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Step Into Your Moxie Book Review

The word moxie has become synonymous with vigor, verve, pep, courage, nerve, aggressiveness, skill, and know-how, and in Step Into Your Moxie, leadership coach Alexia Vernon presents a soul-stirring call to action for women to speak up for themselves and the ideas and issues that matter most to them. About Step Into Your Moxie “I […]

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Making Sense of ADHD Book Review

Making Sense of ADHD Book Review

“The ultimate goal of Making Sense of ADHD is to provide the parents with the tools to get their child on the right path and keep them there when they have so many problems at the same time,” – Dr. James Lewis About Making Sense of ADHD In this book, Dr. Lewis explains and makes […]

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Crimes Past Book Review

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When the investigator is brutally slain, Mac Faraday rips open the cold case with a ruthless determination to reveal which of his friends was a cold-blooded murderer. About Crimes Past It’s a bittersweet reunion for Mac Faraday when members of his former homicide squad arrive at the Spencer Inn. While it is sweet to attend […]

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Coming of Age in Berkeley Book Review

Coming of Age in Berkeley Book Review

College can be a real killer! Tamiko’s world completely changes when a chance meeting develops into romance and her Mother’s unexpected encounter with a mysterious figure could destroy everyone in her life. About Coming of Age in Berkeley Romance is the furthest thing from Tamiko Gashkin’s mind when she drops her copy of the Brothers’ […]

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Kiss Me at Christmas Book Review

Kiss Me at Christmas Book Review

Not every leading lady finds love, gets married and sustains a domestic life. What about the ladies who were never swept off their feet? Do they take matters into their own hands? About Kiss Me at Christmas Bow Street Runner Daffin Oakleaf abhors Christmas. Caroling and holiday cheer only remind him of a dark time. […]

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