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The Jellies and the Crunchers

Matt Bell

Covenant Books, 24 pages, (paperback) $15.00, 9781646708543
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

Matt Bell delivers a timeless moral in his children’s picture book The Jellies and the Crunchers.

A town is populated by two groups who dislike each other: Jellies, who only eat jelly, and Crunchers, who only eat crackers. One day, the Jellies and Crunchers both arrive at a park strewn with the remnants of prior […]

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Creation: Lucifer’s Rebellion

Preston Jeremy Cash

Xlibris, 246 pages, (paperback) $13.99, 9781796080377
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

In Creation: Lucifer’s Rebellion, Preston Jeremy Cash revisits a popular, thematically powerful story from Christian myth: the fall of Lucifer, the most highly praised of all angels, after his failed overthrow of Heaven.

This novel is essentially a collection of vignettes that focus on diverse figures who bore witness of the rebellion—from the high angel […]

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Whoa, Whoa, Whoa

E. P. Gold

AuthorHouse, 70 pages, (paperback) $11.46, 9781728399034
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

E.P. Gold’s Whoa, Whoa, Whoa is an erotic memoir about a disillusioned mother and wife living in suburban England who embarks on a hedonistic journey of self-discovery.

Mummy, as the narrator calls herself, is a woman trapped in an unfulfilling existence. While she loves her children and finds satisfaction in being a mother, continuous financial […]

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The Survival of the Richest: An Analysis of the Relationship between the Sciences of Biology, Economics, Finance, and Survivalism

Dr. Anthony M. Criniti IV

Criniti Publishing, 530 pages, (paperback) $19.99, 9780988459540
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

Dr. Anthony M. Criniti IV’s The Survival of the Richest, aims to blend concepts from biology, finance and economics to explore the relationship between survival and wealth.

Criniti’s book focuses primarily on the survival of human society and makes the case that those societies with the most options have the greatest chance of survival. It […]

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Chasing the Dream

Mahesh P. Raj

iUniverse, 314 pages, (paperback) $20.99, 9781532081019
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

In his memoir, Chasing the Dream: Journey of a Poor Boy from Fiji, Mahesh P. Raj tells the story of rising from poverty in Fiji to achieving the success he imagined as a child.

Raj’s early life wasn’t easy. He weighed only four pounds and wasn’t expected to survive when born to an impoverished family […]

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How To Become Extremely Wealthy

James J. Elleyby

Lulu, 368 pages, (paperback) $24.99, 9781684740383
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

In How to Become Extremely Wealthy, a Master Life Coach explains how to cultivate an Abundant Mindset, the mental state necessary to attract, enjoy, and maintain great wealth.

From a foundation rooted in the spiritual law of abundance, James Elleyby explains how one’s state of mind is the key to attracting wealth—or repelling it. The […]

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Tribulation (Cops Planet Book 1)

Jaydeep Shah

Jaydeep Shah, 120 pages, (paperback) $8.99, 9781734982695
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

In this slim suspense novel, two murderers fear that the ghost of their victim has risen to bring them to justice.

Alex Fuentes and his wife Casie take anger to a new art form: tormenting their servants; toying with people for personal gain; murdering at will. The story flashes back six years earlier, when a […]

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The Last Love Story of All Time: The New Proverbs of Solomon

Ronald Horton

Xlibris, 284 pages, (paperback) $19.99, 9781796051315
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

The biblical book of Proverbs is a collection of wisdom, spiritual instruction, and ancient soundbites to help people live righteously while growing closer to God. In The Last Love Story of All Time, Ronald Horton provides a new retelling, expanding on many of the original verses. The author hopes the additions will offer new levels […]

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The Five Types of Women to Avoid in the Hood

Mcgregor Philippe

iUniverse, 150 pages, (paperback) $13.99, 9781532092817
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

Books that offer dating advice tend to emphasize looking for your ideal mate, but what about avoiding potential nightmares? In The Five Types of Women to Avoid in the Hood, McGregor Philippe offers a field guide, of sorts, to five types of black women he urges readers to avoid.

Philippe details the types in separate […]

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Help Keep Out: Volume 5

Robert Letters

Paucus Publishing Company, 185 pages, (paperback) $12.99, 9781733329507
(Reviewed: July, 2020)

Help Keep Out: Volume 5 is part of an ambitious project. For four years—from February 2015 to October 2019—author Robert Letters tweeted a five-line poem daily. This resulted in 1,700 poems total. Volume 5 contains the final books: 13-17.

Letters states that the poems, all untitled, are inspired by East Asian forms such as “haiku, […]

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