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Cherokee Dream by V.C. Sanford (The Story So Far Book Review)

The action begins in an instant and keeps an undulating pace. Like all good stories, the first line grabs you, yet it is a little too fast-paced for my taste, as it takes until the middle of the first chapter before I feel caught up with the story.  But, the grip I now find myself…… Continue reading Cherokee Dream by V.C. Sanford (The Story So Far Book Review)

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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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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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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 Ends of The World: Volcanic Apocalypse, Lethal Oceans, and Our Quest to Understand Earth’s Past Mass Extinctions by Peter Brannen

I am a fiction writer. But the book I would like to talk about right now is one that opened my eyes to the worlds behind us—worlds I never had known existed. As an author, much of my work is inspired by the mystery of death, and the mortal unknown. So naturally, I tend to…… Continue reading The Ends of The World: Volcanic Apocalypse, Lethal Oceans, and Our Quest to Understand Earth’s Past Mass Extinctions by Peter Brannen

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The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger (Guest Review)

When six year old Claire Anne Abshire meets adult Henry DeTamble, little does she know that this is the man she would marry. But Henry has a problem that, despite being the reason he met his wife, begins to crash her hopes and dreams. Will their love stand the test of Henry’s time? The Time…… Continue reading The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger (Guest Review)

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Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki (Guest Review) – Looking to up your finance game?

Have you been looking to step up your game when it comes to finances? If so, reading Rich Dad Poor Dad is the perfect way to start. Not only is it entertaining, it offers readers an opportunity to enhance their own financial intelligence too by way of relatable, true-life events. A story of a person…… Continue reading Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki (Guest Review) – Looking to up your finance game?

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The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci by Belle Ami – Medici, Mystery, and Da Vinci – a perfect recipe

Wednesday. It’s not the beginning of the week and it’s not Thursday, the first day to officially usher in the weekend. It’s the infamous “get over the hump slash middle of the week day.” It’s also a great day to escape into another world. The clock struck 5 pm. You left work (yeah, right), went…… Continue reading The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci by Belle Ami – Medici, Mystery, and Da Vinci – a perfect recipe

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The Future of Leadership – Rise of Automation, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence by Brigette Hyacinth

Two months ago, my views on LinkedIn spiked nearly 2,000 percent. Why? I posted about reading and receiving two books from a couple of well-known influencers and authors – Brigette Hyacinth and Shane Snow – the first of whom we’ll talk about today. Thinking back as I write this, I should have added an interview…… Continue reading The Future of Leadership – Rise of Automation, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence by Brigette Hyacinth