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Embrace Ultra-Ability! Wisdom, Insight & Motivation From The Blind Who Sees Far And Wide, By Shirley Cheng

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: The intended audience for Embrace Ultra-Ability is conscious people who seek spiritually rich and rewarding lives, whose desires for goodness span more than self-interest. They want to embrace spirituality to not only love the lives they live but to make a positive difference to fellow creations. The readers [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:32+00:00July 22nd, 2008|Book Reviews|2 Comments

Telecommuting: Managing Off-Site Staff for Small Business, By: Lin Grensing-Pophal

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Telecommuting - Managing Off-Site Staff for Small Business (c2001 Self-Counsel Press) is written primarily for small businesses, but the content could be used by businesses of any size – and even by individual managers/supervisors who are often the biggest barrier to embracing telecommuting. Why? Trust. While telecommuting is [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:32+00:00July 18th, 2008|Book Reviews|1 Comment

Courage In Patience, A Story Of Hope For Those Who Have Endured Abuse, By Beth Fehlbaum

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: The protagonist is 15, so young adults are a major audience; however, I have received letters from men and women of all ages, even into their sixties, expressing interest and enthusiasm about the release of Courage in Patience. Q: What is the book about? A: After six years [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:32+00:00July 17th, 2008|Book Reviews|0 Comments

The Toonies Invade Silicon Valley, By Betty Dravis

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: The publisher places The Toonies Invade Silicon Valley in the 8-13 age category; Amazon places it in 9-12 category because they have no 8-13. I actually wrote it for young adults but geared it for adults, too, as Harry Potter was written. It's proving to be quite popular [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:32+00:00July 16th, 2008|Book Reviews|6 Comments

Whale Song, By: Cheryl Kaye Tardif

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Since the span of the main character's life takes you from 11-26, Whale Song appeals to virtually anyone who enjoys reading. The audience is general--young adults (even as young as 10) and adults. Book clubs and schools (particularly schools in Vancouver, Canada and Seattle, USA) will appreciate Whale [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:32+00:00July 10th, 2008|Book Reviews|2 Comments

Bulletproof Your Job: 4 Simple Strategies To Ride Out The Rough Times And Come Out On Top At Work, By Stephen Viscusi

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Its intended audience is employed individuals of every age and at every work level from entry level to CEO who want to learn my 50 tips on how to keep their own job secure even during tough times. Q: Why are you the best person to write this [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:32+00:00July 9th, 2008|Book Reviews|1 Comment

The No Nonsense Approach To A Successful Life, By Jean Daniel François, M.D.

Question: Who is the intended Audience? Answer: This book is a very valuable tool for anyone who wants to improve his or her life and act responsibly to make changes happen. It provides the essentials for every aspect of life, be it personal health, finance, love, aging, family, youth, interpersonal relationships, spirituality. etc. Women and [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:32+00:00July 8th, 2008|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Avoiding Cancer One Day At A Time, By Lynne Eldridge M.D. and David Borgeson MS MPT

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Consumers of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities who are proactive in managing their health. Q: What is the book about? A: Avoiding Cancer One Day At A Time is about reducing the heartache the authors have repeatedly seen in patients, friends and family stricken with cancer. Too often [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:32+00:00July 3rd, 2008|Book Reviews|0 Comments

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