Review of Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom

Morrie Schwartz was Mitch Albom’s favorite college professor. Although Mitch promised to stay in touch with his “coach” after graduation, Mitch finds time and ambition getting in the way of keeping his promise. Years later, a Nightline television spot catches… Read more

Review of Starting Over by Dave and Jon Ferguson

This book is all about examining our regrets and starting over again to have a more fulfilling and spiritual life. The authors outline what they call the “three R’s” for breaking out of the Sorry Cycle – Recognize, Release and… Read more

Better Not Love Me by Dan Kolbet Book Tour Stop

    File Size: 2307 KB Print Length: 240 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Publisher: Alfe Publishing; 1 edition (October 26, 2015) Publication Date: October 26, 2015 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. Language: English ASIN: B0177G5LQC   BOOK SYNOPSIS:   Amelia Cook never wanted to be a… Read more

Review of Better Not Love Me by Dan Kolbet

  Amelia Cook is a single mom, who’s become burned out by her corporate position at Riddell Industries. She’d only taken the job after her new love, Edwin, died tragically while saving her son, Marcus. But after four years of… Read more

Review of To the Everlasting by Sarah Renee Lonelodge

To the Everlasting follows the lives and subsequent deaths of John and Catherine, whose paths have “unexpectedly” crossed. John has allowed a series of negative circumstances to drag him down into the depths of alcoholism and homelessness. Catherine can’t enjoy… Read more

Review of Sex and Romance, What You Should’ve Learned as a Teen by Mark Andre Alexander

This book is the third installment in Mark Andre Alexander’s What You Should’ve Learned as a Teen series and I must say I was blown away. Although it’s a fairly short read, Mr. Alexander has packed a huge amount of… Read more