Category Archives: reviews

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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Kristin Johnson being thoughtful

Carolyn Howard-Johnson’s New Review Site is an excellent resource, both for authors and for people who love to consume their productions. Do have a look at the latest review she has published. It is Kristin Johnson’s 5 star appraisal of … Continue reading

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Featured in news report

Please have a look at a report in Mountain Views Mail concerning my just-published book, From Depression to Contentment: A self-therapy guide.

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School dragon at New Book Review

Theresa Hortley is a formidable lady who has no fear in fronting up to high school students. Me, I’d rather wrestle with a tiger snake than be a high school teacher. She is also one of my faithful beta readers. … Continue reading

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2018 books of note

Every year, Michael Thal chooses a few of the many books he has reviewed as special. He says they are Young Adult books, but I think the definition is very generous: most adults will enjoy his picks. Out of the … Continue reading

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Sleeper, Awake, reviewed by Stephanie Black

The best thing about Sleeper, Awake is undeniably the characters. They’re so human: flawed, yet lovable, genuinely good people. I felt that, through reading them, that I befriended them. Dr. Bob Rich handles the multiple points of view as skillfully … Continue reading

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