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Book Review: The Joy Plan by Kaia Roman

Book Details: Title: The Joy Plan Author: Kaia Roman Genre: Self-Help, Memoir Publisher: Sourcebooks Publication Date: July 14th, 2017 Note: I received a copy of this book for free in return for an honest review.   My thoughts on the book: I have been surprised by a lot of books this year, more so than over the last few years, and I hope this will be a continuous trend, as

Book Review: Invisible by Hanos – A Transformational Book That Changes The Way You Look At The World

Book Details: Title: Invisible – The Hidden Reality Of Our Lives Author: Hanos Publisher: Sazmick Books Publication Date: July 8th, 2017 Genre: Self-help, Transformational My thoughts: I like books that surprise me, and lately, I have been confronted with a few books, fiction as well as non-fiction who have taken me out of my comfort zone, yet were a pleasant find. Invisible was one of them. While it pushes you to

Book Review: Epicurus And The Pleasant Life by Haris Dimitriadis - An Interesting Book On The Natural Philosophy of Life

Book Details Title: Epicurus and the Pleasant Life Author: Haris Dimitriadis Publisher: Independent Publication Date: May 31st, 2017 Genre: Philosophy   My thoughts: The first thing I want to mention is that I was not familiar with the subject. Sure, I have read books on Greek philosophy, but none featuring Epicurus, like in  Epicurus and the Pleasant Life. The subject intrigued me though, and considering that this book is available

Book Review: Moonlight (Moon Series Book One) by Lisa Kessler

Book Details: Title: Moonlight Author: Lisa Kessler Publisher:  Macmillian Publication Date: July 15, 2013 Genre: Paranormal Romance My thoughts: This is another book that makes me throw away some of the preconceived notions I have about what I like in books, and what I don’t like in books. First of all, I am always very careful about shifter stories, as they are many times not very well developed. Moonlight is

Book Review: One Heart, Many Gods - The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Devotional Polytheism

Book Details: Title: One Heart, Many Gods Author: Lucy Valunos Publisher: Amazon Publication Date: August 7th, 2016 Genre: Spirituality, Paganism   My thoughts: I am not new to the subject, but after a few people had recommended this book for new practitioners of polytheism, I decided to find out what all of the fuss was about. First of all, this One Heart, Many Gods is short, more of a booklet,

Book Review: Discover Your Master Chakra by Stephanie Larson

Book Details: Title: Discover Your Master Chakra Author: Stephanie Larson Publisher: Llewellyn Publications Publication Date: February, 8th, 2017 Genre: Health, Mind and Body, Non-Fiction   My Review: I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. I am somewhat familiar with the chakra system, so I thought this book would be pretty interesting when I first read the summary. And it truly was. Written in

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Hi, everyone! This week I am going to start a new feature for this blog. It is called “This Week In Books” and here is how I envision it to be. It will cover books news I have not written about yet but thought you might be interested in discovering. It will showcase links to other book bloggers and sites that contain author interviews or anything else book lovers could

Book Review: Success – The Psychology of Achievement by Dr. Deborah Olson

Book Details Title: Success – The Psychology of Achievement Author: Dr. Deborah Olson Publisher: DK Publishing Publication Date: January 3rd, 2017 Genre: Self-help My review: My first impression of Success – The Psychology of Achievement was that I was surprised and happy about the sheer volume of information that this book contains. There is a lot to read here, so I suggest that you take your time working yourself through

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Book Details: Title: Luke Author: Emily March Publisher: Publication Date: Genre: Romance My review I picked up this book because I am a fan of Emily March’s Eternity Spring Series, which is, in my opinion, one of the best romance novel series out there. So I began reading this book with high hopes. Luke by Emily March begins interesting enough, and by that I mean, that starts with enough tension

Book Review: Me, Myself And Lies For Young Women by Jennifer Rothchild

Book Details: Title: Me, Myself, And Lies For Young Women Author: Jennifer Rothchild Publisher: Harvest House Publications Publication Date: May 1st, 2017 Genre: Christian, Teens and Young Adult I have received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review My review: I picked up this Me, Myself, And Lies For Young Women in my attempt to read more diverse books that are outside of my faith,