Book Review: Become Your Own Bliss by Veronica N. Cuyugan
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Bliss is a pretty powerful state of being. If you’re like me, you can probably count on one hand the different situations in which you have experienced true bliss during your lifetime. What if we could learn to live in … Read More

Book Review: Ridiculously Happy by Carol Whitaker
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Carol Whitaker uses her book, Ridiculously Happy: The Secret to Manifesting the Life and Body of Your Dreams, to establish a Christian approach to the Law of Attraction. Whitaker lays out a plan for spiritual, mental and physical actualization based … Read More

Review: The Weiser Field Guide to Witches by Judika Illes
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“A field guide is a book intended to help readers identify living beings or objects of natural occurrence (sea shells, for example). This may be a straightforward task when it comes to identifying butterflies or wild flowers, but witches are … Read More

Review: Reform Your Inner Mean Girl by Amy Ahlers and Christine Arylo
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If we ladies pay very close attention, we can almost hear the rant of an internal psychopath, beating us down with every decision we make. She takes many forms, but she’s the little voice in our head that is constantly … Read More

Review: What Are You Hungry For? by Deepak Chopra
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In the United States, obesity has reached epidemic proportions. Our fast-paced society sends us racing for drive-thru meals and microwaveable, sugar-laden, processed foods. Many frustrated individuals are on perpetual diets, always reaching for the next quick-fix miracle cure for excess … Read More

How to Loan a Kindle Book
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EBooks are such a convenient invention! You can store thousands of books without having to take up valuable shelf space in your home. You can carry you entire library with you, if you choose, by simply bringing along an eReader. … Read More

Review: Animal Teachers by Janet Halfmann
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Did you know an orangutan builds a new nest in the trees every night before it goes to sleep? Did you know that mother otters often wrap themselves and their pups in seaweed to keep from floating away while they … Read More

18 Books You Should Read: 2014 in Review
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2014 was a great year for books. I was lucky enough to stumble across some outstanding literature and fun and informative nonfiction. While I wasn’t able to read as much as I would have liked this past year, I was … Read More

Review: The Second Coming: A Love Story by Scott Pinsker
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The Second Coming is here. The apocalypse looms in the shadows. Two men emerge, both claiming to be the Son of God, both claiming divinity. Joe procures a conservative right-wing flock of followers, clinging to his every word as truth … Read More

December Book Giveaways
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As the month comes to a close, here are a few giveaways I have spotted across the Web. A few of these end today, so you’ll have to act quickly to get your entry in! Children’s Books ╩╝Twas the Late … Read More

Review: Disney Frozen (A Little Golden Book) by Victoria Saxon
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Children just can’t seem to get enough of the Disney movie Frozen. Let’s face it. We adults are kind of partial to it, as well. It was inevitable that a Little Golden Book version of the story was released. It … Read More

Review: Adventure Time Crafts by Princess Bonnibel Bubblegum with Chelsea Bloxsom
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Take your Adventure Time fandom to the next level with Adventure Time Crafts: Flippin’ Adorable Stuff to Make from the Land of Ooo. This bright and colorful book is written by Princess Bubblegum, herself, with Chelsea Bloxsom of Love & … Read More

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