Tag: Readers

Book Review: HOPE AND OTHER SUPERPOWERS: A Life-Affirming, Love-Defending, Butt-Kicking, World-Saving Manifesto

“The dream of a different world (as beautiful as it is) won’t actually alter the planet—only your hands getting dirty and your feet hitting the ground will do that. Being outraged at injustice doesn’t do much for the victims of that injustice—actively moving against it does. But that’s a hell of a lot harder than outrage alone, which is why most people gladly settle for being perpetually angry and living vicariously through spandex-clad, muscle-bound, CGI demigods who do the brave things they wish they could do.”

Book Review: The Empathy Effect: 7 NEUROSCIENCE-BASED KEYS for Transforming the Way We Live, Love, Work, and CONNECT Across Differences

Authors: Helen Rises, MD and, Liz Neporent Foreword by Alan Alda Publisher: Sounds True Publishing Genres: Self-Help: Emotions & Interpersonal Relations, Mental Health: Emotions Page Count: 240 pages (Available in Hardback and Kindle) ISBN-10: 1683640284 ISBN-13: 978-1683640288  Publication Date: November 27, 2018 Pre-order Now From Amazon, Sounds True, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, IndieBound, or your…

She Kept Her Faith

Several weeks ago I volunteered at the Wild Goose Festival in Hot Springs, North Carolina. “What?” you ask. I asked the same question myself as I had never heard of the Wild Goose Festival, but I checked out their website and felt a stirring within that this was a place I wanted to be if…

My Dilemma: To Review or Not Review

Yesterday I posted a poll on my Facebook page @dbmoonespage, which is a new page and not getting the traffic I hope to gain with time and perseverance. The survey was asking book reviewers and writers if I should go forward with reading and reviewing a book or to contact the British publisher and first-time…

Book Review: No Dancing, No Dancing: Inside the Global Humanitarian Crisis

No Dancing, No Dancing: Inside the Global Humanitarian Crisis is a Biography/Autobiography written by author Denis Dragovic, a former humanitarian aid worker from 2000 to 2010 with CHF International, a US-based humanitarian organization now known as Global Communities. Dragovic’s book is based on his return visits to Iraq, South Sudan, and East Timor a decade…

Book Review Coming Soon: NO DANCING NO DANCING Inside the Global Humanitarian Crisis By Denis Dragovic

While I am nearing the end of reading NO DANCING NO DANCING Inside the Global Humanitarian Crisis by Denis Dragovic and will then write my review, I wanted to provide the readers with a thumbs-up and STRONGLY recommend that you buy the book now. The genre is Biography/Autobiography; however, I would add Historical, Current Events and…

Book Review: BEFORE AND AGAIN

  A writer of romance and dramatic novels and literary fiction, Barbara Delinsky is the author of twenty-two New York Times Bestsellers, as well as the book UPLIFT: SECRETS FROM THE SISTERHOOD OF BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS, a self-help book. Delinsky now brings us BEFORE AND AGAIN, scheduled for release June 26, 2018, by St. Martin’s…

Book Review: This I Know

I was perusing a website when by I came upon Eldonna Edwards’ book. This I Know, and while the book had been archived and was no longer available for reading and reviewing, the excerpt was available for reading and sharing on FB and Twitter. I began reading the excerpt but got only as far as,…

Book Review: THE BONE CURSE

  THE BONE CURSE by Carrie Rubin is a medical thriller intermixed with the paranormal. The protagonist, Benjamin Oris, a third-year medical student in Philadelphia gets the opportunity to go to Paris with his Haitian friend Laurette, a public health student after Laurette’s brother backs out of going with her at the last minute. While visiting…