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 The Measure of Darkness by Liam Durcan

Martin Fallon wakes from a coma after an automobile accident only to find that he now suffers from a debilitating brain condition known as “spatial neglect syndrome”. Martin must accept that he can no longer continue life as the celebrated… Read more

Review of A Woman’s Guide to Self-Nurturing by Joanna Romer

For most women, the role of caretaker is an important and ongoing one. We often put our needs below those of everyone else in our lives. While we’re busy tending to everyone else’s needs, it’s easy to forget that we… Read more

Review of Happy Habits by Vicki Morris

Happy Habits begins by defining happiness and its value to life.  Since most of us want to be happy, this book is a great process for achieving it. The book defines a system to gain personal happiness within your day. With… Read more

Review of Still Here: How to Succeed in Life After Failing At Suicide by Andy Grant

Living in a dark, distant place can be lonely and dangerous. Many people struggle daily with depression and suicidal thoughts. Even if the thought was just that, a passing thought, and quickly went away, the danger of harming oneself still… Read more

Review of I’m Happy for You (Sort Of…Not Really) by Kay Wills Wyma

I really wanted to like this book. I was excited about the message: Being happy with who you are and what you have. Living in the moment. Don’t risk missing precious moments because you’re too busy wanting to be like… Read more

Review of Sticky Girls by May Woodworth

It’s not always easy to take control of your own life. Often times women are stuck in bad situations without the means to dig their way out. It can become very easy for a woman to attach herself to a… Read more

Review of There’s a Pattern Here and It Ain’t Glen Plaid by Laurie Frankel

I’ve always believed women should be strong and independent. Go to college, get a great job and learn to survive on their own and not have to depend on a man, or anyone for that matter. Often times I have… Read more

Review of Secret Mind Tools By Roland Gugganig

Secret Mind Tools, by Roland Gugganig, is a powerful book that takes a simple daydream to an entirely new level. Using mind fantasies, called Quick Trances, you’re quickly able to heighten your mental awareness, and achieve more energy and a… 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