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The fall edition is here. What you have in your hands is another magazine filled with exciting and insightful author advice, confessions, and discussions. This edition enables you to understand how negative reviews should not necessarily affect you. Climbing mountains is compared to writing books; you aren’t to listen to naysayers telling you what you can or cannot be. Winning the war on cancer is a delight to read, and you understand how you should be careful about what you admit.

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Step Lively: New York City Tales of Love and Change by Sherri Moshman-Paganos (Book Review #1351) 

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‘Step Lively’ is a fictional memoir about how Jill and Alex move to Manhattan so Jill can follow her dreams. The story is set in the 1980s. As you read and see how they both navigate the ups and down, you realize that no one is perfect, and sometimes you find a different path to happiness.

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The Adventures of Steven and Rex: Blast Off! By Anthony Sestito (Book Review #1350)

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‘The Adventures of Steven and Rex’ is a children’s book teaching them about being grateful and taking responsibility.

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The Bodhi Blueprint: Ultimate Freedom! Master Your Fears and Live Life on Purpose by Jisun Sunny Fisher (Book Review #1349)

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‘The Bodhi Blueprint’ is a nonfiction self-help book. The book’s purpose is to enable the reader to overcome their fears in life. Bodhi(sattva) means one who seeks enlightenment, and this book provides the power you need to find your path and make your life purposeful.

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There’s No Such Thing As Never In Forever by Kenneth Nichols Fecteau and Judy Nichols Feateau (Book Review#1348)

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‘There’s No Such Thing As Never In Forever’ is a paranormal urban fantasy story filled with action and adventure. Mandy, Lizzy, Hugo, and Terma decide on having the perfect Thanksgiving. However, everything falls apart when they all get abducted. Mandy and Lizzy find themselves as underage dancers, and Hugo and Yerma are prisoned by a voodoo queen.

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The Shadows of Appalachia by Mary O. Bremier (Book Review #1347)

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‘The Shadows of Appalachia’ is a memoir written about the author back in 1928, where Mary invites us into her childhood years and more.

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1 2 3 Count with Me on Granddad’s Farm by Valerie D. Johnson (Book Review #1346)

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‘1 2 3 Count with Me on Granddad’s Farm’ is a children’s book filled with colorful drawings, numbers, and stories that go with each page in order to teach your child how to count.

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Whispers of Innocence by Natasha Simmons (Book Review#1345)

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‘Whispers of Innocence’ is a thriller story about Madeline and how her seven-month-old baby dies in the middle of the night. Abigail dies, and Madeline and her husband, Brian, discover bruises on her neck, making sure that it is not an accident.

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Navigators of Draconis by Jake Ashwell (Book Review #1345)

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Navigators of Draconis is book one of the Draconian Sun series. It is a science fiction story filled with crime and mystery. There are multiple worlds filled with humanoid species called nephans and cymans and it discusses the power struggles that exist between the worlds and the species.

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An Independent Woman in Yugoslavia by Iris Novak (Book Review #1344)

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‘An Independent Woman in Yugoslavia’ is a memoir written about Iris’s life from the beginning till the final years of living in a Communist social system. Her life has not been easy, and you experience reliving all her encounters through her wonderfully written literature.

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