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Crack open a good book and find a new favorite on our Book Review List 2018

What is a book? For me, books are friends, family, and the possibilities of what if. They are adventures and affairs of the heart. They teach us. They offer reflection into ourselves…what would I do if? Thoughts are formed. Questions queried. Decisions of what we do with the information is up to us. But, most…… Continue reading Crack open a good book and find a new favorite on our Book Review List 2018

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The Story So Far…

With Halloween behind us, Thanksgiving just ahead for the U.S., and the season of giving imminent, things can get a little hectic. So, this week is the last Book Review Week of 2018. We hope you’ve enjoyed what you’ve read so far, and perhaps picked up a new favorite along the way. We’ve tried to…… Continue reading The Story So Far…

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The Guardian by Dee Henderson (Guest Review)

There’s only one witness resulting from the murder of a federal judge, and somebody out there wants her dead. Thinking he was aware of what he was in for going into the assignment and the risks involved, everything changed for U.S. Marshal Marcus O’Malley after falling in love. The O’Malley series features seven orphans, Jennifer,…… Continue reading The Guardian by Dee Henderson (Guest Review)

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The Bloodline (Book 5) of The Relics of the Deathless Souls by Tom Hunter

If you’ve been following our Book Review Weeks for a while you know I’ve been reading this series. Now, one thing I should tell you straight off is I received Advanced Reader Copies (ARC) copies of these books. For readers, it’s a pretty cool thing and I’ll talk more about it in an upcoming post.…… Continue reading The Bloodline (Book 5) of The Relics of the Deathless Souls by Tom Hunter

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Plug into A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations by Kate L. Turabian (Book Review)

The 6th edition of A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations may seem outdated. It’s last known copyright year as of 1998. But, as Facebook puts out a print magazine, Amazon offers brick-and-mortar stores, vinyl is back, and Sears, the company who started the whole idea of mail order files for bankruptcy,…… Continue reading Plug into A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations by Kate L. Turabian (Book Review)

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Cause of Death – The Story of Forensic Science by Frank Smyth (Book Review)

“Whatever the value to society of the advances in forensic science and, in particular, forensic medicine, it has provided me with a life of infinite variety of human interest.”  ~ Sir Sydney Smith, Mostly Murder from Chapter One of Cause of Death – The Story of Forensic Science by Frank Smyth. From the earliest pages…… Continue reading Cause of Death – The Story of Forensic Science by Frank Smyth (Book Review)

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The Dream Detective by Sax Rohmer (Book Review)

The Dream Detective by Sax Rohmer offers nine stand-alone short stories to excite the imagination just in time for Halloween. From locked door mysteries to ghosts, occult, and Egyptian artifacts with a dollop of a good old fashioned murder mystery this book originally published in 1926 has stood the test of time. In less than…… Continue reading The Dream Detective by Sax Rohmer (Book Review)

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Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell (Guest Review)

Nineteen Eighty-Four is probably the most iconic piece of dystopian fiction to date. Unlike some modern examples of the genre, George Orwell’s classic focusses more on the internal struggles of the protagonist than the external struggles of the people. We begin our story with protagonist Winston Smith. He is just an average, middle-aged man working…… Continue reading Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell (Guest Review)

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Only you can take charge of your mindset… Guest Review of The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks

The Big Leap provides us with valuable insight on how we can overcome the fears and habits that stand in our way of happiness and success. If you’re into personal development books, this one’s a winner. It aims to change our overall perspective, so we can embrace a concept that’ll help us achieve our full…… Continue reading Only you can take charge of your mindset… Guest Review of The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks

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The Eternal Chamber, Book 1 of The Relics of the Deathless Souls (Book/Series Review)

The Eternal Chamber, Part One of The Relics of the Deathless Souls by Tom Hunter is an action-packed adventure from the first page to the last. Seamlessly weaving elements of history and science-fiction for a “what if” scenario that will resonate against the world today. Think Indiana Jones meets Focault’s Pendulum meets Dr. Who. Samuel…… Continue reading The Eternal Chamber, Book 1 of The Relics of the Deathless Souls (Book/Series Review)