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Convict Dad Writes His Children

This is a letter from a father needing a second chance even if it is behind bars. This father can teach his children from his mistakes. We have so many fathers behind bars that need to allow their children to know their regrets just so their children can have confirmation of regrets....More...

Bring Back My Heart

I take it backI'm sorry, we were good and rightYour love is gone and I don't want to be alone tonight...More...

The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss - An Unbiased Review

Since being published in 2007, and hitting #1 on the most prestigious business sales rankings, The Four Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss has gotten a lot of mixed reviews.Obviously since it has done so well in its sales numbers, people like something about it.I have seen and heard that many people ...More...

Book Review For "One Snowy Knight"

"One Snowy Knight" is excellent storytelling, full of wishes, hopes, and romance. Macgillivray sets her story in 1296 against a lush Scottish yuletide. "One Snowy Knight" is book three in the "Dragons of Challon" series, but stands alone well....More...

Using the Job Search Checklist

Job loss can be one of the most devastating experiences in a person's life. Regardless of someone's education, income, or job level, job loss can trigger a personal and professional identity crisis. After personally going through job loss four times, Damian Birkel speaks from experience wh...More...

A Book Review of Waiting for the Cubs, Written by Floyd Sullivan

Avid Cubs fan Floyd Sullivan introduces us to his entire multi-generational family of "Cubbed-Up" baseball fans, in his book Waiting for the Cubs: The 2008 Season, the Hundred-Year Slump and One Fan's Lifelong Vigil. The book was released in 2010 by McFarland & Company. He chronicles ...More...

Rich Dad Poor Dad Book Review

Imagine going to work tomorrow and telling your boss that this will be your last day, or better yet, just stop showing up completely.Some may call that irresponsible; others may call that a drastic measures but for some, it is a viable option after reading the book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosa...More...

Book Review: How To Make Money Blogging By Bob Lotich

If you blog (like I do), or if you're thinking about starting a blog, I would recommend reading How to Make Money Blogging by Bob Lotich. It is a free, short, and direct book giving great, and specific, suggestions on how to start seeing some revenue from your blog....More...

The Filthy Thirteen - From the Dustbowl to Hitler's Eagle's Nest

I read "The Filthy Thirteen - From the Dustbowl to Hitler's Eagle's Nest: The 101st Airborne's Most Legendary Squad of Combat Paratroopers" by Richard Killblane and Jake McNiece as research for a project I'm working on, and am glad I did, because I really enjoyed the st...More...

Lewis Carroll's Hunting Of The Snark Poem, and Its Layers of Meaning

Lewis Carroll prefaces his 'far-from-nonsense poem' with an explanation for one of the lines, which seafaring people of his time (the Victorian era when the British Navy held sway over the seas) may have objected to as being not only improbable but impossible. He articulates how this could...More...

PAT Testing: Know Some Essential Point About It

PAT Testing also known by various names such as, PAT or PAT Inspection or Portable Appliance Testing, is a process prevalent across United Kingdom. Under this procedure, electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety. This process of testing acquires special significance where you are runnin...More...

A Book Review Of - There's No Such Thing As Business Ethics

"There's No Such Thing As Business Ethics," a book by John C. Maxwell, notes three big scandals, focusing on the white collar crimes by Enron, Adelphia Communications, and Tyco. The author has clearly made the statement that particular cases of fraud show even more damage to business ...More...

Drusilla and Her Dolls by Belle Bacon Bond

This charming true story of a little girl growing up in the 1860s is a loving tribute to the author's mothera woman wise enough to honor the sacred spaces of childhood and the holy spirit of her child's originality. An only child, Drusilla made playfellows of her doll collection. Her gentl...More...

The Boundless Ecstasy

The ripple sea and lagoon shelter of Caribbean Islands has always been a source of joy and happiness to Mr. Arnold Gibson and Ms. Joyce Gibson. They enjoyed their periodical business trips in perfect environments. They hold the strategic planning session along with their board of directors on their ...More...

There's Nothing Like...The Joys of Love

Sometimes it's important to put in words just why we love someone. And in that awe and amazement this expresses how "There's Nothing Like" the wonder of the love this woman feels for the man in her world....More...

"Dragon Queen" by Jayel Gibson: Book Review

"Dragon Queen" is set in the mythical world of dracmor, a place resembling the legendary times of Arthurian Britain. As the first book in the "Ancient Mirrors" series, "Dragon Queen" is rich in details of scenery and background information to firmly establish dracmor in...More...