Rooted In Nature: Stories of Hope, Healing And Feminine Wisdom by Nancy Broadley

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Real Artists Don’t Starve by Jeff Goins

There is a long held image of the tortured artist – mostly held by starving, bleary-eyed, vice-addled artists I think. In this book, Jeff Goins not only dispels the image of the suffering artist, he shares evidence that the opposite is possible. What I like most about this book is the way the author not only tells stories, but in those stories he provides clues to the characteristics and practices that set thriving artists apart…

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You Are a Writer by Jeff Goins

I’m on a little bit of a bender with reading books about writing. This is one by Jeff Goins, I really like.  … And there’s one thing that REALLY bugs me about it. First, the good stuff: The way Jeff Goins writes is light and easy to read (or listen to). Some of the analogies he draws struck me as hilarious … and bang on. Take, for example, the analogy of his relationship with writing…

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Mitzi Bytes by Kerry Clare

Time for some summer fun reading! A book review of Mitzi Bytes by Kerry Clare. I don’t often have time to wander aimlessly through a grocery store but one sultry summer Saturday afternoon I did. As I wandered the aisles I came across the book section. I usually don’t pay attention to books in a grocery store but that day I had time to linger… so I did. As I ran my fingers across the…

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The Thirteenities: Leading Tweens to Lives of Greatness and Goodness

It’s taken me a long time to write the book review for this important book about Tweens, for the simple fact that I was missing a word and no others would fit. Today the word came to me. The word is Dignity. This book should be a the top of the reading list for anyone living or working with Tweens. Times have changed since we’ve been there. Our Tweens have different challenges than we had. In…

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Falling Down Girlfriend by Cheri Caddick

More side splitting comedy…how is this not a movie? OH … MY … GOSH!!!!! Cheri’s done it again with Falling Down Girlfriend! While reading “Falling Down Girl” I was forced to stop laughing long enough to read passages to whomever I was in the room with – you can’t laugh that hard and not share! In “Falling Down Girlfriend” I just couldn’t stop laughing! Occasionally I would be politely asked to stop reading or leave…

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