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Book Review: The Making of a Spy

     Everyone’s childhood is influenced by the parents and other adults. Some of these experiences are good and wholesome, while others are not so good. But this story is poignant and honest, and it showcases some of these experiences.


    Most of us, either intentionally or unintentionally, bring the experiences we had in our earlier years…


Added by Irene Roth on March 27, 2021 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Book Review: Raging Watrs in the South China Sea

Raging Waters in the South China Sea: What the Battle for Supremacy Means for Southeast Asia

By Rachel Winston


    This is a clear, well-written, and interesting book about the South China Sea. I had no idea that there were so many environmental issues in Southeast China. This makes…


Added by Irene Roth on March 10, 2021 at 2:17pm — No Comments

Book Review: 50 Years in the OR by Ron Whitchurch

Ron Whitchurch’s book is an insightful and honest exploration about how an OR nurse, specializing in anesthesia manages to cope. The stories contained in this book are priceless. They clearly showcase that a normal day for a nurse anesthetist is difficult and hard to bear. Yet because of this its probably the most exhilarating and exciting type of nursing practise there is.


    Whitchurch’s career spanned five decades. And during this time, he has a lot of stories…


Added by Irene Roth on February 20, 2021 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Book Review: Lost in Cleveland With the Ghost of Joseph Stalin

This is a supernatural story that has deep metaphysical underpinnings. Being a philosopher, I genuinely enjoyed the story because it was so different and brilliant in the way it was portrayed and written. The characters are multi-dimensional and deep, taking the reader on spellbinding escapades never envisaged until its almost too late. It’s a gripping read.


      As the story starts, the reader is transported into the summer of 1953 in America when Calvin Jefferson Coolidge…


Added by Irene Roth on February 11, 2021 at 11:46am — No Comments

Book Review: How to Abolish Child Sexual Abuse by Steve A. Mizera

      It is sad that child abuse is so prevalent by law enforcement people such as the police. We are taught from an early age to respect the Police because they are supposed to serve and protect. However, when this doesn’t happen, our psyches are fractured, and a loss of trust ensues.


      This book is a sad memoir of how a life can be hampered and destroyed by child molesters who should know better. Steve Mizera was physically and mentally abused as a child in an…


Added by Irene Roth on February 1, 2021 at 1:18pm — No Comments

Book Review: The Big Fall By Tim Smith

    This is a murder mystery that is unique and complex on every page. Its not only a gripping thriller that has perfect pacing and staging, it also has multi-layered characters that linger with you. It is an unforgettable story that will have you wanting to read more and more until the book is finished and the last word read!


   The story…


Added by Irene Roth on October 22, 2020 at 3:59pm — No Comments

Book Review: Unlock Bliss by Dr. Zeev Gilkis

    We all want to be happy. We search it like a fine wine. And yet very few of us find it. Maybe its because we are looking for it in all the wrong places. We seem to think that there is something out there that will bring us happiness. So, we purchase big ticket items, go on exotic vacations, buy expensive dream cars, and still we’re not happy for long.…


Added by Irene Roth on October 7, 2020 at 6:21pm — No Comments

Book Review: Running Back in Time by Dr. Zeev Gilkis




Added by Irene Roth on September 22, 2020 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Book Review: The Farm

    This is an eye-opening and powerful exploration of practical wisdom at a time when we need this book more than anything else for our survival. We are in the midst of a crisis in America, one that cannot be expunged unless we start to take back our common sense and start thinking rationally about how we can live practically in this world with…


Added by Irene Roth on September 4, 2020 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Book Review: The Fourth Year Spell by Amanda Jeffery

This is an interesting fantasy story that will keep you wondering what will happen until the end. It is a novelette. But it has the punch of a novel. It is a story that shows you that there is much more to our reality that we can put our finger on.

Declan Devereaux has been working hard and is ready to complete his Fourth Year Spell. This is so that he can move onto the next step in his studies. However, he still has one more thing to do before he can declare himself victorious. He…


Added by Irene Roth on August 11, 2020 at 12:45pm — No Comments

Book Review: Apollo's Lyre: The Art of Spiritual Psychotherapy

This is a scholarly and precise journey into a whole new realm of psychotherapy called spiritual psychotherapy. It is a book that will transform the reader and encourage her to keep learning. In short, it is a book that will make the reader pause and become nurtured by Dr. Porter’s words of wisdom.


Apollo is a wonderful Greek god of spiritual healing who gives the reader the power to see deeply into their own souls and to allow that power to deeply impact us and renew us from…


Added by Irene Roth on August 1, 2020 at 12:46pm — No Comments

Book Review: Arcadia's Children 3

Arcadia’s Children 3: Pushley’s Escape

By Andrew R. Williams


    This is a sci-fi mystery thriller that is a sequel to Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation. The story is as complex but even more jaw dropping than the first two books in the series. It is a story that will make you pause everything until you find out how it is going to end. It’s another story that has breath and…


Added by Irene Roth on June 30, 2020 at 2:50pm — No Comments

Book Review: Something About Sammy

This is a wonderful story that has breath and depth. It shows the longing of love in all its beauty. It can deeply affect a person to the core and change one’s life like nothing else can. Love can alter us and our life to the point that we will never be the same. Love is an emotion that no one should live without because it gives our lives meaning, yet it is the hardest to live with when one is overwhelmed by it.


Andrei is a straight man who moves into a new community in Blue…


Added by Irene Roth on May 28, 2020 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Book Review: My Kind of Guy by Paddy Bostock

This is a wonderful contemporary comedy with a twist of romance and fantasy. I love the story on so many levels. It is also poignant in places as it sadly describes the political realm of the United States and its disastrous leadership now.


Not too many people are happy with the way the US is being led and how democratic systems that were…


Added by Irene Roth on May 14, 2020 at 2:50pm — No Comments

Book Review by CR Hruska

   Tantamount is a historical fantasy. It is set in Britain during the sixth century. The story is captivating and endearing as well as poignant. It is a story that will stick with the reader long after it is read.


   Tolan Fising lives a very peaceful life. He has a wife as well as a son and daughter. They seem to live a very ordinary life, nestled in nature among animals and everything that is serene and wholesome. It is a life that I felt right in…


Added by Irene Roth on March 9, 2020 at 1:47pm — No Comments

Book Review: Fubars by Paddy Bostock

This is a story that will keep you engaged in the story until the last word of the last page. It is an unforgettable and unique story that will leave you thinking and reflecting on the state of the world and your personal life. I just love stories like this.


   Is there something in a name? There is in that names allude to a person and his or…


Added by Irene Roth on January 11, 2020 at 12:11pm — No Comments

Book Review: Layers by A.G.R. Goff

This is a wonderfully crafted crime story that will keep you reading and turning the pages. It also has elements of mystery and psychological thriller, making the story spell binding and penetrating to the core. It is a story that is as complex and multi-faceted as the characters and plot twists.


    The story is about Dave who is a…


Added by Irene Roth on January 8, 2020 at 1:20pm — No Comments

Book Review: Rise to the Rhythm

This is a powerful motivational book that we all need to read, especially at this time of year, as we turn the page into a brand-new year and a brand-new decade! It’s a book that will transform your life, from the inside-out!


    Many of us are living lives that are not up to our natural potential. For many of us, our life is little more than…


Added by Irene Roth on December 14, 2019 at 4:02pm — No Comments

Interview: Meet Andrew R. Williams

I would like to welcome Andrew R. Williams to my Blogs.  He is a writer who balances writing and a full time job.  So, there are a lot of gems of wisdom in this interview.

Welcome to my Blog Andrew!  It is GREAT to have you here!

Please tell us a few things about yourself.

As a child, I was a latent pyromaniac. It’s not surprising, really because my father loved fires. On one occasion,…


Added by Irene Roth on December 9, 2019 at 4:23pm — No Comments

Book Review: Jim's Revenge by Andrew R. Williams

     This is a mystery thriller that made me wonder and think quite a bit not only about what was going to happen next but also about what would happen to some of the characters. It is an unforgettable story that lingers with you for a while even after you have read the story. It is a story that has breath and depth.


    Jim Godwin was a man…


Added by Irene Roth on December 4, 2019 at 3:42pm — No Comments

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