Category Archives: book reviews

Life in a Conversation

Life in a Conversation I’m on a once-a-month author interview series, having kicked off the New Year with the divine Ms. Shey and her Mr. (and just lovely they were). Today, I’m talking to Geoff Le Pard — a man of many … Continue reading

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Miriamne the Magdala

                                     Miriamne the Magdala         The First Chapter in the Yeshua and Miri Novel Series Miriamne the Magdala written by … Continue reading

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An American Tragedy

Well, luckily for me, the holidays were filled with many things to be grateful for:  things that make your heart soar, like extended time with family and friends; things that support your physical 3D body such as clean air and … Continue reading

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Some Things You Keep

      I admire those who have the courage to write a memoir. I don’t. Memoirs are so raw and vulnerable, like an open wound you can’t stop picking at — but what if you could write your way … Continue reading

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The Code

The Code Have you dabbled in numerology, but found that the numbers never add up right? Are you enamored of feng shui, but find its overgeneralized process coupled with its rigid application and innumerable fixes to be indecipherable? Have you … Continue reading

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Magnolia City

Magnolia City Magnolia City, Duncan Alderson’s first novel reads like Gossip Girl for the South. Experience the glory days of Houston in the 1920’s, the days that gave the city its oomph, its architecture, and its arrogant charm, when oil … Continue reading

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6000 Days of Us

To me, opening a book, especially one I’ve been anticipating is like opening a gift from a friend, and when the book was written by a friend and explains in detail years of old mysteries, things the friend never had … Continue reading

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Orphan Train

Orphan Train “[T]he people who matter in our lives stay with us, haunting our most ordinary moments. They’re with us in the grocery store, as we turn a corner, chat with a friend. They rise up through the pavement; we … Continue reading

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What To Do When It’s Your Turn

What To Do When It’s Your Turn [And It’s Always Your Turn]      Reading Seth Godin is like a slow steady rain after a long drought. Your brain soaks up the wisdom like microbes in the soil soak up … Continue reading

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