Noonimals BELIEVE by Dalandra Young (Book Review #979)

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Noonimals BELEIVE is a children’s book discussing the Law of attraction and the notion that you can be whoever you want if you only believe. The story begins with Adriano and his mother. Adriano doesn’t want to play soccer and feels that he is weak. He asks his mother to call on his friends and have them over for a sleepover. Soon they are all playing and having fun until things take a slight turn, and they up imagining a world titled, Noonimals, where they get to learn about the Law of attraction.

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Portals by Jon D. Zimmer (Book Review #978)

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Portals is a science fiction story about Joe, a football player from a wealthy family and providing him full support. An accident while playing causes him to be rushed to the hospital. As he falls in and out of unconsciousness, he sees some portals he chooses to enter.

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Health Mind Soul by Jeff Simpson (Book Review #977)

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Health mind soul is a self-help book providing 8 steps to finding your inner peace. The book is geared for anyone who wants to make real-life changes. The author wishes the reader to aim big and emphasizes that life is too short.

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Poems by AE HINES

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With every pre-sale purchase of Any Dumb Animal by A.E. Hines between June and November 2021, a group of anonymous donors will match dollar for dollar each sale and donate it to The Trevor Project.

The Trevor Project was founded in 1998 and is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.
The publisher also is offering a limited time advanced sale price of $8.50 + shipping. Order here: https://mainstreetragbookstore.com/product/any-dumb-animal-ae-hines/

 No Man’s Land by Ben Magid (Book Review #976)

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No man’s land is a dystopian fiction about Rebel, the last remaining human alive on planet earth. Her life is simply about survival and avoiding being hunted by androids. Her only hope and help is a Mech named Thomas, helping her and providing hope for a better day.

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Callisto 2.0 by Susan English (Book Review #975)

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Callisto 2.0 is a science fiction novel about a fascinating woman named Cali moving to a station orbiting the moon in order to work on a high-speed, technically advanced machine. Cali is a physicist, and this opportunity is excellent for her. Cali loves her new job. Everyone is friendly and loving to her, but soon things change, and Cali realizes a few betrayals she then has to deal with.

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Ahead of the curve by Mabel Hsin, M.D. (Book Review 974)

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Ahead of the curve is a self-help book teaching us how to cope with COVID-19 and live a happier life. The author uses her findings to teach us control over the mind, spirit, and body.

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Ghost by Michael Jack Webb (Book Review #973)

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Ghost is a supernatural serial killer story in a world where Kate Justice is a young FBI profiler and has to find who is behind all the killings. She is in for many long hours or investigating looking for someone with supernatural abilities. This is the first book in the justice chronicles series, and the author indeed plays with your mind taking you on a journey that will surprise you.

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The Shape of Stars Unknown (The Aldarfall Saga Book 1) by Sybil Le Pyrmont (Book Review #972)

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The shape of stars unknown is a fantasy adventure story filled with drama and supernatural elements. It all begins with Silver Laing meeting Julian and coming across a paranormal revelation that changes everything.

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