Fiction

My Life in Middlemarch

Annette Kristynik

4 Stars

My Thoughts:It's wonderful to slow down from my hectic academic type books, by reading a book that's slow-paced and…

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The Power of Love

Rosanne Sharkey

3.5 Stars

I recently finished Ruby by Cynthia Bond a rather unusual book for me.   Ruby hears voices, imagines delivering the…

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Review: O, Africa!

Danna Wilson

1 Star

I honestly couldn't get into this book. I read about fifty pages and then quit because it was kinda boring. I went into it with high hopes…

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This Book Unlocks the Truths of Life

Reedhima Mandlik

4.5 Stars

I told myself when I started this book that all the quotes on the cover simply weren’t true. There was no way this book would make me…

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Incest and ableism

Tez Miller

3 Stars

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Incest, ableism.The US cover sparked my interest, and the setting of Eden includes flora and fauna of which…

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Non-Fiction

"The Skies Belong to Us, by Brendan I. Koerner

Mike Safford

4 Stars

The Skies Belong to Us", by Brendan I. Koerner, is the story of the one of the most turbulent times.  This time period involved the Viet…

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The Charles Schwab Guide to Finances After Fifty

Theresa F

4.5 Stars

The Charles Schwab Guide to Finances After Fifty by Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz with Joanne Cuthbertson will help you to prepare for retirement…

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Unbelievable Story

Louis Zinc II

5 Stars

When a person has a nightmare, they tend to fear such thoughts coming true. This story is one of those nightmarish stories that is…

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Essential Reading for those 50 and Over

Susan Irwin

5 Stars

This is an excellent resource that covers nearly every financial situation that can arise for those who are preparing for or already…

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Not Bad Puff Piece

Richard Jones

4 Stars

This is basically a puff piece on Secretary Clinton. It covers her defeat in 2008 and her subsequent rise.

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Cooking & Food

Cookbook Review: The Chopped Cookbook

Amanda Keeton

4 Stars

How many of you watch Food Network? I'm guessing there are quite a few of you that do! One of my favorite shows to watch is Chopped, so I…

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Meat and Potatoes

Chrystal Dorsey

3 Stars

This is truly a cookbook about meat. The prologue for each category of meat contained some very helpful information about the various cuts of…

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A soda fountain in my home!

Christine Martin-Resotko

5 Stars

"The Soda Fountain" is one of the best cookbooks I have ever read.  It starts with a great history of the soda fountain in the US,…

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The South In Your Mouth

Melissa Fenton

5 Stars

Before I even opened up this book, the way the textured cover and heft of it felt in my hand made me want to love it. And then when I flipped…

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My Paris Kitchen

Alise Napp

4.5 Stars

When I went to select my first book, I floundered around through the different categories for a bit before spotting this cover. How can…

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Business

Don't Blame the Curmudgeons; You Have Been Warned

Todd Pylant

4.5 Stars

Charles Murray, author and social historian, has written several weighty works of great value. I have previously 

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Who Gets Promoted, And Who Doesn't, and Why, Probably Not Because They Read This Book

Jack Jacob

3 Stars

Donald Asher is well-known by many in the business community as the author of a book, now in its second edition, that outlines for them how…

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You can't do it all - Choose less

Lisa Burgess

4.5 Stars

Some may think Essentialism is just another time-management book, but it’s actually a life-prioritizing book. Its main goal is to…

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An Essential read

Kara Bussabarger

5 Stars

This book is about how less is better. It is about making the wisest possible investments of your time and energy doing only what…

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Clearing away the clutter

Paul Jenkins

5 Stars

To be honest, I was expecting much when I agreed to read “Essentialism” for free in exchange for a review.  The title got my attention…

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Entertainment

'Just My Typo' is Just My Type

Tierney Bailey

4.5 Stars

This book gave exactly what I wanted it to deliver. If you're looking for a 'stay up long into the evening reading a conversation piece…

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Typos with Humor

Christi Iffergan

4 Stars

I received my copy in the mail and was laughing as soon as I read the cover!  For anyone looking for some light humor,  this fits…

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Dear Luke, We Need to Talk, Darth: And Other Pop Culture Correspondences

Jennifer Greene

5 Stars

This book is so hilarious its ridiculous. I had tears in my eyes several times from laughing so hard. I especially loved the Rejected Super…

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Dad is Fat -- and Pretty Funny, too

H. C. Newton

4 Stars

It's been years -- almost decades since I last read a book by a stand-up comedian.  I used to love them -- you get their act, usually…

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Hilarious!

Zee Ache

4.5 Stars

What a funny book. This makes a great gift or book to have lying around to read when you need a laugh. So funny. I loved it, as did my…

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Faith

Weekly #Book Review

Liz Chapman

4 Stars

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Seasons of Tomorrow, Amish Vines and Orchards, Book 4

Tonya Filleman

5 Stars

The Amish Vines and Orchards series by Cindy Woodsmall is about Rhoda Byler who is an exceptional young woman with a talent with…

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A Beautiful Story Far From the Beaten Path of Today's Christian Novels

Amanda Everett

4 Stars

Benton does it again! Much like her first

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The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn

Gabrielle Wanless

5 Stars

Having not read Lori Benton's first book, I didn't know what to expect. This being my first fictions book I'm reviewing for my…

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Review of Seasons of Tomorrow by Cindy Woodsmall

Kristin Lail

5 Stars

Suggested Age: 12+ Genre: Christian, Amish Fiction This book is exceptional. Cindy Woodsmall is never a…

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Crafts, Home & Hobbies

The New Art Of Capturing Love

Winford Morrisey

4 Stars

I picked this book because I love photography. My first initial thoughts were, "is there really a difference in capturing gay & lesbian…

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All You Need is Love

Laura Aldridge

4 Stars

The photographs are superb.  Pages feature large, vibrant photographs that anyone would be proud to display in their home gallery or…

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Capturing Love

Mindy Koentopp

5 Stars

Now....some of you might be thinking, "Oh my goodness, what is this she is posting..." because this is not my typical book that I would…

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Be Surprised!

Naomi Kinsman

5 Stars

I have to admit, when I picked up Urban Watercolor Sketching by Felix Scheinberger, I thought, I'll just see…

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Review of "The New Colored Pencil"

Lisa Wright

3.5 Stars

As someone who dabbles in colored pencil occasionally, I love browsing through books about colored pencil techniques for something new to…

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Better Living

You can't do it all - Choose less

Lisa Burgess

4.5 Stars

Some may think Essentialism is just another time-management book, but it’s actually a life-prioritizing book. Its main goal is to…

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An Essential read

Kara Bussabarger

5 Stars

This book is about how less is better. It is about making the wisest possible investments of your time and energy doing only what…

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A book for students, parents, teachers & principals

Craig Owens

5 Stars

Nick Vujicic was born without arms or legs, as a result, he said he grew up being a “bully’s dream.” But Nick is an overcomer! He…

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Clearing away the clutter

Paul Jenkins

5 Stars

To be honest, I was expecting much when I agreed to read “Essentialism” for free in exchange for a review.  The title got my attention…

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Almost Everything is Non-Essential

Jason Hanselman

5 Stars

Essentialism is a great read — one of the best book I have read in a long time. One chapter sums up the book very well: Discern – The…

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