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Leaders surround yourself with inspiring, authentic, true leaders those are people who show compassion as well as follow through in what they say and showing empathy towards others you aren’t authentic if you do not have all of those qualities now, to surround yourself with inspiring people like that will help you grow as aContinue reading “Thursday Thoughts”

Book Review: The Summer Theatre By The Sea

Plot: Charlotte Saunders has always loved the buzz of city life. So, when she finds herself abruptly fired and dumped in one fell swoop, she’s devastated to have to swap her London home for the sleepy town of Penmullion, Cornwall, to move in with her estranged sister. But Lauren Saunders has problems of her own.Continue reading “Book Review: The Summer Theatre By The Sea”

Friday Special: Announcement!

I just wanted you all to know that having reviewed books for many years I have been inspired to write my first novel (yay!) I am in the latter stages of editing and at present I am activiely seeking an agent to represent me. This is a formidable task as I know there so manyContinue reading “Friday Special: Announcement!”

BookClub Reads: In Five Years

Plot: Where do you see yourself in five years? Type-A Manhattan lawyer Dannie Kohan has been in possession of her meticulously crafted answer since she understood the question. On the day that she nails the most important job interview of her career and gets engaged to the perfect man, she’s well on her way toContinue reading “BookClub Reads: In Five Years”

Book Review: The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

Plot: Charlie is a freshman. And while he’s not the biggest geek in the school, he is by no means popular. Shy, introspective, intelligent beyond his years yet socially awkward, he is a wallflower, caught between trying to live his life and trying to run from it. Charlie is attempting to navigate his way throughContinue reading “Book Review: The Perks Of Being A Wallflower”

Book Review: The Dress Makers Secret

Plot: Italy, 1819. Emilia Barton and her mother Sarah live a nomadic existence, travelling from town to town as itinerant dressmakers to escape their past. When they settle in the idyllic coastal town of Pesaro, Emilia desperately hopes that, this time, they have found a permanent home. But when Sarah is brutally attacked by anContinue reading “Book Review: The Dress Makers Secret”

Thursday Thoughts

surroundings i am surrounded by good natured people those that have an old memory of unconfident me would say otherwise as they are people that need deeply medicated help in order to properly reflect on their life by surrounding yourself with those that are always there to listen, to help, to encourage, to inspire youContinue reading “Thursday Thoughts”

Book Review: Almost Home

Plot: Madisen eloquently analyzes some of life’s universal themes within the framework of a house. Whether it’s the garden, the bedroom, or the front porch, Madisen takes you into her own “home,” sharing some of the most intimate parts of her life so that you might also, someday, feel free to share some of yours.Continue reading “Book Review: Almost Home”

Book Review: A Trade in Tears

Plot: Morag, “Mo” has it all. A happy go lucky, free-spirited student and martial arts enthusiast, she’s on top of the world until she finds Cindy beaten and bloodied in the graveyard – ultimately shining a light into unknown shadows of her own childhood. Cindy, eighteen with her whole future in front of her, hasContinue reading “Book Review: A Trade in Tears”

BookClub Reads: The Mango Season

Plot: Every young Indian leaving the homeland for the United States is given the following orders by their parents: Don’t eat any cow (It’s still sacred!), don t go out too much, save (and save, and save) your money, and most important, do “not” marry a foreigner. Priya Rao left India when she was twentyContinue reading “BookClub Reads: The Mango Season”

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