Tag Archives: Book Review

Review: The Queen’s Exiles by Barbara Kyle

If you know me, you know that one of my key frustrations regarding women in history is not only the abusive, chauvinistic treatment of them, but the insanely submissive way that they take, or are portrayed to take, the lack-of-rights, the cheating, the life lived within the constraints dictated by the patriarchs of their family; […]
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Review: The Bees by Laline Paull

When I finished reading Laline Paull’s The Bees, I felt the next logical step was to go and learn about the behaviour and lifestyle of honeybees. Who knew I would find just what I wanted to know on the Orkin Pest Control website! I found that while Paull’s invented bees were hyper-advanced in their communication […]
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Not a Rant

I just wrote a bad review. I haven’t done a lot of them. I know the key to a good “bad” review is constructive criticism, but what if sometimes you just want to rant? Ranting can be so freeing. However if you aren’t mindful it has the potential to alienate people, which of course I […]
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Review: The Full Ridiculous by Mark Lamprell

Think about what events, experiences, thoughts and conflicts you might capture if you chronicled a year of your life. Be sure to consider what you would most like to remember about your day to day living during this time period. What if you started the project, you were committed to it, and then something traumatic […]
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Review of How Successful People Grow: 15 Ways to Get Ahead in Life

Are you a person who craves to learn, achieve and overcome? John C. Maxwell has written countless books on the powerful subjects of leadership, mentorship, critical thinking, and achieving your potential. He is a world renowned speaker, pastor, and writer. And, his newest book, How Successful People Grow: 15 Ways to Get Ahead in Life […]
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