Admission: I don’t own a copy of the AP Style Guide. I really should. It would probably save me a lot of time when writing articles. I do, however, now own a pretty useful little book called English Idioms And Expressions For Everyone, Yes, Even You! Yea, the name’s a bit long but it’s much […]
Although this book has a crazy long name, it’s not that long at all. The brevity and format make it great for reading while waiting or wasting time. It’s not one that requires a lot of attention and it’s easy to put down and pick back up again. This book is essentially several lists of […]
I first heard of this book on Lavish because some of the ladies were excited that it’s being made into a movie. Then, when I asked for some light reading on GoodReads, someone suggested it there. The next time I ordered from Amazon, I purchased the book along with two others. Now, I hadn’t heard […]
I’ll admit, when I was offered a copy of The Medium Next Door to review and giveaway, I didn’t know anything bout Maureen Hancock. No offense, I’d just never heard of her but it seemed different and I was looking for a break from my typical fantasy novels. Needless to say, I also had no […]
In an attempt to break away from the type of reading I’ve been doing for, literally, years, I decided to review a fiction book about “one woman’s journey through a midlife makeover” when One2One Network offered the opportunity. Here, Home, Hope is a shorter, easy read by Kaira Rouda and absolutely fit the bill at […]
Home-Ec 101 into one of their boxes and cross your fingers that they read it. Otherwise, I’d probably pass this one up. Thanks to One2One Network for this opportunity!
I may not be an idiot but I’ve found the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Dating to be a pretty useful book. It was actually my first “Idiot’s Guide” book and, after having read it, I can see why it’s such a popular series. This particular book is authored by Dr. Judy Kuriansky, a clinical psychologist […]