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    Dark Detours & Strange Journeys With Mystical Aliens

    From Dark To Light Belinda’s personal story reads part psychic drama meets Hollywood horror movie. Our suggestion, is that Ms. Belinda immediately secure rights to a screenplay and sell it immediately. Otherwise, if you’re curious about chakras, and how to heal them, this is a wonderful introduction. Each chakra is broken down in-depth, including how they influence and impact your life. Additionally, there is a 30-minute transcript of the healing meditation Belinda uses with her clients. You can purchase the audio version on her website, which probably is easier than having to memorize 10 pages of the meditation. Follow Your Detour Everyone has plans, but not everyone grows up to…

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    Casting Voodoo Spells As A Salem Witch Who Manipulates Race Car Drivers While Modeling

    Lilith: A Tale Set in Old Salem What if the Salem Witch Trials were real? Dark spirits tormenting young girls and holy men into a frenzied mass of suspicion and hysteria, brings this theory into execution, no pun intended… Part fictional historical novel, meets supernatural love story, this one doesn’t disappoint. Torture, spiritual battles, old-timey court rooms, puritan Christian ways and herbalist/midwife lore – there’s so much to appreciate about the background of the story. The authors account is easier to swallow than the actual Salem Witch Trials, but we all know dragons aren’t real… or are they. A slow starter, but keep reading, things heat up mid-novel. Keridee Short story for a one-sitting read – why not? The main character…

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    Trapped In A Garden With Personality Quizzes & Bad Dates

    31 New Years Resolutions For The Uninspired No frills, no fuss and exactly what the title states it is… 31 resolutions of ideas that every person can hope to achieve. If you’re looking for something life altering this isn’t the title for you, but if you can approach this book with a sense of humor, nay irony you’ll laugh at some of the suggested resolutions. And yes… I do resolve to lay in bed and do nothing all day long, because why the hell not? Milk and Romance If you’ve had an active dating life in your younger years, get ready to take a hilarious trip down memory lane with…

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    Sweet & Twisted Bitches

    Sorry for the delay folks. The holidays were a busy time for me, so I’m finally back catching up! Hope your holidays were a blast and Happy New Year! Sweet Girl If you like cooking shows, you’ll find yourself cheering throughout this book. This is a “sweet” romance (no pun intended) but rather a romance without the sex scenes. But don’t write this one off as a lame read just yet. The main character has a secret she’s hiding, which has carried over into all aspects of her life.   The plot is pretty predictable but worth an afternoon read if you’re not looking for anything too heavy or serious. …

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    Diaries of Princesses, Mad Women & Artists With Suicidal Ice Cream

    November Book Haul The Princess Saves Herself In This One Broken into three parts, Lovelace shares the experiences of growing into a woman from a complicated childhood. Poetry revealing the trauma-filled relationship with her mother,  society’s expectations of her as a female, losing love, finding love, and embracing that women are more than “baby making machines.” The last chapter is written solely for the readers, the author’s inspirational messages of self-acceptance. “Silence has always been my loudest scream.” Man has it…. Mad Woman: Poems Being single and independent can be fun right? It’s like living like one of those “Sex in the City” women with some caveats. At the end of…

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    Unf*cking Myself, Casting Spells, & Chasing Rich Men.

    October Book Haul Rising Strong Stories, we all tell them, not just to our friends, but to ourselves. These “stories” stem from the unresolved hurts of our past, which eventually manifest in our adult lives. It’s a no-brainer how this happens. This book is about what “triggers” us, and how we respond both in the workplace, and at home. Academic, yet simple, Dr. Brown explains every typical “trigger” response in easy to understand language. I confess, I’m guilty of every response she mentions. What’s notable is her suggestion to use journaling as a self-introspective solution. I for one, do not like her journaling method, and prefer the use of my…

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    Litsy: A Mash-up of Instagram & Goodreads

    Goodreads.com sucks. From it’s hideous brown (tan?) layout, to a mobile app that lacks creativity, coupled with a community that can either be friendly or hostile,  it simply sucks. For years, I’ve struggled to update my list of books, and interact with friends there.  For the record, Goodreads is a behemoth in the book catalog industry. It’s backed by Amazon and sports one of the largest online communities of book readers. I’ve never been a fan, nor had a say-so in joining them. I’m one of the readers who came along after the acquisition of Shelfari, Amazon’s now defunct version of what Goodreads is today. Shelfari was a wonderful creation,…