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Book Reviews

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The Last Adventure Of Life: Sacred Resources For Living And Dying From A Hospice Counselor, By Rev. Maria “Dancing Heart” Hoaglund

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Those who are: • Family members of those who are ill and bereaved individuals • Healers: healthcare professionals, caregivers, volunteers, spiritual care providers, member of the clergy, social workers, etc. • Individuals interested in overcoming their fears around death and the afterlife. • Those interested in learning more about how to combine [...]

By | January 5th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Dating From The Inside Out: How To Use The Law Of Attraction In Matters Of The Heart, By Dr. Paulette Kouffman Sherman

Question: What is the title of the book? Answer: My book is called Dating from the Inside Out: How to Use the Law of Attraction in Matters of the Heart because most dating books such as The Rules focus on external manipulative things that you can do to attract a mate. As a psychologist (and [...]

By | January 2nd, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Before It Had A Name, By Jacqueline Barry

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: I wrote Before It Had A Name with people like me in mind who fight depression, obsessive compulsive disorder or any other "mental and emotional" disorder. I'd lived in shame for so many years and it's time to drag the demon out of the darkness. Q: What is [...]

By | December 4th, 2008|Book Reviews|1 Comment

Design To Sell: Use Microsoft Publisher To Plan, Write And Design Great Marketing Pieces, By Roger C. Parker

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: I wrote Design to Sell for business owners and self-employed professionals who want to use design as a competitive tool by creating a system to produce their attractive marketing materials without the need to hire expensive graphic designers. It’s the perfect choice for entrepreneurs who want to efficiently [...]

By | October 28th, 2008|Book Reviews|6 Comments

How To Be A Sales Superstar – Break All The Rules And Succeed While Doing It, By Mark Tewart

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: My intended audience is business people, entrepreneurs, professional salespeople and people looking to enter the sales profession. This book applies to all experience levels. Q: What is the book about? A: The book breaks with tradition of many sales books. Most sales books deal with the issue of [...]

By | October 21st, 2008|Book Reviews|0 Comments

The New Cold War, By Edward Lucas

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Anyone interested in Russia, eastern Europe, and America's relations with them. Q: What is the book about? A: The rise to power of the ex-KGB regime in Russia, repression at home and aggression abroad. Q: Why are you the best person to write this book? A: More than [...]

By | October 16th, 2008|Book Reviews|1 Comment

Stowaway: The San Francisco Adventures Of Sara, The Pineapple Cat, By Jill Ammon Vanderwood and Illustrated by Yvonne Ford

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: This book is written for children. Ages 4-8. Q: What is the book about? A: Sara's family, David and Susan, along with one-year-old twins, Adam and Amanda, and their grandmother are going on a trip to San Francisco. Sara has to stay home, this time. Sara has other [...]

By | October 14th, 2008|Book Reviews|1 Comment