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Seven Years

Title: Seven Years Author: Christine Natz Kindle Edition, 224 pages Published May 23rd 2014 It took seven years for Chloe Slater to face her painful past. Seven years before she realized that leaving home and never looking back was an option that she couldn't choose forever. A simple threat from her beloved brother, and she… Continue reading Seven Years

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The Farmer and His Watering Buckets

The Farmer And His Watering Buckets Author: Assaf Marcus Kindle Edition, 20 pages Published June 20th 2014 Being different is not easy, especially for young children. Sharing a story wherein the main characters celebrate being different is a very powerful tool for any child. This book shows a great example of looking at the bright… Continue reading The Farmer and His Watering Buckets

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J’adore Le Croissant

It's my first time to review a cookbook that I downloaded on Amazon. And there's a reason I decided to share my points of view.  When I downloaded & read this ebook, J'adore Le Croissant by Monica Ramirez, the first thing that caught my attention is the author's mention of her battle with celiac disease. It… Continue reading J’adore Le Croissant

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Hopeless by Colleen Hoover

Title: Hopeless (Hopeless #1) Author: Colleen Hoover ebook, 327 pages Sometimes discovering the truth can leave you more hopeless than believing the lies… That’s what seventeen-year-old Sky realizes after she meets Dean Holder. A guy with a reputation that rivals her own and an uncanny ability to invoke feelings in her she’s never had before.… Continue reading Hopeless by Colleen Hoover

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The Sandalwood Chair

I was fortunate to read a very lovely poem written by W.M. Jones. It is entitled The Sandalwood Chair. Here it goes: The Sandalwood Chair The old lady sits in her sandalwood chair. She is reading to him, but he is not there. The table is laid, where once they had played, Canasta and rummy… Continue reading The Sandalwood Chair

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The Peaceful Lion and the Nagging Crow

Title: The Peaceful Lion and the Nagging Crow  Author: Assaf Marcus Illustrations by: Malgorzata Godziuk For those of you who doesn't know, I have three kids - all boys - and being around them either gives me peace of mind or chaotic heartbeats. It's never easy raising a bunch of kids but I thought I… Continue reading The Peaceful Lion and the Nagging Crow

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Circus of Lost Souls

Title: Circus of Lost Souls Authors: Riley J Ford and Rebecca Hamilton Kindle Edition, 244 pages Published December 22nd 2013 Cirque du Lune is killing off teenagers, but it's all part of the act. Or is it? As the body count rises with each performance, one girl at this infamous theater-based summer finds herself contemplating… Continue reading Circus of Lost Souls

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Past Aghast

Title: Past Aghast (Jack Bass Black Cloud Chronicles) Author: Edwin Dasso M.D. Kindle Edition; 448 pages Published September 2012 You read about it in the headlines - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has been blamed for a number of issues for war veterans but has it turned a man that people respect into a serial… Continue reading Past Aghast

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Winter Solstice Winter

Title: WINTER SOLSTICE WINTER  (A Viking Blood Saga - Book I) Author: E. J. Squires Kindle Edition; 464 pages Published September 2013 In the land where ruthless Vikings and ominous shape-shifters roam free Eiess usurps the Northlandic Throne and suspends the seasons on Winter Solstice. Lucia, heir to the Northlandic Throne, is taken prisoner and wastes… Continue reading Winter Solstice Winter