Holding on Loosely – LSBBT

HOLDING ON LOOSELY by DANA KNOX WRIGHT Genre: Narrative Nonfiction / Memoir / Self Help Publisher: Carpenter's Son / Clovercroft Publishing Date of Publication: August 24, 2021 Number of Pages: 208 pages Scroll down for giveaway! Helicopter parents. Control freaks. Perfectionists. Intolerants. Over-consumers. Social media junkies. We all fit in there somewhere. Read one woman’s … Continue reading Holding on Loosely – LSBBT

What the Hell Just Happened: From Brain Injury to Breast Cancer and Bereavement – Overcoming Adversity by Mark & Jules Kennedy

My last blog of Finalists in the Book Talk Radio Club Award is a non-fiction book.  Husband and wife team Mark & Jules Kennedy created, in their own voices, a recollection of some incredibly intense years in their marriage.  To bare their souls to the public takes courage but once you read this book you … Continue reading What the Hell Just Happened: From Brain Injury to Breast Cancer and Bereavement – Overcoming Adversity by Mark & Jules Kennedy

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

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

Write to Heal: Seven Women, Seven Triumphs, Collected by Dr. Karen Maxfield-Lunkin

I am always amazed at people who can open themselves up and share so much of their lives on paper for the world to see.  These seven women are incredible, not only in their stories but in their strength and ability to allow the reader an opportunity to step into their worlds and at the … Continue reading Write to Heal: Seven Women, Seven Triumphs, Collected by Dr. Karen Maxfield-Lunkin

Thriving Not Surviving: The 5 Secret Pathways To Happiness, Success and Fulfilment by Gina Gardiner

This book won Best in Self-Help/Inspirational, and after reading it, I can understand why. Using her own story as a base, the author easily leads you along the pathways that she richly describes and illuminates.  While many self-help books tend to tell you how easy a change can be, this author has a much more … Continue reading Thriving Not Surviving: The 5 Secret Pathways To Happiness, Success and Fulfilment by Gina Gardiner

Hope and Other Superpowers: A Life-Affirming, Love-Defending, Butt-Kicking, World-Saving Manifesto by John Pavlovitz

  Are you a superhero?  You just might have what it takes, a superpower, and not even realize it.  This author uses Super Heroes and their attributes as well as things that may be your kryptonite to show the reader how they can deal with their current world.  Whether it be outside forces or internal … Continue reading Hope and Other Superpowers: A Life-Affirming, Love-Defending, Butt-Kicking, World-Saving Manifesto by John Pavlovitz