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Review: Ahe’ey by Jamie Le Fay

★★★★ Ahe'ey by Jamie Le Fay

Morgan Lua, founder of the Hope Foundation for Empowerment of Girls is strong and imaginative, with many ideas on what it means to be a young woman in her world. Gabriel Warren is an angel of sorts, a CIA agent assigned to keep her safe.…

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Review: Baby Boomer Entrepreneur by Oreste J. D’Aversa

★★★½ Baby Boomer Entrepreneur by Oreste J. D'Aversa

A manual for business ownership, Baby Boomer Entrepreneur: Implementing the Boomer Business Success System® targets those who because of when they were born (1946-1964) have challenges to overcome and skills to utilize in the pursuit of financial security. Outlining ways that boomers can start a new business late in life, D’Aversa also focuses on more personal issues, such as finding your life’s purpose, and applying that to your business.…

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Review: Shredded by Charles O’Donnell

★★★★★ Shredded by Charles O'Donnell

With a splash of Orwellian dystopia and a frighteningly timely plot, Shredded, the new novel from Charles O’Donnell, challenges the creature comforts we have come to love in our newly digitized world, and poses a terrifying question: What if privacy could be completely erased?…

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Review: Skip’s Legacy by Edward “Skip” Biron

★★★★ Skip's Legacy by Edward "Skip" Biron

It is the dream of most people to live a life worth writing stories about. In Skip’s Legacy, a memoir by Edward “Skip” Biron, readers are introduced to a remarkable man and his fast-paced, spontaneous and impactful life. The details that the author remembers from more than 5 decades of life make for an exceptional read, as though this were a journal, rather than a memoir.…

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