Tag: grief

Never stop dancing by John Robinette and Robert Jacoby (Book Review #696)

Never stop dancing is a Memoir. The book is written about grief, friendships and love. The loss of John’s wife is the prominent and most impactful part of the content. The loss truly moves his home and world, and as he grieves over the… Continue Reading “Never stop dancing by John Robinette and Robert Jacoby (Book Review #696)”

Rough Way to the Highway by Kelly Mack McCoy (Book Review #688)

Rough way to the highway is a fictional story about Mack. He sells everything to buy a truck and work as a truck driver. Mack used to be a pastor and is struggling with grief – loss of his wife. He failed to be… Continue Reading “Rough Way to the Highway by Kelly Mack McCoy (Book Review #688)”

Layman’s Handbook: A Journey to Self by Aidan McNally (Book Review #677)

  A Journey to self is a handbook written providing the tools for people who wish to make a change in their lives.

The Last Word by Timothy Moonlight (Book Review #622)

The last word is a suspense thriller story about Jack Bigsby. He used to be the founder of a billion-dollar company called InifiTech before he passed away. His death is a significant loss, and once his daughter, Claire comes to take over, she too… Continue Reading “The Last Word by Timothy Moonlight (Book Review #622)”

Beauty of the Fall by Rich Marcello (Book Review #469)

The Beauty of the Fall is a story written about Dan Underlight. This fictional story describes the life of Dan being a technology executive who is divorced and suffers from the loss of his son. As he gets fired from his job, Dan decides… Continue Reading “Beauty of the Fall by Rich Marcello (Book Review #469)”