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Sarah Garris's Blog – January 2011 Archive (7)

Pink Noise: A Posthuman Tale of Plasma Cosmology

Review by Lauren S. Smith

Pink Noise: A Posthuman Tale takes place in a Plasma Universe is a futuristic story of intelligent beings without consciousness and self-awareness. Could this be possible? Author, Leonid Korogodski makes you think that it could really happen -- that our human consciousness could possibly be a direct result of evolution.

Just in case you've never heard of Plasma…


Added by Sarah Garris on January 31, 2011 at 1:24pm — No Comments

A Book That Inspires Acts of Kindness in Children

Review by Lauren S. Smith

The Thanksgiving Coat: Inspire Acts of Kindness, Happiness and Healing, written by Elizabeth Hoadley and illustrated byher talented 5-year daughter, Kailee, is a fine example of what level that teaching and learning can rise to.

This inspiring and motivational children's book is based on a true story that began with Kailee's visit with her mother to a food bank to…


Added by Sarah Garris on January 24, 2011 at 6:32pm — No Comments

A Get-Real Book for Those Who Desire Lifetime Happiness

Review by Lauren S. Smith

Some of us seem to be in a constant state of despair - and it's no wonder - with the events of the nation and the world, happiness is a state of mind that seems to have disappeared forever. David Fox, M.D., learned how to live a great life the hard way and now he shares his experiences and medical expertise with others in his new book, Comfort, Healing and Joy: Secrets to Living a…


Added by Sarah Garris on January 18, 2011 at 4:35pm — No Comments

Blood Soup Is Compelling and Absorbing

Review by Lauren S. Smith

Kelly A. Harmon's new thriller/fantasy novel, Blood Soup, is a story of murder, betrayal and determination to get what they want no matter what the price or whose lives are ruined. Lovers of suspense and fantasy novellas will be enthralled with the plot and characters of Blood Soup.

The story is set in medieval times in the fictional kingdom of Borgund. King Theodicar is hoping…


Added by Sarah Garris on January 11, 2011 at 11:33am — No Comments

Bring Some Diversity Into Your Child's Life

Review by Lauren S. Smith

If you're wondering what you can give a child that will make the most positive difference in his or her life, you can begin by giving a gift that will teach them diversity. Matthew Gollub has been writing children's books for years and each one teaches how life is different for each and every one of us. Some of his books have become classics and The Jazz Fly 2, The Jungle Pachanga is destined for…


Added by Sarah Garris on January 10, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments

An Epic Tale of Power and Greed

Review by Lauren S. Smith

Blood, Money, Power, written by author, Michele Marie Tate, is a fictional, historical saga, based on a true story. It's a tale similar to those that shout at us from news headlines every day - how greed and political power has led to fraud and even murder.

Tate takes her readers back to the gilded times of William Randolph Hearst, Charlie Chaplin, Marion Davis and Gloria Swanson.…


Added by Sarah Garris on January 5, 2011 at 3:44pm — No Comments

What Is Your Heart's Inner Voice Telling You?

Review by Lauren S. Smith

Grief facilitator and spiritual coach, Linda Lambert Pestana, has added a new book to her repertoire. Voices of the Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope & Love, promises to make readers laugh and cry as they savor stories of the incredible journey she's taken through life thus far. A huge sense of personal empowerment is sure to occur after reading the book and you'll better…


Added by Sarah Garris on January 3, 2011 at 5:34pm — No Comments

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