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One Little Secret

February 25th, 2008

Author: Allison Bottkewww.allisonbottke.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos Ursula wonders what will happen now. It is true that she will have some extra time on her hands: her husband is aggressively pursuing that partnership in the law firm and her children are off creating their futures and she is slightly less needed on the home front. She consoles herself that it isn\’t so bad; she has a vibrant life meeting with friends, spending time on Junior League activities and possibly giving piano lessons again. She is not at all worried about filling her newly acquired freedom and toys with the... Read More

Who, Me? Paranoid? Humor, Humor Everywhere

February 25th, 2008

Author: Erica Stuxwww.authorsden.com/ericastux Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson If you find you\’re short on time, but want something to read that\’s cute, lightly entertaining, and “relatable,” then you might want to test drive, Who, Me? Paranoid? by Erica Stux. It could be this short, humorous book full of daily observations is just the ticket for you. Her stories, such as husbands who think opening the freezer and staring is a sport, or another one where the author says she\’s “running a household with the deductive reasoning of Sherlock Holmes and the intuition... Read More

Ahead of Your Time: A Complete Guide for End- of-Life Planning

February 25th, 2008

Author: Dick and Sue Coffinwww.aheadofyourtime.net Reviewed By: Dotsie Bregel This is one of the best books you can give a loved one if they understand the beauty of planning for death and dying. It is also a helpful book for baby boomers who like to plan ahead. The Coffins offer a complete guidebook for the end of life choices that will help you and your loved ones feel comforted prior to a death. Who better to write the book than a couple who owns Rogan\’s Memorials and deals with dying regularly. The book allows opportunities to make your wishes known before faced with the death and... Read More

Trees are Bare

February 25th, 2008

Author: Pamela Marie BrownOn Amazon Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos When caring for a loved one who is dying, one finds themselves dipping down and drawing form pools of strength in order to aid the mind, body and spirit during an attempt to minister comfort. Trees are Bare chronicles the months Pamela Marie Brown spent attending to her mother, helping her wage a battle against the cancer that eventually took her life. She transitions through sadness, grief, despair, anger… and finds a way to enable herself to serve her mother with compassion. Brown acknowledges how difficult the journey was;... Read More

How to stay dry as a pug

January 29th, 2008

Author: Cupid JakubiakVisit my web site! Reviewed By: Michelle Jakubiak Absolutely amazing book! I learned a lot and now wear my raincoat whenever it\’s drizzly outside.  Read More