More and more people these days are quitting their 9 - 5 jobs and becoming their own boss. Even if that means doing a side gig, you still are now in control of when you work and how you operate your own business. I applaud all of you that are starting a business! After I… Continue reading Books For Business Owners: Peak Performance and the Lean Startup
Ever stop yourself from doing something exciting, risky, and out of the ordinary? You shy away instead because you have issues with self-doubt, confidence, self-esteem, and trust. Jen Sincero shows you how to change all those thoughts and start living the life you actually want to live in her book, You Are a Badass: How… Continue reading You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life
AHHH! I’m so focused on my digital marketing business that I fell behind on posting about all the wonderful books I’ve read. If you need a book to escape to when you feel overwhelmed by the holiday season, head over to the library, bookstore, or whatever and grab one of these reads! Point of Direction… Continue reading Playing Catch Up: Recent Reads To Read!
At the age of 16-months, pediatrician Dr. Kristin Seaborg has her first seizure. Immediately she goes through the protocol of tests to see whether or not she has epilepsy. The neurologist put her on the first medication most people with seizures try, phenobarbital. At the age five, and seizure free for years, Seaborg's doctors try to… Continue reading The Sacred Disease by Kristin Seaborg MD
Fletcher is only a child when he encounters a strange being in his mansion while under the watch of his babysitter. When his mother and father, Amelia and Axel, return home to find Fletcher still out of bed Amia fires the babysitter at once calling her nasty names as she does so. Fast forward to… Continue reading Demons of the Mind: A Psychogenic Thriller by Tamikio Reardon
Hello Book Smugglers! Recently in a previous post, I reviewed The Accidental Tsundere by L.M. Bennett. I am so excited to announce that I had the opportunity to interview her this past week! Keep reading to see what Bennett has to say about becoming a published author and advice she has for fellow writers.
*Once upon a time, in a faraway kingdom, a hero, the Chosen One, was born . . . and so begins every fairy tale ever told. This is not that fairy tale. There is a Chosen One, but he is unlike any One who has ever been Chosened. And there is a faraway kingdom, but… Continue reading Kill The Farm Boy by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne
L.M. Bennett was 35-years-old when she entered the dating world. After years of struggling with her weight, Bennett underwent bariatric surgery. With a new found confidence and overcoming body-image issues, Bennett decided it was time to seek out someone to begin a relationship with.
Clock Dance by Anne Tyler was slow yet somehow I finished it in a day. Keep reading for my review and whether or not I'd recommend it.
Ever feel like your being followed? You leave the coffee shop after visiting with a friend and the glare of a stranger is on you. Unfortunately, a quick scan of the crowded city streets yields no results. Still, that lingering feeling is there. Somewhere there is a pair of eyes watching you. Emma is a… Continue reading The Wife Between Us By Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen