Monthly Archives: November 2015

Book Review: Outliers: The Story of Success

Summary: This book looks at famous successes and tries to see if there are hidden advantages. For instance Canadian professional hockey players are most likely to have been born in the first three months of the year because during pee … Continue reading

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Review of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe

Summary- Evelyn Couch is not at a very good place in life. Her marriage is fulfilling, her children have moved out, and she can’t seem to control her appetite. While visiting her mother in law at the nursing home she … Continue reading

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New Release

Desiring the Doctor is now available on Audible!     Bianca can’t imagine herself falling in love. After fleeing from an abusive husband, the last thing on her mind is romance. Then, she goes to work for James, the tall, … Continue reading

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Review of Why A Students Work for C Students and B Students Work for the Government

Summary: Why A Students Work for C Students is by the author of the Rich Dad Poor Dad series and primarily talks about educating children on finances because the schools are set up to teach kids to be employees and … Continue reading

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Review of Making Rounds with Oscar: The Extraordinary Gift of an Ordinary Cat

Summary: Dr. Dosa is a geriatrician who works at a nursing and rehabilitation center. Some of the staff members point out that one of the facility cats, Oscar, seems to be able to predict when residents will die as he … Continue reading

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Review of Leaving Time

Summary: Jenna enlists the help of a private PI and a psychic as she searches for her mother who disappeared when she was a baby. Amazon Book Link My Rating: 4/5 I am generally a Jodi Picoult fan. This book … Continue reading

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