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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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Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin reviews From Depression to Contentment

Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D. is a psychoanalyst, author, and radio host specializing in food, weight, and body image issues. Internationally recognized for her unique perspective, she is the author of The Binge Cure: 7 Steps to Outsmart Emotional Eating and Food … Continue reading

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From Depression to Contentment, reviewed by Jack Pilgers

Evidently, Dr. Bob Rich has walked the walk. He has been there, done it, helped others to do it and here in this very readable, succinct and yet hard-hitting work lets you know how you can do it as well. … Continue reading

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Sharing the sharing: a review at Carolyn Howard-Johnson’s “New Review Site”

I am currently doing a way overdue task: indexing past Bobbing Around issues. Having published the 9th a few days ago, I am now indexing the 6th. And I came across this lovely review. Also, my bio there will give … Continue reading

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From Depression to Contentment, reviewed by Kamal Gabry

Empowering tools by an expert professional who lives by the Tao Te Ching! Man, I love this Book. It is so rich and enriching! First, it is written by a name I heard about since I was a fellow at … Continue reading

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What the BookLife Prize judge thinks of From Depression to Contentment

Idea/Concept: Condemning pharmaceutical approaches in handling depression, this practical guide to self-healing presents a commendable alternative to traditional medicine. With a strong case against accepted notions about treating sadness and despondency with drugs, the book adheres to a do-it-yourself plan … Continue reading

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The Story of Plastic: a movie reviewed in The Revelator

This is a movie all of us need to see. Before you have the opportunity, the review by Tara Lohan is a must-read. Full of pithy, quotable one-sentence hammer-blows, this review is great writing. The content of the movie is … Continue reading

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Bob Rich bones up on marketing

This is Carolyn Howard-Johnson’s tongue in cheek title for my review of William Ammerman’s The Invisible Brand. While you can read the review in the November issue of Bobbing Around, you don’t need to wait. You will find Carolyn’s site … Continue reading

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