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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do… But You Could’ve Done Better – Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell

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This is a short book filled with hilarious stories on breakups which most people can relate to. Highly recommended to anyone looking for a good laugh.

  • Pages: 150
  • Publisher: Animal Media Group LLC (10 January 2017)
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This Extraordinary Moment – John Astin

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This Extraordinary Moment is a helpful guidebook on how to we can change our way of thinking by getting rid of certain labels we use to define us. The book proposes that we view negative experiences a certain way because of the meaning we attach to them and offers keys to unlocking a better path to living a happier and more fulfilled life.

  • Pages: 176
  • Publisher: New Harbinger (1 November 2018)
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A Broken Reality – Rob Kaufman

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A Broken Reality is a well-written book that intrigued me from the start.

The story was easy to follow and full of well developed and interesting characters. The plot is gripping, and although the pacing starts as a slow burn, it gradually escalates until we get to an explosive ending. Just when I thought I’d figured everything out, the author throws another twist which caught me totally off guard. I had a hard time putting this book down because I wanted to see where it was going.

I love the author’s writing style and he knows how to keep you on edge and wanting to read more. This is the first book I have read by Rob Kaufman and I am looking forward to reading more by him.

  • Publisher: Independent Book Publishers Association (1 August 2018)
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The Invisible War – Ailsa Wild, Briony Barr, Gregory Crocetti, Ben Hutchings, Jeremy Bar

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Set in the WWI era, the story centers on Sister Annie, a nurse who gets infected while treating a patient with dysentery. The story follows the bacteria as they course through her body.

This Invisible War—with black and white illustrations—is an interesting blend of history and science. It is informative and provides important insights into WWI and the horrors of dysentery. The second part of the book contains further explanations of the diseases, including mental and emotional trauma some soldiers experienced. It also contains some interesting facts about WWI. Would recommend this book to anyone interested in history or science.

  • Pages: 88
  • Publisher: Scale Free Network (1 July 2016)
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Red Key Revolution – Jordan Kemper

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Red Key Revolution is a compact self-help book crafted to help you live a more significant life. The author offers keys to unlocking a better path to living a more significant life and encourages the reader to seek significance and success.

In this book, Jordan shares stories, offering insights and questions, and then he suggests actions to inspire the reader to make the most important decisions that will help them live a more fulfilled life.

  • Pages: 152
  • Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press (2 October 2018)
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Inside the Whispers – A.J. Waines

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Inside the Whispers is the 1st book in the “Samantha Willerby Mystery” series.

This is a well-written book that intrigued me from the start. The storyline was easy to follow and full of well-drawn and interesting characters. The plot was gripping and the pacing was perfect. Just when I thought I’d figured everything out, the author throws another twist into the story which sent it off in a different direction. The outcome was a complete surprise.

This is the first book I have read by A.J Waines and I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series.

  • Pages: 300
  • Publisher: Bloodhound Books (15 October 2018)
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The Three Rooms: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life – Kevin Murphy

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The Three Rooms is a wonderful book that shows us how to live in the present moment by separating our awareness from those negative thoughts we tend to identify ourselves with.
Using the analogy of three rooms (The Past Room, The Present Room, and the Future Room), the book proposes that we are not our thoughts and shows us how to let go of the negative thoughts in the Past Room and instead be an observer, and how we can align with our HIgher Self which exists in the Present Room.

  • Pages:260
  • Publisher: River Grove Book (7 August 2018)
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SNAP! Change Your Personality in 30 Days – Gary Small; Gigi Vorgan

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SNAP! is an informative book about how to change your personality in 30 days. This book proposes that we can change our personalities if we desire to become a better version of ourselves and unlocks a path to gaining a better understanding of who we are now and which aspects of our lives we would like to change.

  • Publisher: Humanix Books (9 January 2018)