Blogger Recognition Award #1

I am honored to be nominated by THE MUNDANE TEENAGE LIFE. Thank you for this beautiful award!   RULES Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog. Write a post to show your award. Give a brief story of how your blog started. Give two pieces of advice to new bloggers. Select 15 other bloggers you want to give this award to. Comment on each blog and let them know you have nominated and provide the link to []

Malignant Melanoma – A Potentially Deadly Skin Cancer by James Okun, MD

  It is time for James Okun to pick our brain and inform us on some important medical matters. You can show your support by buying his books or leaving a comment here if you like- Jeyran Main James D. Okun, MD is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Duke University and of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He is the co-author of The History of New Innovations in Modern Medicine and of Erasing Scars: Herpes and Healing. []

A Mother Dies by Arusha Topazzini (Book Review #90)

Arusha loses her mother due to cancer. This common and hard to survive from illness takes over an everlasting bond of love and separates a mother from her daughter in a very touching way. Although this book references cancer, the cause and how Arusha’s mother battles with it, the focus is more on the journey that she takes and how it affects them both. I have reviewed several books on death, dying and how to survive afterward which you can read by []

Fancy & Adriaan by Haidji (Book Review #92)

This love story is written in the format of poetry and fantasy. Fancy is a fairy and Adriaan is an elf. Fancy is the fruit of a thought of a being, living on a flower. She can feel but not think. Adriaan is an elf born in the forest living in a tree. He can think but not feel.   Fancy begins to fly away from her origin. Adriaan wishes to move away from the tree too but no matter how many []

A Pattern for Pepper by Julie Kraulis (Book Review#85)

Pepper is a beautiful girl looking for the right pattern fabric for a dress she wishes to wear for an important event. It is her grandmother’s birthday, and she is invited for cake and tea. Pepper’s mother takes her to the tailor in hopes of Pepper finding her favorite pattern. The book gets really interesting as the tailor introduces Pepper to a different kind of fabric, color, and design. Each design and fabric have a story, background, origin and explanation. They aren’t []

Seven Visual Steps to Yes by Janet Miller Wiseman (Book Review #17)

Seven visual steps to yes is a reinforced and redesigned format of a user-friendlier book in an attempt to resolve conflict in relationships. Even if a couple is struggling to decide where to place their Christmas tree this year, Janet Wiseman is here to save the day!   Before starting to use the seven steps you first have to define the conflict to resolve it. Once that is clarified, then there is a formula of which this book goes into detail on, []


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