RECENT REVIEWS & ENDORSEMENTS

  • Everyday Enchantments
    Maria F. DeBlassie
    I highly recommend giving it a try! The language itself soothes and whispers to the soul, though the content may not be the balm everyone needs. Medicine is only as powerful as one's need for it. ~ A. Beckert, GoodReads

  • Malaise, The
    David Turton
    The Malaise is an end of the world dystopian story that is frighteningly all too easy to imagine. The characters were all very enjoyable and pretty realistic. The main characters were quite well developed and I found myself truly caring about what happens to each character. The ending is left open to a potential sequel and I for one, would definitely like to know what's going to happen next! ~ Megan Vickers , GoodReads

  • Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest
    G.L. Davies
    Wow, just wow. Whether you’re a skeptic or a believer, this book will have you on edge from beginning to end. So G.L Davies who identifies himself as “John” really puts himself out there by telling how a malevolent home drove him and his then girlfriend apart and left them feeling empty, depressed, angry and John said even suicidal. Was it ghosts, demons, or simply bad energy? Maybe it was all of the above that created the Hell House they had once attempted to call home. I give it the 5 stars it deserves. ~ Irma Sage, Sagereads.wordpress.com

  • Anne of Cleves
    Sarah-Beth Watkins
    I really enjoyed Sarah-Beth’s style of writing and the book flows really well. You can certainly sense the desperation Anne must have felt during those uncertain six months. ~ Moniek Bloks, History Of Royal Women blog

  • Stop Press Murder
    Peter Bartram
    Another good page-turning murder mystery, with a likeable protagonist and great setting. I would very much like to read more from this series. ~ The Bookworm Chronicles

  • Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest
    G.L. Davies
    I loved this book!! It was so real it was frightening. It is like Insidious meets Paranormal Activity meets the Blair Witch Project but better!!
    Can't wait to go back and read the other 2 books by this author that he references in this frightening tale! Great Job G.L Davies you have a super fan in me! ~ Nicole Diskin - Educator at Greater Albany School district behavioral program, NetGalley

  • Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest
    G.L. Davies
    This terrified me, I couldn’t put it down. ~ Lesley Ann Hillman , Horror House Wife

  • Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest
    G.L. Davies
    Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest by author G.L Davies is a spooky, intense read! A perfect book for October! Full of creepy non fiction accounts of a couples dream house gone nightmare. Told in an interview dialogue, the book reads fast paced and fun! ~ Keirstin Smith , NetGalley

  • Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest
    G.L. Davies
    4.5 stars.This was so enjoyable from beginning to end. I loved the way the story was told, in interview type telling. I was hooked the whole way through and this is how stories should be. But did I believe what was told, as this is apparently a work of non-fiction and all? Umm, well I'm open minded, I'm not definite either way but that doesn't really matter so much. What does matter is if I enjoyed it or if I was bored and didn't like it. It was fun to read, to let myself believe it was true even if I didnt fully believe it to be. So if you go into this with an open mind, you will probably enjoy it as I did. If you think this kind of thing, haunted housed etc is a load of rubbish then dont bother with this. You wont appreciate the story told. If you are a believer, then I ask you, why are you not actually reading this right now as it is a really good book? So if you haven't guess yet, I do definitely highly recommend this.

    ~ Rachel McKitterick , NetGalley

  • You Are Not Your Thoughts
    Frances Trussell
    Great read for a beginner into mindfulness, This title is fun of nuggets to carry through your journey of mindfulness and peace.

    ~ Chelsea Brackins, NetGalley

  • Pursuit of Ordinary, The
    Nigel Jay Cooper
    Relatable, accurate, thrilling and so beautifully written. I am bereft now that it has come to an end. A must read for a true insight into the different shades of mental illness and all that surrounds it. 5 stars. ~ Tam, Amazon

  • Anne of Cleves
    Sarah-Beth Watkins
    I really enjoyed this. Well researched and the writing style is both clear and engaging. ~ Rebecca Batley , NetGalley

  • Anne of Cleves
    Sarah-Beth Watkins
    Very well researched, although brief, biography of Henry VIII's fourth wife... An excellent introduction to Anne's life. ~ Jeanne Williams , NetGalley

  • Malaise, The
    David Turton
    Check out The Malaise if you’re into post-apoc stuff and if you have some thoughts on the social media/privacy debate. Full Review: https://serpent-club.com/2018/10/14/the-malaise-by-david-turton-book-review/ ~ Rachel Berardinelli, Serpent Clun

  • All Things are Nothing to Me
    Jacob Blumenfeld
    We think we have the measure of Stirner’s egoism: it is too tempting to dismiss it as a provocation whose political upshot is either reactionary libertarianism or infantile anarchism. Whether anarchist or libertarian in temper, Stirner’s egoism is assumed to be inimical to Marx’s communism. Jacob Blumenfeld’s dazzling reconstruction of Stirner’s philosophy overthrows this received wisdom. Blumenfeld does not just interpret Stirner’s thought; he appropriates it, thereby exemplifying its most radical injunction. In Blumenfeld’s memorable formulation, Stirner’s egoism is communism seen from the first person singular perspective. But the perspective of the singular is precisely what nullifies the bourgeois subject. Far from sanctifying the individual, Stirner seeks to unleash the nihilating power of the unique beyond the ego. This annihilating power follows from the unique’s productive consumption of every property, including itself. The point is not to replace the sovereignty of the state with that of the individual but to bring about a union of singularities capable of annulling “the thing-like quality of the world”, together with the phantoms of self, society, state, and God. Blumenfeld’s Stirner is the precursor of contemporary insurrectionists and secessionists, but one who refuses to subordinate insurrection to community or secession to identity. The result is an anarchist who subverts the elevation of groundlessness into another law and a separatist who destroys the ontological grounds of separation. What is generated through the union of the uncommon is communism as what Marx called the “fraternization of impossibilities." ~ Ray Brassier, author of Nihil Unbound

  • Anne of Cleves
    Sarah-Beth Watkins
    At 176 pages, this book is a fairly quick read. I definitely recommend it to anyone interested in Henry VIII. Great information backed up with research, presented in a concise, interesting manner. Loved it! ~ Julie Wyant, NetGalley

  • Capitalism on Campus: Sex Work, Academic Freedom and the Market
    Ron Roberts
    This is not for the faint of heart or for the overly sensitive reader. Roberts touches on strong issues and expresses his opinion with fervor and intensity. Recommended for a reader with an open mind, who is willing to see and try to understand another's viewpoint on a hot button topic. ~ Erica Watkins, NetGalley

  • Being a Supervisor 1.0
    Joseph F Duffy, LLD
    I found that Being a Supervisor 1.0 is an excellent book that provides insight to anyone thinking of entering the realm of a supervisory position. The book is an easy read and will certainly enlighten the reader with an array of tips and methods that are extremely useful when dealing with the various issues that arise while serving as a supervisor. What makes this book unique is that it is written by someone whose has been a supervisor for many years and has acquired excellent skills that are readily shared to enable success. ~ Roy DeFranco, Amazon Books

  • 365 Blessings to Heal Myself and the World
    Pierre Pradervand
    read the Foreword and the Introduction yesterday. Then proceded to the first Blessing.
    Cannot describe what a profound difference it made during my whole day. Thank you! ~ Mary Perrodin, email

  • 365 Blessings to Heal Myself and the World
    Pierre Pradervand
    Love this book! This is a way to bless our world in so many different ways. I have enjoyed using this book and the blessings contained within it. I have multiple bookmarks marking some of my favorite ones to use. I decided to start using blessings to try and help bring more peace and unity to our world ~ Evelyn Rossin, Amazon

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