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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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Yvonne Rowan reviews From Depression to Contentment

Are you steeped in depression? Feeling sad, but don’t know why? Plunged into a seemingly endless grief? What if you met someone whose greatest joy in life (yes, greatest joy) is to take you gently by the hand and lead … Continue reading

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Victoria Chatham reviews Anikó: The stranger who loved me

I can’t remember when I have started re-reading a book before I’ve even finished it, but that is what happened with this book. I was enthralled with the story from page one. The cast of characters was the author’s family, … Continue reading

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Amazon Influencer recommends Hit and Run

Steve Brock is “Stevo,” who writes: Amazon has named me an Amazon Influencer and given me a storefront on the site. My Best of the Best titles are collected in a monthly Listopia entry (and on the page for each … Continue reading

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From Depression to Contentment, reviewed by Hendrika de Vries

In all my over thirty years of practicing psychotherapy I have read and recommended many self-help books, but seldom have I found one that speaks to me with the spiritual wisdom of Bob Rich’s From DEPRESSION to CONTENTMENT. Here is … Continue reading

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If a flower could write about her life, this is how she would write

Please forgive me. Even intelligent people can be stupid, and I misread Carolyn Howard-Johnson’s email to me regarding the date my review of I am Malala was to go live on her New Book Review site. Well, it’s there now. … Continue reading

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Nancy Wagaman reviews From Depression to Contentment

A delightful and uplifting read for any human being! Essential reading for anyone dealing with depression. The time is right for this book. The world is begging for solutions to the challenge of depression becoming so pervasive across all regions … Continue reading

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Kevin Richardson’s review of From Depression to Contentment on Midwest Book Review

The Midwest Book review has a high reputation. Getting your book approved there is praise indeed. My wonderful publisher, Victor Volkman, has just notified me that Kevin Richardson’s review of From Depression to Contentment is one of the May “Reviewer’s … Continue reading

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Please visit my review of Malala

Carolyn Howard-Johnson has done me the honor of publishing my review of I am Malala. This is because she’d previously featured a rather critical review of the book, and I commented, stating my disagreement with the reviewer. Although the message … Continue reading

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