Feeling Normal Again by Stephen Kristof (Book Review #1272)

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Feeling Normal Again is a nonfiction self-help book written to enable you to deal with all the stress and downsides COVID-19 induced on your mental health and physical body.

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Once upon an empty page by Konstantina P.

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You are sitting on the porch on a breezy summer evening, cooling down from the heat wave. An idea pops into your head, and you scramble over a heap of lazy limbs and sleepy pets to write it down.

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The Making of “The Relationship Guide: The Business and Science of Reasoning” by Jacob Isom

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While this project took years to complete, normally a writer would not dare spend that amount of time, resources, and money to bring an idea to fruition. But this project is not like any other piece of creative work that I have produced. It took a decade between my first and second book. It had nothing to do with writer’s block because I write when I get the urge, it is never forced.

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Writing Memoir Became My Heroine Journey by Maria Warner

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Like a typical heroine, what I thought I wanted and what I needed to expose themselves in the process of writing. When I became an empty nester, I knew that I needed something to fulfil my life. Sitting on my meditation mat one morning I asked the universe for direction. Write about Family camp smacked me in the head. Tears in my eyes and butterflies in my stomach told me to act on this idea. Even though this topic surprised me!

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WRITE FOR THE WHOLE WORLD. Seriously. by Gillespie Lamb

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What is a “serious” novel? Some writers need to know so they can be seen doing “serious” work. My advice: Don’t think in such terms. Tell a story honestly and well and the coveted “serious” appellation may well find its way to your book.

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Cardinal Virtues by R. G. Roberts (Book Review #1271)

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Cardinal Virtues is book one of the war of the submarine series. The story is set in 2037, and Alex is a navy officer that does not necessarily follow orders. The military thriller is very engaging and contains sci-fi elements keeping you intrigued.

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If I Only Knew by Bailee Walker (Book Review #1270)

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If I only knew is a non-fiction self-help book written to enable the reader the ability to learn certain life skills that weren’t necessarily taught in school. I believe this is a good source of information since we often learn these things from mistakes, and if you know a few of these structural life skills, you would make fewer mistakes and have even fewer heartbreaks.

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All Falls Down by S. M. Grady (Book Review #1269)

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All that falls down is book one of the Barrington Collection series. It is a fictional tale and begins by letting you into their life of struggles trying to have a baby. With all the miscarriages, all hope is lost. While everything else appears to be eh-okay, this one thing and Cara’s promise to finish school appear out the window.

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The Alabama Black McGruders by J.R. Rothstein (Book Review #1267)

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The Alabama black McGruders is the story of Charles McGruder Sr 1829 – 1900-c), his father Ned (1795 – 1853-c), and his mother Mariah Magruder (1800 – 1880-c). Charles, the enslaved black grandson of a white slave owner, Ninian O. Magruder (1744 – 1803), was born in Alabama on the plantation of his white aunt, Eleanor Magruder Wynne (1785 – 1849,) in 1829.

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