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Our Trespasses: A Paranormal Thriller by Michael Cordell Book Review

To continue ringing in the new year with books, a special thanks to TCK Publishing for the opportunity to review a second book from one of their authors. For many, books are an escape, so welcome to Our Trespasses: A Paranormal Thriller by Michael Cordell. You can find what I wrote on Amazon here for…… Continue reading Our Trespasses: A Paranormal Thriller by Michael Cordell Book Review

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E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality by Pam Grout Book Review

Another book to help you get the new year started right is E-squared by Pam Grout. If you haven’t already guessed, the title is a play on Albert Einstein’s E = MC2. Fun fact: you’ll see Albert (Alby) Einstein talked about mid-way through the book, too. Special thanks to a prospective client who requested I…… Continue reading E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality by Pam Grout Book Review

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On Purpose Leadership: Mastering the Art of Leading Yourself to Inspire and Impact Others by Dominick Quartuccio Book Review

Book Review 2022! Welcome to The Nest and Lisa’s Library. A few years ago, Writing in the Fast Lane’s Monthly Book Reviews took what was supposed to be a short hiatus. We had no idea the bumpy road the next few years would yield, but 2022 is a new year, and we’re ready to help…… Continue reading On Purpose Leadership: Mastering the Art of Leading Yourself to Inspire and Impact Others by Dominick Quartuccio Book Review

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Book Review Week Takes a Holiday

It’s been almost a year since we began Book Review Week. If you’re not familiar with it, we posted daily for six days once a month book review from Lisa, Rachel, and our fabulous guest reviewers. It was a chance to share our love of books, discover new reads, and for me, I met quite…… Continue reading Book Review Week Takes a Holiday

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THIRD CHOICE: Rich, Poor or Hypercube by Eric Y.F. Lim (Guest post by Rachel Barber)

Well-researched and very easy to grasp, Eric Lim’s book describes the third choice of property investment based on the concept of the “Sharing Economy” and the application of “Block Chain” technology, as well as one’s Lifestyle or Quality of Life achieved from the ownership of property. Some say it’s the Future of Property Ownership, Investment…… Continue reading THIRD CHOICE: Rich, Poor or Hypercube by Eric Y.F. Lim (Guest post by Rachel Barber)

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[Book Review] Death Returns by J.S. Peck

Death Returns is the third book in J.S. Peck’s Death Card Series. Not long ago, Ms. Peck posted she was looking for ARC readers and I, of course, jumped at the chance. ARC, if you’re not familiar, stands for Advanced Reader Copy. Essentially, it means a reader can read a book by an author, even…… Continue reading [Book Review] Death Returns by J.S. Peck

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The Broadcast by Liam Falkov (Book Review)

The Broadcast by Liam Falkov takes us on a journey of mystery, shadow intrigue, and a host of characters who are at first, seemingly unconnected. Secrets are the biggest obstacle, it would seem, toward the main character’s wishful lives. Though there are quite a few characters to help the story and give it meat, the…… Continue reading The Broadcast by Liam Falkov (Book Review)

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The Rainaldi Quartet by Paul Adam (Book Review)

Have you ever read a book so good, you wanted to read it again? Me, too! And in two different mediums as well. My first reading of Paul Adam’s book, The Rainaldi Quartet was on Kindle for PC, a couple of years ago. Then, last year, imagine my surprise at finding it in print at…… Continue reading The Rainaldi Quartet by Paul Adam (Book Review)

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The Child by Fiona Barton (Guest Reviewer Sharon Harvey)

The Child is told from a different approach this time – working through the papers and looking through a journalists’ eyes. It was exciting to see things from their point of view. So, I got very excited by this book. Each character had their own chapter, in order to tell their stories more deeply. I got…… Continue reading The Child by Fiona Barton (Guest Reviewer Sharon Harvey)

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Looking for Home – Women Writing about Exile (Poetry Collection Book Review)

Sometimes we come across books in our lives, or maybe more often than we think, which are meant to share, guide, and teach just in time lessons for life. Such was the case with this book, as at the time, I was thinking about applying for the Nine Dots Prize. Though the deadline is now…… Continue reading Looking for Home – Women Writing about Exile (Poetry Collection Book Review)