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Description Marriage the Second Time Around is More Complicated! Were you or your spouse married before? Do the complications sometimes feel overwhelming? Do you even secretly wonder if you might have made a mistake? You are not alone! In fact, almost one out of every three people who gets married today has been married sometime before. And we all face the same struggles: stepfamily complications, healing from the past, and not wanting to repeat our mistakes. No matter how long you have been together — whether just engaged or celebrating seven years of marriage, it’s never too late to gain a new vision of your marriage, the way it was meant to be. This book will help you: — Stop the “blame game” — Forgive your “ex”​ — Get better at conflict — Work through personality differences — Bond as a stepfamily Readers have called it “helpful,” and “encouraging.” EXCERPT About This Book My husband, Vern and I, have been married for nine years now. For the first four years, we weren’t sure if we would survive as a couple but through prayer, counselling and hard work, we can now say that we are “happily married.” To make it work,...
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Rooted in science fiction, the narrative is deeply invested in the emotional side of its main players. ‘Rings of Polaris’ fuses science fiction, dystopian, and action – in an adventure giving Arthur C. Clarke a run for his money. Readers are invited to strap in with  Rebel Lexis on a mission across the vast wasteland that was once Earth to the surface of Mars. While nobody will deny science fiction’s timeless popularity, both readers and critics are currently crying out for wholly-unique new narratives that don’t succumb to recycling of the “same old” concepts. Thankfully, Paul Alan has stepped up to the plate with gusto, serving up a compelling new series. About Author: Through unexpected characters and vivid prose, Paul Alan explores the varied landscape of science fiction. Alan’s interest in science often informs his writing. His first three action packed books, Rebel Lexis, Giants of Mars, and Star Child are deeply rooted in Science Fiction’s timeless popularity. He lives in Chicago, Illinois where he plots his next story arc. Excerpt “Rings of Polaris is strictly a work of fiction and any characters within this book resembling any real persons is purely coincidental. Digging deep in a Martian Desert men...
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. What happens when Capitalism is closely intertwined with Art? And what happens when Art is linked to  people murdered or kidnapped? That is the literary framework of  a stunning mystery written by Vincent Panettiere and titled The Scopas Factor.  The novel I reviewed is not only a mystery, but a modern spy story, where  I saw many underlying messages.  From the first to the last page.   The Scopas Factor is the story of an American detective, Mike Hegan,  with a painful burden: all of the people he loved have been murdered, tragically.  His new girlfriend,  Diana, offers him a new job opportunity, but this new vicissitude opens the way to another vortex of compelling twists, such as a trip to a small town in California, where a girl is kidnapped and two men are murdered. Why? This is the second, rather, the third question arising from the novel.  The kidnapped girl is, in turn, the daughter of a woman who  survived  a massacre in a village in Laos, in 1990.  At that time,  the people of the village were murdered by mercenaries involved in American deals.   After the massacre, the survivors relocated to a refugee camp in...
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This book made me come to my mind the unforgettable movie titled Ghost,  with Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze. Do you remember? He has been murdered by a hitman and appears  to her while she is working with a pot of clay. In  the novel, the hitman is a cop who kills a black guy, Dave. The girlfriend who  talks  with the ghost is Arianna, an Italian sculptor.  Set between Italy and the US, the Scuplting Revenge is a well written novel about the always burning  topic of racism  and the murders of black people in the US by white cops.  I loved the tender writing style of this author. I felt his sweet personal story in the book, the one of a guy born from Indian and German parents. They have died and left this guy on the streets of Philadelphia.  He met Arianna on the Eve of the New Year. She called him “ Black Sugar” , but  he teases  her,  saying that these are racist words, but he talks with the smile on the lips. Until to the day of the murder, accomplished by a cop.  A planned death?   Arianna thinks about her revenge carving the sculpture...
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The Broken Girls is the title a mystery novel written by Simone St. James. In my review, I discussed about the success of this book and about its underlying messages. Yes, hidden messages addressed to readers who loved and will love this story (like me). Released in March of the past year, The Broken Girls has been regarded as the most addictive mystery novel of 2018. I also think it is a great and very interesting story under many standpoints. I explained all this in my review. The plot tells about a freelance journalist, Fiona Sheridan, who is obsessed by the murder of her loved sister happened twenty years ago. For the crime, the Court convicted the boyfriend, but the journalist has the suspect that the truth about this murder has not been discovered, yet. The story is set in Vermont, in 2014, but retraces the mysterious events occurred in a boarding school in 1950. Indeed, the main character of this novel is looking for information to write a story about a boarding school that seems to be haunted by the ghost of a girl murdered along with her baby. She was Mary Hand and the school is the fearsome...
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This is the first romance novel that gave  me the goosebumps.  The plot is about the  love story of two thirty  year guys who decided to marry after only two weeks of dating.  The main characters of this much chatted wedding are Tara and Luke.  Both of them lost their parents tragically. Tara’s parents catch a disease during the first travel of their life.  Indeed,  returned  home,  they get sick and die in a very short time.  The parents of Luke, instead,  died  in a truck accident.    The future spouses are two lonely people, with a problem : Luke is a bossy companion, but Tara pretends to accept the dark side of her new love.   I greatly appreciated this reading and the way of the author to face the topic of loss and the consequences of this wedding. A hasty wedding made to fill the gap left by a tragic death. The tone of voice of the author  is heartfelt and seasoned with  religious sentences.  Thoughts about faith and God surround the various chapters and make them  really poignant.  I remained more and more involved by the novel, chapter after chapter,  and  consider it as the best novel to...
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Book description Love at first sight. It’s every girl’s dream. But Tara Simpkins is finding out it’s not as easy as it seems. Is this truly the man God sent to be her husband, or is she just desperate to escape her loneliness? The recent loss of both parents has left her reeling, and close friends don’t think she’s in any position to make major life decisions. She and her new-found love are convinced they can live happily ever after in the home of their dreams. His family thinks he’s moving way too fast and might disappoint the kind-hearted woman he’s fallen head over heels for. And then there’s Leah. Leah is supposed to be part of his past, but what if she decides she’s his future? Tara’s match made in Heaven may be over before it truly begins. EXCERPT Acknowledgments My fourth book, book three of the hope-themed series, is behind me. Another labor of love is completed. I enjoy writing inspirational books that inspire me and encourage the people who read them. I thank my family and friends for their prayers and support, as well as my editors, book formatter and book cover designer. Without the team God...
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 I must admit I remained lightly impressed when I read this handbook for the first time. Yes, impressed and, later,  nicely  struck. The work, is, in fact, a wide collection of unusual recipes that taught me to replace common and dangerous  ingredients such as salt and sugar,   with  absolutely  low fat  and low sugar organic compounds.  And so, I brought the handbook to my kitchen and started cooking  delicious vegan, gluten free and lactose free recipes. I warn you that the dishes listed by the author are not only to lose weight,   but to follow a healthy  organic diet, as well.  Furthermore, the recipes are not only vegan, because you can also find the ones with  ham and the famous Italian Bresaola.  I read the Kindle edition of the book. That is not a work to read on the sofa, but a cookbook, a stunning culinary guide to prepare a different meal every day.   Keeping reading it, I learnt that flour can also be made with banana and that spices like paprika and ginger make the dishes absolutely delicious and flavored better than adding salt. The collection of recipes is really countless and you can find any kind of dish,...
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Here I am again with the new edition of the Advicesbooks Prize to award the best books I read in 2018. Welcome to a new discover about little and big literary masterpieces in two separated categories: traditionally published novelists and self published authors. Are you ready to discover the best titles I read in the past year?  Are you sure? Well, start now and you’ll discover that the best books of 2018, read through this book site, are only two: one in the category traditionally published authors and one in the category self-published authors. As regards the category of traditionally published authors, the best book I read in  2018 is Origin by Dan Brown. Why I rewarded this already famous novelist? Not  because he is known, but because his novel is a real literary masterpiece. The reasons of this Prize are explained in my book review, but, in short, Origin won the new edition of the Advicesbooks Prize for the great talent of the author  to closely mix science, religion and the current topic of artificial intelligence, turning them into a post-modern  mystery novel. Through the plot, Dan Brown unravels the ominous consequences of digital alienation pushing them in the...
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Origin is the latest book written by the famous novelist Dan Brown. That is the seventh thriller novel and the fifth with Robert Langdon as a protagonist.  If you want to know more about this novel, read my review. I read this novel in the past weeks, in one breath. I never read the other books by Dan Brown, but only seen the movies. Well, after reading Origin, I think that the movie directors or screen players didn’t read the novels by Dan Brown before shooting the movies. I don’t like the movies drawn from Dan Brown’s novels, but I liked Origin, very much! Why? Continue reading my review to better know my opinion about the book. I just said that Origin, is a masterpiece because it is a perfect novel. The plot is perfect, writing style is perfect, the underlying meaning is perfect. Let’s start from the plot. Plot The plot of Origin, is closely intertwined with the most current topics of our modern world. These topics are perfectly linked to the subtopics of Religion and Science. The main fictional characters of the book by Dan Brown are Edmond Kirsch, an atheist, billionaire, futurologist, and Robert Langdon. The latter,...
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