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Free-Range Writing is a fantastic resource. This book is designed to help stimulate ideas and make writer’s block a thing of the past. Free-Range Writing is beautifully written and easy to follow. Each writing exercise takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete and is specifically designed to assist the writer in exploring different genres. I was amazed to find how easy it was to climb out of my comfort zone and craft a short piece in a different genre. Free-Range Writing isn’t just a book of prompts to get the juices flowing again; it’s a collection of thought-provoking passages to assist the writer in reaching the inner corners of their heart and soul.
Jenny Alexander illuminates for the writer seventy-five brilliant ways to unleash creativity, emotions, and imagination. This book is an outstanding tool and one that I’ll refer to again and again.
Thank you, Jenny Alexander, for my advanced review copy. I loved it.
~5 out of 5 stars~ Review by Peg Glover
7 Lessons From Heaven by Mary C. Neal, M.D.—5 Stars
Fool Me Once by Catherine Bybee—4 Stars
7 Lessons From Heaven is a book about Dr. Mary Neal’s incredible afterlife experience. This book does not only describe her near-death-experience but also how angels often intervene in our everyday lives. She also writes about how living a joy-filled life is easy, once you truly understand what awaits you after death.
Dr. Mary Neal had a kayaking accident in Chile and drowned. According to scientific data, anyone experiencing what Dr. Neal did, would be dead. But Dr. Neal is not only alive, and well without any brain damage, she is currently a practicing board-certified orthopedic spinal surgeon in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Her near death experience boggled my mind. One of the most comforting parts of her story was that she had no fear, none at all. The moment Dr. Neal realized she wasn’t going to survive the accident, she was engulfed in love. She tells her story with amazing detail. This book is so heartwarming that I didn’t want it to end. I savored each page.
Dr. Neal includes in her book, stories about how angels not only intervened in her life but others as well. She also talks about meeting Jesus and having a life review. The last part of the book is dedicated to living a joy filled life knowing that God’s promises are true. If you were not convinced before reading this book, that there is indeed an afterlife, Dr. Neal’s true account will erase all doubt. Highly recommended.
Thank you, Crown Publishing and NetGalley, for my advanced review copy. I loved it!
~5 out of 5 stars~ Review by Peg Glover
Messages From a Wonderful Afterlife is an enlightening and fascinating read. In this book, the reader discovers some possible signs that a deceased loved one may use to send a message. Kristy Robinett talks about her own life, and experiences, as well as giving the reader; a peek into some of the sessions that she’s had with her clients.
I found the author’s words encouraging and positive. The stories in the book demonstrate how comforting connecting with a deceased relative can be. Death is a difficult subject to talk and read about. But, Kristy Robinett’s message is clear, there is an afterlife, and it is wonderful!
Messages From a Wonderful Afterlife is an easy to read, well-written, and informative book. Thank you, Llewellyn Publications and NetGalley for my advanced review copy.
~4 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover
My Review-Secrets of the Tulip Sisters-5 Stars
My Review-I Need a Lifeguard Everywhere but the Pool-4-stars
In the book, I Need a Lifeguard Everywhere but the Pool, Lisa Scottoline, and her daughter, Francesca Serritella, team up to write about incidents that occurred in their lives.
I found the book to be engaging and easy to read. Each chapter is crafted by either Lisa Scottoline or Francesca Serritella. Both writers, are good storytellers. Because different people find different things funny, I didn’t rate this book on how humorous I thought it was. I realize that, what I might not find funny, someone else would find hysterical. I Need a Lifeguard Everywhere but the Pool is a captivating and well-written read.
Thank you, St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley, for my advanced review copy.
~4 out of 5 stars~ Review by Peg Glover