Any writer who is willing to revise an earlier book, especially a successful one, deserves a lot of respect, and I read this book because I saw the writer’s own explanation that he revised The Key to Midnight, one of his earliest novels, by cutting 30,000 words and adding 5000 thousand. The Key to Midnight may be a different type of a Koontz novel, but it is just as exciting and suspenseful as his later work. It is very well written with...

“My Mom’s got alien blobs inside of her. They’re called cancer.” Punk Wig is a children’s picture book with a story of a little boy who supports his mom as she gets her “alien blobs zapped with medicine”. I love kid’s books… books with lots of pictures and a great story. Reading parents know what I’m talking about. I like to read them aloud to my kids and use all sorts of different vo...

Losing body fat can be a struggle at the best of times. Emotional, physical and mental problems are all too frequent when trying to burn fat, unless you have the best workout books for fat burning. There are some shockers out there, there are ones that give you mediocre information, and then there are ones that will take you from being whatever size you are, to a perfect beach body if you put in the work. We need decent information before we c...

“What To Say When You Talk To Yourself” by Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D. is an excellent book on the power of the mind. It is another great book on the subject. Allow me to share a personal story about my own experience with this book. It came into my life in about 2005. A time when I first began taking my network marketing business seriously. A side-line friend and I were talking, well, I was griping and complaining, about the setbacks ...

I hate clichés, but this book has rendered me quite speechless. In a good way. First, knowing that it is set in The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, tells you something of its uniqueness. Trotman’s firsthand experience of the Caribbean islands shines through in the vivid descriptions of the area’s history, culture, and environment. But this is no glossy travelogue. At least not in the traditional sense. Instead, we are treated to a...

The Key to Midnight (Book Review)
Books / July 18, 2017

Any writer who is willing to revise an earlier book, especially a successful one, deserves a lot of respect, and I read this book because I saw the writer’s own explanation that he revised The Key to Midnight, one of his earliest novels, by cutting 30,000 words and adding 5000 thousand. The Key to Midnight may be a different type of a Koontz novel, but it is just as exciting and suspenseful as his later work. It is very well wr...

Punk Wig – A Children’s Picture Book – By Lori Ries & Illustrated by Erin Eitter Kono
Books / July 13, 2017

“My Mom’s got alien blobs inside of her. They’re called cancer.” Punk Wig is a children’s picture book with a story of a little boy who supports his mom as she gets her “alien blobs zapped with medicine”. I love kid’s books… books with lots of pictures and a great story. Reading parents know what I’m talking about. I like to read them aloud to my kids and use all sorts of di...

Workout Books For Fat Burning – Burn The Most Fat With The Best Book
Books / July 10, 2017

Losing body fat can be a struggle at the best of times. Emotional, physical and mental problems are all too frequent when trying to burn fat, unless you have the best workout books for fat burning. There are some shockers out there, there are ones that give you mediocre information, and then there are ones that will take you from being whatever size you are, to a perfect beach body if you put in the work. We need decent information b...

What To Say When You Talk To Yourself – Book Review
Books / July 7, 2017

“What To Say When You Talk To Yourself” by Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D. is an excellent book on the power of the mind. It is another great book on the subject. Allow me to share a personal story about my own experience with this book. It came into my life in about 2005. A time when I first began taking my network marketing business seriously. A side-line friend and I were talking, well, I was griping and complaining, about the...

Book Review: Kaya Abaniah and the Father of the Forest, by Wayne Gerard Trotman
Books / July 6, 2017

I hate clichés, but this book has rendered me quite speechless. In a good way. First, knowing that it is set in The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, tells you something of its uniqueness. Trotman’s firsthand experience of the Caribbean islands shines through in the vivid descriptions of the area’s history, culture, and environment. But this is no glossy travelogue. At least not in the traditional sense. Instead, we are tr...