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Is It Simple Forgetfulness Or The Real Thing?

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Barbara Friesnerwww.agewiseliving.com Reviewed By: Dotsie Bregel Barbara offers a lovely presentation for those wondering if a loved one is experiencing dementia. Presented professionally with clarity, excellent tone, and instrumental music between segments, you will learn how to discern if a loved one needs medical attention, and if so, how to get the most appropriate care. Once a diagnosis is made, she then takes you through the next steps by sharing personal examples from her life of caring for her grandmother and mother. Barbara admits she is not a physician, however our best advice... Read More

Funky To Fabulous

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Eli Davidsonwww.funkytofabulous.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos Those of us who have embarked on creating positive change in our lives know how daunting this journey can be. Whether the struggle is with weight, unfulfilled financial or personal goals, or with patterns of negativity that we just can\’t seem to break, Eli Davidson\’s Funky to Fabulous uses humor, wit, and sound advice to identify those struggles and then, catapults us forward. A motivational speaker and an Authentic Success Coach with a master\’s degree in Spiritual Psychology, Eli is creative, upbeat,... Read More

The Sequoia Seed

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Karen Wrightwww.wrightminded.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos Author Karen Wright, has compiled a meaningful collection of true stories written by her faithful followers at www.wrightminded.com. She combined the accounts of lives touched by hardship with words of wisdom to shed light on troubling circumstances in our own lives. Written from the premise that even the smallest of changes breathes wonder, power and strength into the lives we seek to create for ourselves, Sequoia Seeds moves to instill hope in our hearts. Who better to teach than those who have “been there?” Wright... Read More

Ricochet

April 2nd, 2008

Author: p.m. terrellwww.pmterrell.com Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson What happens when you\’re at the wrong place, at the wrong time? Murder, mayhem, and a trail that is so full of high-voltage action there\’s no time to catch your breath. Ride with Shelia Carpenter, FBI Academy student, and her mentor, Steve Moran, as they ricochet from State to State uncovering America\’s worst nightmare; one of murder, identity theft, and terrorism. Shelia, the sole witness to attempted mass murder, accidentally discovers a cryptic note left by her Mother and against all odds, begins to... Read More

A Stitch in Time

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Allison Bottkewww.godallowsuturns.com Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson In this debut novel, the main character, Dee Decker has many decisions forced upon her and she knows these choices could alter her life forever. She\’s nonetheless determined to bring love, purpose and meaning back into her life. So on the heels of her husband\’s infidelity, Dee moves forward on her own, and does so with a vengeance; and a divorce in the making. She\’s takes on a new job, in a new state, and . . . in a new state of mind. Excited by her own boldness in reinventing her image with gastric... Read More

Falling in Love Again

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Monica Morris, PhDwww.monicabmorris.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos In this “mature woman\’s guide to finding romantic fulfillment” the reader finds a plethora of sound advice and information. Women embarking on the dating scene after either a divorce or the death of a loved-one will find this guide sensible, practical and enlightening—dispelling some of the fears that come with “getting back out there.” Dr. Morris answers questions dealing with online dating, future sexual relations, and everything in- between. She includes a chapter titled “Useful... Read More

Sex, Age, & Menopause

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Hanna G. Rubywww.sexageandmenopause.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos Hanna G. Ruby takes us on a wandering exploration causing us to consider where we learned our perceptions of the aging woman. As we age and our bodies change, our relationships grow or take different shape, and our roles become altered. Where are we as sexual beings? Ruby recommends that we hold onto our vibrant and spiritual sexual selves as we approach our post- menopausal years. However, society needs to create better images of the aging woman to make this easier. She shares examples from Eastern cultures that enable... Read More

Don\’t Sleep with a Bubba, Unless Your Eggs are in Wheelchairs

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Susan Reinhardtwww.susanreinhardt.com Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson Get ready-get set-laugh! Warning! When reading Susan Reinhardt\’s latest book, “Don\’t Sleep with a Bubba, Unless Your Eggs are in Wheelchairs,” do NOT drink any liquids or operate heavy machinery. Syndicated columnist Susan Reinhardt gives everyone a peak–more like a front row seat–into her personal life and let me say laughingly, nothing is sacred. Her observations and antidotes will have you doubled over in one chapter, and then tearing up in the next as she goes from domestic... Read More

Don\’t Call Me Mother

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Linda Joy Myerswww.memoriesandmemoirs.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos In this healing memoir, Linda Joy Myers fits together the jagged and irregular pieces of her childhood in an effort to mend her spirit. Images are beautifully crafted (through the use of prose that are both poetic and rich) of a life that was riddled with abuse, neglect and abandonment. She discovers that the same pattern of abuse has plagued the women in her family for generations. As an accomplished musician and writer, Myers is masterful at artistic expression. She allows the reader into her troubled world—we... Read More

Got Teeth? A Survivor\’s Guide: How to keep your teeth or live without them!

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Saundra Goodmanwww.gotteethguide.com Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson If you think reading a book on dental care will make your eyes glaze over-think again. Got Teeth? A Survivor\’s Guide was informative, most educational, and very entertaining. Saundra Goodman has combined years of research with her own personal journey through periodontal disease which resulted in the loss of half of her own teeth and her only option, dentures. Think you know all you need to know as far as good oral hygiene is concerned? Again I say-think again. For instance, here\’s a little something... Read More