by Kelly Brogan MD is an important book. There is no other way to say it. If you are taking medication for depression/anxiety this book could quite possibly change your life! Even if you decide not to follow the protocol she outlines. How? Because after you read this book, you … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A MIND OF YOUR OWN by Kelly Brogan MD
BOOK REVIEW: Informed Consent: Critical Truths Essential to Your Health and to the Health of Future Generations by Michele Stanford, M.Ed., CHC
I began to read Michele’s story and as a woman, my heart was filled with compassion and empathy for her and the situation she was in. As an RN, my heart was filled with rage for how this patient was treated by her physician! Michele was not defined by her circumstances, however. Rather, she decided … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Informed Consent: Critical Truths Essential to Your Health and to the Health of Future Generations by Michele Stanford, M.Ed., CHC
BOOK REVIEW: Come Running When I Call by Kimberly Sue McGlaughlin
I met the author, Kim, when I first started going to the Community Market of the Kennebunks on Saturdays. I just finished reading her book, Come Running When I Call, a memoir about a girl and her horse. You know, the horse. But don't think you have to be a girl who loves horses to enjoy this book--although … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Come Running When I Call by Kimberly Sue McGlaughlin
How to post a book review on Amazon
If you follow my author page on Facebook, then you know I have been asking people who enjoyed reading my book to put up a review on Amazon.com. I never stopped to think that maybe not everyone knows how to do this. Sorry! So here's a quick tutorial: Find my book on Amazon.com … Continue reading How to post a book review on Amazon
Book Review: The Box of Daughter
I wanted to read Katherine Mayfield's book 'The Box of Daughter' for a long time before I finally did. This is one of the few times I knew the author before I knew the book. I met Katherine through a Wells-Ogunquit Adult Education class I took several years ago when I was working on my own … Continue reading Book Review: The Box of Daughter
Poetic license, people! Heard of it?
I have been reading and reviewing books for years. Years. I haven't loved all of them, but with only one (to my knowledge) notable exception*, I was not ever unkind to the author in my review. If I liked or loved a book, I said so. If I didn't, then I moved on. Just because … Continue reading Poetic license, people! Heard of it?
Seating Arrangements by Maggie Shipstead My rating: 5 of 5 stars I thought that this book was going to be about a wedding, but it's really about a man's midlife crisis. Okay, it's also about intimate relationships of all kinds. I ended up really liking this book anyway. I love the writing, the metaphors, and … Continue reading Book Review
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