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Review: The You in You by Wilbert Hunt

The You in You by Wilbert Hunt

★★★★ Human beings have long been fascinated by the idea of something beyond this world; whether you want to call it the afterlife, a higher consciousness or even another dimension, it perennially intrigues the imagination. In The You in You, author Wilbert Hunt explains his own relationship to this other realm, accessed through out-of-body experiences. Hunt methodically takes readers through ... Read More »

Review: Littles by Tate Thomson

Littles by Tate Thomson

★★★★★ Littles by Tate Thomson is a charming children’s book for very young kids (3-5) about all of the bugs around us. Using just a few words a page, and enormously expressive illustrations, this is a book that is full of energy that kids will want to come back to again and again. It would also work very well as ... Read More »

Review: Becoming the Wolf by R.H. Neil

Becoming the Wolf by R.H. Neil

★★★★ Certain thrillers have the ring of truth to them, which is often the case with authors who have had storied lives of their own. This is definitely true of R.H. Neil, the author of Becoming the Wolf - the first installment of a gripping new detective series. The premise of a hardworking police officer who feels trapped by the ... Read More »

Review: A Blaze of Beginnings (The Family Crest Book 1) by A.K. Rohner

A Blaze of Beginnings (The Family Crest Book 1) by A.K. Rohner

★★★½ It doesn’t take long for the excitement to start in A Blaze of Beginnings, the new novel by A.K. Rohner, as readers are dropped right in the middle of a family mystery that could change all of their lives forever. What unfolds is a coming-of-age tale with more than a few supernatural twists, as Aaron James, the intrepid teenage ... Read More »

Review: The Night Everything Fell Apart (The Nephilim Book 1) by Joy Nash

The Night Everything Fell Apart (The Nephilim Book 1)

★★★★★ Creating a compelling fantasy story with an original, solid plot line is no easy feat, and to combine that with rich, well-developed characters is even more rare. In The Night Everything Fell Apart, veteran author Joy Nash spins a fast-paced tale of partnership, loyalty, betrayal, lust, good and evil that will have readers hungry for the next installment. The ... Read More »

Review: Awakening: Bloodline Book One by Tiera Rice

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★★★★½ Tapping into the paranormal and vampire market has been the goal for many YA and fiction writers in recent years, and while the genre feels full to bursting, certain gems stand out, like Awakening from Tiera Rice. The first book of the Bloodline series, this novel creates two gripping tales for readers to enjoy, separated by 600 years, but ... Read More »

Review: How to Befriend, Tame, Manage, and Teach Your Black Dog Called Depression Using CBT by Dr. James Manning

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★★★★ How to Befriend, Tame, Manage, and Teach Your Black Dog Called Depression Using CBT by Dr. James Manning is a thorough overview of the causes and solutions of depression. Both a sufferer from depression at a very young age, and now a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, with a number of books tackling depression and anxiety, Dr. Manning takes on this difficult ... Read More »