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New Novel by Rainbow Rowell!!

A new novel by popular teen writer Rainbow Rowell titled “Carry On” is set to come out October 6th of this year. You may recognize Rainbow Rowell name from popular books: “Eleanor & Park”, ¬†and “Fangirl”. I really enjoy Rowell’s writing, I think it is very unique and it feels (when reading) like you’re connected to the main characters.

The outline from Amazon as “Simon Snow is the worst Chosen One who’s ever been chosen.

That’s what his roommate, Baz, says. And Baz might be evil and a vampire and a¬†complete git, but he’s probably right.

Half the time, Simon can’t even make his wand work, and the other half, he starts something on fire. His mentor’s avoiding him, his girlfriend broke up with him, and there’s a magic-eating monster running around, wearing Simon’s face...

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Western Novel

Western Novel – 2nd in series

I have six books published and available at Amazon.com and Barns&Noble, among other places.
One of which is Wyoming Fervor – a first Western book of a three part series.
Wyoming Fervor 2 will be my 7th book.
Each Wyoming Fervor will contain two western stories.
I have already started Wyoming Fervor 2 and expect to publish in April or May 2015 but I need to raise funds continue reading…

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Edge of Eternity: by Ken Follett (The Century Trilogy, Book 3)

This is a brilliant summary and analysis of Edge of Eternity primarily because of its ability to portray an immensely significant period of history spanning many decades, inundated with turning points and rapid evolution of social political across continents into something that can be digested wholly.

I find this book particularly useful as it gives me a starting point by which I am able to form my views and opinions on the Edge of Eternity without having to waste time on tangential ideology. This summary and analysis directed me right toward the points of contention and dissonance, whereby I could focus singularly on critical analysis for myself...

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Is your Chair Killing You ?

Is Your Chair Killing You? took home the silver medal at the 2014 Global Ebook Awards and received an honorable mention at the 2014 Los Angeles Book Festival.

Sitting for extended periods of time is as bad for your health as smoking cigarettes. And exercising for 30-60 minutes a day isn’t enough to undo the damage from extended periods of sitting. Is Your Chair Killing You? reveals shocking new research showing that sitting for long periods greatly increases your risk of developing obesity, heart disease, diabetes, stroke and cancer. Our bodies were designed to move constantly over the course of the day, but most of us sit for hours a day at work and at home!

You need to workout at work...

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Create iPhone Apps With No Programming

A new KickStarter project is out to benefit all who wants to become an independent business person or just create their great idea that they have thought of. It’s quite simple for anyone. Check out the
KickStarter HERE or continue reading what they are saying.

Create iPhone Apps With NoProgramming

Have you ever tried to create an App?

I think that many people have thought about it and many have looked into building an app but quickly became totally confused and very intimidated by what they saw.

Pull out your smartphone. You probably have an app for navigation, your social networking, your favorite game, and a music app...

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There Be Dragons

There Be Dragons is a gut-wrenching kind of tale. It mixes classic themes of war with stories of gore and creatures. I would say that it was incredibly captivating and kept me focused on what was going to happen next. I love that it takes places kind of back in the day and I think the story was really strengthened by that context. Lots of important things get tossed like honor, love, danger, patriotism. Anyone reading will get a lot out of this book – besides the horror.

Jacobs, Lynch, and Stephens are all powerful characters. The author, Peter Hallett, really allowed them to grow. I appreciate the thoughtfulness that went into writing in such a high-stakes way...

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Key To Immorality

Stanislaw Kapuscinski has written a major body of work that is unparalleled in the genre of self-help/motivational. I considered this to be another gem of his writing. It explores complex and sophisticated subject matter about life, death, and the balance between the two. No other writer has ever been able to take such weighty topics and turn it into a master body of work that is aimed at getting readers to think critically about themselves and their place in life.

I found this book, Key to Immortality very compelling. Many philosophers and historians shy away or are intimidated by the gospels and the teaching of Jesus Christ. However, the author takes that head on with the gospel of Thomas...

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Plague of Love

Plague of Love: Review Coming Soon…


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Limo Bill the Undercover Assasin

Limo Bill is such an exciting book to read for mature audiences. You definitely have to be ready because there is a shock factor with this book. There are lots of moments of vice. Normal, average people don’t live these lives, or maybe they only live these lives for a short while. This detached from reality part of life is what appeals to me the most. I feel like I can take so many of these experiences first hand.

The author, Bill Ames, is a very talented writer – the comedy and humor is executed flawlessly. Everything from timing to the very subtle references of right and wrong make readers really engage with the book. Limo Bill The Undercover Assassin is a special type of character – you think you have him figured out then he surprises you indefinitely...

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Doubt (Among Us Trilogy)

The first book of the Among Us trilogy set the bar very high. It contained dynamic characters and a compelling storyline that was not only unique and original, but crafted to perfection. The author allowed her characters to develop in ways that allowed the reader to get the full picture about their motives, their thoughts, and what decisions would be made. It’s definitely full of adventure, there’s plenty of witty dialogue, and you will be thinking about it for weeks later. Doubt introduced me to an unknown world, to say the least.

I appreciate this body of work by Anne-Rae Vasquez in that it was well-written and flowed naturally...

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