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Lost but Found by Lauren Persons

Lauren Persons is a grandmother who loves all children (one of my mob). One of her sources of distress is empathy for all the kids in the world who have lost loved ones to this devious virus, with little end … Continue reading

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Lifting the Gloom, reviewed by Theresa Hortley

I wish I could write fiction. I wish I could write fiction like Bob Rich. This little book is full of gems, ranging from quite a few exactly-100-word stories to engrossing tales of perhaps 8000 words. How can you bring … Continue reading

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Review of Angel of Aleppo by Jon Cocks

A story of genocide just has to be terrible. This story is, and I have all too much empathy, but once I started, I couldn’t stop reading. Everyone knows about the Holocaust, but history has largely ignored the earlier, equally … Continue reading

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Review of From Misery to Hope by Robert Palmer and Kary Youman

Robert was a musician with considerable fame and achievements spanning over 40 years. However, he suffered from bipolar disorder, and used illegal drugs to deal with the pain. Then he died. He returned from clinical death a changed person, as … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Clements on From Depression to Contentment

If you’re a soul in a meatship on this earth, then this book is for you! Seriously recommended, even if you don’t identify as “depressed”, “sad” or “suffering” at this moment, it’s such a handy guide and gives deep and … Continue reading

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From Depression to Contentment, reviewed by Amy Lyman

From the moment I saw the eagle soaring above the snow-capped peaks on the cover, I was hoping the pages inside would be as captivating. I am not disappointed. I personally do depression, as Dr. Rich would say. After reading … Continue reading

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On New Book Review Site

In December, I reviewed an excellent book, Ten Journeys on a Fragile Planet by Rod Taylor. Now, Carolyn Howard-Johnson is featuring it on her New Book Review Site. Please go over there to comment, and spread the word.

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In Midwest Book Review

It is something of an honour to have one’s book reviewed at the Midwest Book Review. I am delighted to let you know that Carolyn Wilhelm has made From Depression to Contentment one of the three books she gave a … Continue reading

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Great Review at Reader Views

Today, 23rd June, my publisher Victor Volkman forwarded this review of From Depression to Contentment from Reader Views. I’m delighted that reviewer Rachel Dehning found my work to be useful. Today’s world reminds me of the Chinese curse: “May you … Continue reading

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Michael Amos reviews Ascending Spiral

Michael is the publisher of a book I have recently reviewed. I found him and his company, Sleepy Lion Publishing, to be so intriguing that I am in the process of interviewing him. Keep an eye open for the results! … Continue reading

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