Archive | April, 2022

The Good Client

This is book one in the Mitch Turner legal thriller series by Dan Decker. I’m amid reading them all because, if you’re like me, you love a good series and a great protagonist. Against his better judgement, defense attorney Mitch Turner agrees to defend his law clerk Timothy Cooper when accused of murdering his estranged […]

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6 Picks: Kid’s Books Celebrating Mother Earth

Mothers give us life, bring us comfort, and offer security. These too are the very gifts we derive from nature. From her nourishing elements to her abundant resources, Mother Earth provides continuous care for her children and intertwines her vital role with ours, establishing the foundation for a mutually beneficial relationship. Weaving facts and fascinating […]

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The War Widow

This historical fiction release by Tara Moss is a cleverly woven tale of love, mystery, and empowerment, set in 1946 Sydney, Australia. It might sound like a strange combination, but it’s my take. I’ll tell you why. First, I love the protagonist, Billie Walker, a war widow who’s taken over her late father’s struggling detective—or, […]

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The Miracle Morning

Author Hal Elrod has built quite a following with The Miracle Morning series. He wrote the book to share with the world what he discovered had helped him achieve great success in his personal and professional life. Yet Elrod is not sharing these pearls of wisdom lightly. He’s overcome a major professional setback, a tragic […]

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The Yoga Mind: 52 Essential Principles of Yoga Philosophy to Deepen Your Practice

 Bilingual yoga teacher, author and motivational speaker, Rina Jakubowicz has put together a weekly plan for deepening yoga practices and further understanding yoga philosophy. This book is ideal for practitioners, students and anyone seeking to understand yoga terminology a little better. It’s not a long laborious read designed to demystify Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, but rather […]

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Book Craft Spotlight Q&A With Tina P. Schwartz

Many writers and authors get stuck. They’re uncertain what they need to do to get their books in the hands of publishers and onto readers. Sometimes it’s lack of motivation, other times, it’s getting sidelined by rejections. That’s where coaching comes in. Working with a book coach, helps authors overcome mental and physical barriers along […]

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The Most Dangerous Duke In London

Saucy romance readers will celebrate the bold adventures in Madeline Hunter’s first installment of the Decadent Duke Series. Set to avenge his family’s dismissal by the ton, Adam Penrose, Duke of Stratton sets his sights on the eldest daughter of his sworn enemy. Clara might have peaked Adam’s interest but she has little desire to […]

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