Tag: biography

Black, White, and Gray All Over; a Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement by Frederick Douglass Reynolds (Book Review #1331)

‘Black, White, and Gray All Over’ is a memoir written about a retired LA county Sheriff who grew up in Detroit, and became a police officer and detective with a successful career. The author describes all the details and experiences he has endured both… Continue Reading “Black, White, and Gray All Over; a Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement by Frederick Douglass Reynolds (Book Review #1331)”

I am Jess by Jessica Fahi (Book Review #1327)

I am Jess is a biography written about a brave woman who has endured abuse during her first marriage. Jessica lets you know how important emotional abuse is and how – without noticing- you begin to start making excuses for your partner and blame… Continue Reading “I am Jess by Jessica Fahi (Book Review #1327)”

Misadventures in the Screen Trade by Alison Ripley Cubitt (Book Review #1294)

Misadventures in the Screen Trade is an interesting story about Alison trying to make it in the media industry, where men are mostly dominating the field. Besides the humorous remarks and the determination you see in Alison, there is an underlying message here that… Continue Reading “Misadventures in the Screen Trade by Alison Ripley Cubitt (Book Review #1294)”

Travels with Maurice- An Outrageous Experience in Europe 1968 by Gary Orleck

“Every Women Wanted to Be with Him Every Man Wanted to Be Him” ― Gary Orleck  “If Nothing Boggles the Minds of Men like the Simple Truth,” Then I have a manuscript that you will not be able to put down. You will anxiously await… Continue Reading “Travels with Maurice- An Outrageous Experience in Europe 1968 by Gary Orleck”

The Long TaLe of Tears and smiLes by Rana Bitar, M.D. (Book Review #1202)

The long tale of tears and smiles is a beautiful memoir written by Rana Bitar. It all begins with Rana growing up in Damascus, Syria becoming an oncologist. She then fails to secure a visa to study medicine at one of her chosen schools… Continue Reading “The Long TaLe of Tears and smiLes by Rana Bitar, M.D. (Book Review #1202)”

Very Far From Normal: The real journals of a wife betrayed by Josie Allen (Book Review #1151)

This review has been featured in REVIEW TALES MAGAZINE. Very Far from Normal is a memoir written by Josie Allen, pouring her heart out and sharing her story in an honest and healing way. Josie and Sam were living a normal married life, but… Continue Reading “Very Far From Normal: The real journals of a wife betrayed by Josie Allen (Book Review #1151)”

Desiree – The Music of My Soul by Peggy Race (Book Review #1138)

Desiree is a memoir written about how Peggy deals with losing her husband and survives without him. Her troubles are not only emotional, but her furry friends need her full attention as well. Her insecurities, self-doubt, and low self-esteem is a reflection of all… Continue Reading “Desiree – The Music of My Soul by Peggy Race (Book Review #1138)”

Unconventional by Jamie Andrea Garzot (Book Review #1136)

Unconventional is a memoir written by Jamie Andrea Garzot describing her journey from having a four-figure capital investment and no experience to becoming a cannabis entrepreneur and pioneer.

Chasing Butterflies: The True Story of a Daughter of 9/11 by Ashley Bisman (Book Review #1133)

Chasing Burfferlies is a beautiful memoir written by Ashley Bisman, who expresses her devastating loss of her father due to the 9/11 terrorist attack of the trade center. She realizes that things will not be the same; she tells us how Jeff, her father,… Continue Reading “Chasing Butterflies: The True Story of a Daughter of 9/11 by Ashley Bisman (Book Review #1133)”