Feeling Good: Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday Life by Cheryl Meyer

A few years ago I obtained this author’s book, It Feels Good To Feel Good, Learn to Eliminate Toxins.  I still have it on my shelf, refer to and recommend it often.  When I heard she was publishing this next book, I was first in line. This book expands beyond her first book to children, … Continue reading Feeling Good: Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday Life by Cheryl Meyer

Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in A Digital Age by Sherry Turkle

When someone in my book club picked this book, I was less than thrilled.  While I do love non-fiction, another read of why technology is evil was not what I wanted to spend time on.  However, I was wrong (I know, it surprised me too!).  This is an in-depth look at the good and the … Continue reading Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in A Digital Age by Sherry Turkle

Accidental Activist: Justice for the Groveland Four by Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman

Be sure to read to the bottom as the authors are offering a chance to win this book! When Barbara Venkataraman reached out to see if I would be interested in reading a book she co-authored with her son, I was surprised.  I enjoy her cozy mystery series as well as her entertaining essay collections … Continue reading Accidental Activist: Justice for the Groveland Four by Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman

The Complete Revision Workbook For Writers – Tools for a Polished Novel By Arielle Haughee

I won this book to pass on to one of my very new to craft authors.  It looked like it could be helpful.  But before passing it on I decided to read it myself.   I’m glad I did because this is now going on my recommendation list for all new and even some experienced writers. … Continue reading The Complete Revision Workbook For Writers – Tools for a Polished Novel By Arielle Haughee

“I Was Just A Radioman” The Memoirs of a WW2, Pearl Harbor Survivor, Compiled by Pamela Ackerson

Wandering the aisles at the Indie Book Fest in Orlando, I noticed this book.  Non-fiction for me is a treat and something I reward myself with when the fiction world is surrounding me.  This book may be small but it is mighty in its story and photos.  The pages contain a collection of memories and … Continue reading “I Was Just A Radioman” The Memoirs of a WW2, Pearl Harbor Survivor, Compiled by Pamela Ackerson

The Tricycle Way: How to Stop Racing Through Life and Start Enjoying the Ride by Sanjog Aul

This self help book takes the unique perspective of putting together a Tricycle to illustrate ways to structure your life.  From the cushioned seat being your gratitude to the handlebars representing your purpose, the author takes you step by step.  Using a substory of three characters, he reinforces many of the concepts with continuing examples … Continue reading The Tricycle Way: How to Stop Racing Through Life and Start Enjoying the Ride by Sanjog Aul