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DE- ESCALATE by Douglas E. Noll (Book Review #381)

DE-ESCALATE is a non-fiction, self-help book about How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds or Less. The book is particularly aimed at women and parenting. The author demonstrates methods in calming yourself and the angry one, as he has worked on this…

Life of A Bastard by Damien Black (Book Review #306)

Life of a bastard is a book written about the life of Javier, an orphaned boy’s will to cope with all the moves and sufferings he encounters while being under American foster homes.

INSPIRATION by Dennis Scheel

INSPIRATION by Dennis Scheel “Don’t annoy the Author, he/ she can put you in their book and kill you off.”– A phrase often used by the author posters or mugs. This phrase got me thinking intensely about the ways writers as myself included get inspired…

A Recipe for Love: A Lesbian Culinary Romance by Lucy J. Madison (Book Review #498)

A recipe for love is a fictional story about Danika. Her life has never been about herself, and as she retires from her long-term job, she realizes that for once she has a chance to do something with her life.

Owning Bipolar by Michael G. Pipich, MS. LMFT (Book Review #497)

Owning bipolar is a psychology self-help book designed to provide you with the basics of the disorder, and how to live with this disease. It attempts to compartmentalize the issue by dividing it into three sections. The book also entails stories of people who…

Purple Pup by Karl Steam (Book Review #496)

Purple Pup is a sweet novel about Lav a purple pup. He has been genetically modified, and due to his DNA capabilities, he is not only purple, but he is also unique in his own way. He is treated differently than the other animals,…

The Reaping: A Grim Sword & Sorcery Tale by Dexter Morgentern (Book Review #495)

  The Reaping is the first book of the pious insurrection series. It’s about two mystics who are forced to undertake a religious journey to reap a soul from every nation, but in doing so, they begin questioning their actions and inadvertently spiral the…

The Truth of Light and Shadow by Lee LaCroix (Book Review #494)

The truth of light and shadow is a fantasy story written about a crystal that has provided peace and wealth to the nations of Balance for Millennia. Zeph, who happens to only remember things vaguely jumps at a chance to possibly retrieve what he…