About the Books
Fiction Writing for Children
Fiction writing is an amazing ability. It’s almost like magic. And, you are in control. You decide what to create. The cap on your imagination is your only limit.
Is one of your dreams to write for children? Or, maybe you’ve already started, but are finding it more difficult than you thought.
Learning to write fiction for children takes work, as... [Read more of this review]
The Excellent Writer
Many writers shy away from the words excellence in writing.
One of the main reasons for this is that writers lack self-confidence.
They continuously second-guess themselves and they are always negative about their abilities as writers, regardless of where they are in their writing career.
In this book, author Irene S. Roth examines thirty habits... [Read more of this review]
Unconventional Love Affair
According to WebMD, one-third of women ages 40 to 69 are dating men 10 or more years younger. That said, when it comes to successful and long lasting relationships, should age difference really matter to make you happy?
Unconventional Love Affair, a humorous romance novel by author Robert Miller, tells the story of an army veteran returning from Iraq... [Read more of this review]
Doing What It Takes: The Online Entrepreneur’s Playbook
Are you willing to do what it takes to live a successful life and build a lucrative business?
Connie Ragen Green shares her knowledge, ideas, and expertise on this topic in her new book, Doing What It Takes: The Online Entrepreneur’s Playbook.
The concept of a “playbook” gives you a step by step blueprint to how you can change your... [Read more of this review]
About Accidental Soldier
At age nineteen, Dorit Sasson, a dual American-Israeli citizen, was trying to make the status quo work as a college student—until she realized that if she didn’t distance herself from her neurotic, worrywart of a mother, she would become just like her.
Accidental Soldier: A Memoir of Service and Sacrifice in the Israel Defense Forces is Sasson’s... [Read more of this review]
About Giulia Goes to War
Wartime work draws Giulia DeBartolo out of her close Western Pennsylvania family into a world of intrigue, spies and new friends in Wilmington, North Carolina’s shipyard building Liberty ships. Giulia soon discovers supporting the war effort can include fun evenings like dancing with young servicemen at the local USO. It is at one of these dances... [Read more of this review]
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