FBI Girl: How I Learned To Crack My Father’s Code By: Maura Conlon-McIvor Book Review via @erinwise82

What’s better than a book that gives you that old-school feeling of reading a good Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew like feel? Continue reading “FBI Girl: How I Learned To Crack My Father’s Code By: Maura Conlon-McIvor Book Review via @erinwise82”

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Bash Bash Revolution Book Review from @kleffnotes

Philip K. Dick award nominee, Douglas Lain examines how the world could change with the growth of AI in his novel Bash Bash Revolution. This story follows Matthew Munson, a seventeen year old high school dropout, who is trying to explain to whoever is reading his social media posts how everything changed possibly all because of his father. This surprisingly frightening work forces reader to see just how easily technology could change everything they’ve ever known. Continue reading “Bash Bash Revolution Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Stolen Obsession Book Review from @kleffnotes

Annalisse Drury is still coping with the violent death of her close friend Sam. This death has haunted her not only because it remains unsolved, but because the bracelet her friend was wearing is believed to be cursed. When she’s at a gallery opening for a dear friend and client she sees a piece that matches the cursed bracelet and feels as though everything is doomed from that point forward. While people try to persuade her everything will be fine, danger and death begin to appear at every corner in Stolen Obsession. Continue reading “Stolen Obsession Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Book Review-GIANT: Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean, Edna Ferber, and the Making of a Legendary American Film​ By Don Graham via @stacyamiller85

Edna Ferber wrote the novel Giant in 1952. Fred Guiol and Ivan Moffat wrote a screenplay adaptation of Ferber’s novel and in 1956 the American western film Giant starring Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor and James Dean premiered.

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Things We Haven’t Said Book Review from @kleffnotes

Things We Haven’t Said is a book that will fill you with a variety of emotions and is something that I think is important reading material for anyone. The focus of this collected work is sexual violence survivors and their stories. This topic is something that needs to be brought more into focus and that is why I chose to review this. I will say that I will not delve into details of each story presented in the work in this review, but the book itself does not shy away from frank discussions. Continue reading “Things We Haven’t Said Book Review from @kleffnotes”

2394 Mirrors of the Past Book Review from @kleffnotes

Two women, Resha and Swallow, find a connection in the past of their very changed world in 2394 Mirrors of the Past. Resha is one of very few people alive who can remember the Before Time, a period that existed before the great changes that altered the world forever. Swallow is a young woman who wishes to know more and connect with this decades old, but forever young, woman by discovering what happened before she was born. Continue reading “2394 Mirrors of the Past Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Business for Bohemians Book Review from @kleffnotes

Many people long to turn their passions into profits, but aren’t sure exactly how to go about making this a reality. In his book, Business for Bohemians: Live Well, Make Money, Tom Hodgkinson presents advice and tips that can help those who identify as more free spirited to enter the world of self-employment. By sharing his own experiences in creating a small business Hodgkinson easily explains what anyone interested in exploring entrepreneurial pursuits should know. Continue reading “Business for Bohemians Book Review from @kleffnotes”