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Repost: Book Review: Destruction of Innocence: A True Story of Child Abduction by Rosalie Hollingsworth

Rosalie Hollingsworth Destruction of Innocence: A True Story of Child Abduction iUniverse, 2009, 266 pages, $20.95 ISBN: 978–1–4401–2502–7 (pbk) (Nonfiction, Biography/Autobiography/Memoir)

“My mind kept centering on the race to find my missing daughter, Triana. I wondered if this search would ever end. I had first lost her when she was one-year-old, and it took me […]

Repost: Book Review: Pursuit of Light by Sandy Brewer

Sandy Brewer Pursuit of Light: An Extraordinary Journey Peach Tree House, 2007, 224 pages, $24.95 ISBN: 978-0-9796554-4-9 (Self-help, Memoir, Inspirational)

“Every moment is a choice, and every choice reverberates . . . Every moment presents an opportunity to ‘pay it forward’.”

Abuse is not a chosen lifestyle for the child placed there by the abuser. […]

Repost: Book Review – Micah’s Child by Lang Buchanan

Micah’s Child Lang Buchanan Dragonon Inc., Mason, OH, 2006 504 pages $17.95 ISBN: 0-9763398-5-4

“I walked to the back of the room to turn out the lights on that half of my portable classroom and saw a twice-folded, handwritten note. Usually, I would have just thrown it away but not this time. The unrecognized scribble […]

Repost: Book Review–Quo Vadis, Israel? by H. Peter Nenhaus

H. Peter Nennhaus Quo Vadis, Israel? Outskirts Press Inc., 2008, 113 pages, $11.95 ISBN: 978 -1- 4327- 1459 – 8 Current Events, Jewish

“Within the turmoil of fears, fury, self-righteous fervor and demonization, nobody in Israel worth his salt would willingly embark on a campaign of atonement.”

As I began reading Nennhaus’s book I had […]

Repost: Book Review–Lifeliner:The Judy Taylor Story by Shireen Jeejeebhoy

Shireen Jeejeebhoy Lifeliner: The Judy Taylor Story iUniverse, 2007, 186 pages, #16.95 ISBN: 978-0-44544-8 Nonfiction, Biography

“This is my third date with the knife,” she jokes as she sees the surgical resident come in to prep her on the afternoon of October 21. “You ought to put a zipper in. It’d be much easier to […]

Repost: Book Review–When Parents Hurt by Joshua Coleman Ph.D.

Joshua Coleman is a down-to-earth individual, both as a parent and as a psychotherapist. His writing is clear and understandable to any parent reader in search of help in the hurtful area of adult children who still live at home yet remain disrespectful of their parents.

… this is a wonderful book, a major eye-opener, […]

Repost: Book Review–Too Much Stuff by Kathryn Porter

Too Much Stuff: De-Cluttering Your Heart and Home by Kathryn Porter Christian Living/Practical Life/General Beacon Hill Press 2006 $13.99

Too Much Stuff is definitely an eye-opener. A how-to book that doesn’t feel like one.

From the minute I started reading her book I was overcome by a sense of get-to-it now. So since it is […]