Tag: children’s book

The Miracle Problem Solver by Kira Klenke (Book Review #361)

It is a miracle to find a book that provides a solution to every man’s problem. Can such a thing actually exist? By using systemic constellation, the author manages to introduce a method and to imply the notion of providing universal wisdom to its… Continue Reading “The Miracle Problem Solver by Kira Klenke (Book Review #361)”

There Be Demons Kindle Edition by M.K. Theodoratus (Book Review #360)

A conflict of interest is what seems to be the primary deal with this story. Demons need a warm environment to keep their young, and the people of Trebridge are fighting against the invasion in order to survive. The Gargoyles act as guardians, as… Continue Reading “There Be Demons Kindle Edition by M.K. Theodoratus (Book Review #360)”

The Love Labyrinth by Pamela D. Beverly (Book Review #359)

The Love Labyrinth is a romance novel written about Noelle Harrison. Noelle is married with two kids. As every marriage has its ups and downs, Noelle has to deal with the complications of her own committed relationship. The decisions you make and feelings you have… Continue Reading “The Love Labyrinth by Pamela D. Beverly (Book Review #359)”

Follow the Snowflakes: A Christmas Novella by Angela Kerner (Book Review #358)

Follow the Snowflakes is a short romance novella about Cat. The story is based in Illinois. Cat has a good job, nice life but as always something is missing in her life. Her friend, Regina, offers to match her up with someone she knows… Continue Reading “Follow the Snowflakes: A Christmas Novella by Angela Kerner (Book Review #358)”

Dead over heels by Theresa Braun (Book Review #357)

Dead over heels is a paranormal short story written about two people that meet up through online dating. They like each other, but their ghosts of the pasts threaten their chance of being together and being happy. The concept of short stories normally doesn’t… Continue Reading “Dead over heels by Theresa Braun (Book Review #357)”

Ride the Wave by John Wessinger (Book Review #356)

Ride the wave is a book for business professionals and entrepreneurs teaching them how to overcome the challenges they face in the current technology-dominant era. It can also be used for people that are attempting to overcome personal and professional encounters. The concept of… Continue Reading “Ride the Wave by John Wessinger (Book Review #356)”

Diabetes Type 2 – “Too Sweet for Words” but Don’t Fool with It by James D. Okun, MD

    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… Continue Reading “Diabetes Type 2 – “Too Sweet for Words” but Don’t Fool with It by James D. Okun, MD”

Life in a Box by JoDee Neathery (Book Review #355)

Life in a box is a novel written in a memoir style. It is a mystery story spanning over generations situated in Texas and Southern California. The tale begins with two dead bodies and one other in critical condition. Andee is a family member… Continue Reading “Life in a Box by JoDee Neathery (Book Review #355)”

Farkle Shark, You Are Not Stupid by Rita Emmett and Irina Bulgaru (Book Review #119)

“Everyone is a genius. But if a fish is judged by how well it climbs a tree, it will live its entire life feeling stupid. ~~ Attributed to Albert Einstein.”   This review was kindly requested by Ben Jackson. The book begins with such… Continue Reading “Farkle Shark, You Are Not Stupid by Rita Emmett and Irina Bulgaru (Book Review #119)”