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Sarah Garris's Blog – August 2010 Archive (15)

Mary's Son - A Tale of Christmas - An Inspiring Read - advance copy review

Mary's Son: A Tale of Christmas -

Mary's Son: A Tale of Christmas, written by Darryl Nyznyk is a wonderful and poignant story of the numbing fears of youth and an inspiring read that reinvents the real Christmas story and crowns it with a modern twist.

Sarah Stone is the eleven-year-old heroine in Mary's Son. She lives a privileged life in an elegant mansion, but is angry about the non-existent relationship with…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 30, 2010 at 3:36pm — No Comments

The Thinker's Thesaurus - Indeed! Review by Lauren S. Smith

The Thinker's Thesaurus -

The Thinker's Thesaurus: Sophisticated Synonyms for Basic Words, by Peter Meltzer, goes beyond the realm of what we think a "thesaurus" should be by providing us with a level of useful words that exceeds what we've become used to in a normal thesaurus. The thesaurus that most of us are accustomed to suggests words that can be boring and repetitive. Meltzer gives us words contained…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 25, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Writing Instructor Vs Writing Coach - Which Do You Really Need? By Suzanne Lieurance

Since I'm both a writing instructor and a writing coach, people are always asking me, "What's the difference between a writing instructor and a writing coach?"

Here's what I tell them.

A writing instructor is someone who teaches a person (or persons) HOW to write. A writing instructor can teach various types of writing such as technical writing, writing for children, resume writing, writing screenplays, etc. Generally, a writing instructor or teacher is needed when someone…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 23, 2010 at 4:57pm — No Comments

There's Magic In Journal Writing! By Annette Colby

Journal writing is one of the most powerful tools for self-growth and enriching your life. The benefits are almost too many to mention. For starters, when you write down your words, you can see what you are thinking and work with your thoughts in a new way. Writing can give voice to intense emotions, help release pain, and allow you to feel better. You can clear confusion, grasp valuable insights, and find new solutions to your own problems. In addition, you can uncover the bigger picture… Continue

Added by Sarah Garris on August 23, 2010 at 4:54pm — No Comments

Write Your eBook - 6 Great Ways to Find the Time - by Paul Jackson

Busy! Busy! Busy!

What's new? And who isn't busy?

The majority of eBook authors are part-time writers. There are very few professional writers making their living writing non-fiction eBooks. In most cases, the eBook author is a professional with a full-time business or career to run or the author has an interest about which she/he is passionate and is using the eBook as an expression of that passion.

Finding the time to write an eBook among all the other demands made…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 23, 2010 at 4:43pm — No Comments

A Book Series That Can Help You Change a Habit - Permanently! - Review

29 Days ... to a habit you want! -

Author, Richard Fast, has come up with an ingenious way to help you drop a bad habit of your choice in only 29 days and replace it with a habit that you really want. Fast's new series is made up of four unique books:

• 29 your perfect weight

• 29 your life without cigarettes!

• 29 saving money and financial independence

• 29…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 19, 2010 at 11:37am — No Comments

The 10 Crucial Differences Between Being A Small Business Owner And An Inspired Entrepreneur by Nick Williams

When I was stuck in the corporate world many years ago, I dreamed of escape to the freedom of running my own small business. Eventually I plucked up the courage to leave and started my own small business, with the goal of training and inspiring people. In order to run my business, I taught myself how to do VAT, keep my books, do my accounts and keep stock of products. While I was free of the pressures of a boss and organisational structures and politics, but I still didn't feel very free and…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 16, 2010 at 12:11pm — No Comments

Writing Prompts - Who Needs This Writing Help? By Deanna Mascle

Writing prompts can offer tremendous writing help for writers at every level of experience and expertise. Who can use writing prompts?

Beginners can use writing prompts to help them learn and grow as writers as well as gain valuable experience in the craft. The only sure way to improve your writing is to write regularly and prompts can help you sharpen your skills on a regular basis. Perfection will never be in your writing future, but it is very true that regular practice is the only…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 16, 2010 at 11:43am — No Comments

How To Evaluate Writing Contests: Six Starter Questions by Erika Dreifus

At some point in your writing career you will probably encounter the

possibility of entering writing contests. As you peruse writing newsletters

and magazines, at any rate, you'll almost inevitably find listings of

competitions; you may very well begin to wonder how to decide whether

a given contest is "right" for you and your poetry or prose. Here are six

"starter" questions you can ask yourself to initiate that process of


1. Do you…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 16, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments

Sexual Addiction Can Be a Family Affair - Review


Recently, the media has focused its attention on the sex-capades of Tiger Woods and Jesse James, ushering in a whole new interest in sex addiction and sex therapy. Author, Judith Sage's new book, FREE SEX. EXPENSIVE THERAPY: The Adventures of a Woman in Search of Connection, casts new and informative light on the subject with a twist about how your past can figure in to sex therapy - and…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 13, 2010 at 10:37am — No Comments

Of Angels and Other Heavenly Hosts Review

The Testings of Devotion (The Heavenly Host) -

Cheryl Dellasega has long been considered an expert on the topic of female bullying and has written five nonfiction self-help books and a fiction series for teenage girls. Her expertise includes everyday challenges facing women today. She's appeared on various radio and television shows such as The Today Show and Good Morning America and has written…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 6, 2010 at 5:52pm — No Comments

Streetwise Spirituality - Review

Bringing Spirituality Back to Earth

By []Lauren S. Smith

Streetwise Spirituality -

Carol Kline's new book, Streetwise Spirituality: 28 Days to Inner Fitness and Everyday Enlightenment, is an intellectually stimulating book with fresh ideas about how to bring…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 4, 2010 at 10:25pm — No Comments

No One Here Gets Out Alive - Jerry Hopkins and Danny Sugarman - review

No One Here Gets Out Alive - Jerry Hopkins and Danny Sugarman

By []Pete Loughlin

This is the book that started it all. There are those that repeat the old saying: "If you can remember the 60s you weren't there". They say that this book is obsequious, that it's full of myth and exaggeration, that it perpetuates the stories about things that never happened, that is focuses too…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 2, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments

What You Can Learn From the "Success Principles" by Jack Canfield by Donn Kirst

What You Can Learn From the "Success Principles" by Jack Canfield

By []Donn Kirst

I was at a cross roads in my life, in 2005. I was having marriage problems and I was hating my real estate job. I was feeling unfulfilled and even a little jaded with life. I knew getting away from it all for a few days, would be my answer. I went to visit my friend Jose, in Houston for a long…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 2, 2010 at 6:59pm — No Comments

The Gabriel Method - Does Drinking Water Help You Lose Weight? by Simon Freedman

The Gabriel Method - Does Drinking Water Help You Lose Weight?

By []Simon Freedman

According to Jon Gabriel, author of The Gabriel Method, 70% to 80% of the population is in a state of chronic dehydration. People are actually starving for water. The problem is that dehydration often causes hunger, not thirst. Very often, people make the mistake of eating when they are…


Added by Sarah Garris on August 2, 2010 at 6:58pm — No Comments

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