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You Are His Masterpiece: Hope When Life Throws You a Curve, 2nd Edition

Judith Lacy Hewes, LCSW, illustrated by A.J. McCoy

Youarehismasterpiece Publishing, 54 pages, (paperback) $16.99, 9781735801001
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

Judith Hewes comforts those who are grieving in this picture-book style message of God’s love for the brokenhearted.

Written to console a devastated mother after her baby was stillborn, Hewes’ message of God as the master designer of our lives aims to bring hope, comfort and peace to those suffering the loss of something precious. […]

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The Contentment Dividend: Meditations for Realizing Your True Self

Michael Goddart

Clear Path Press, 206 pages, (paperback) $18.95, 9781960090423
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

In The Contentment Dividend, Michael Goddart offers 49 insightful short essays on the benefits of finding a unique, ongoing way of quieting the mind’s chatter and accessing the higher self.

In a short Author’s Note at the beginning, Goddart extends a friendly invitation to “engage with the thrilling meaning of life…and your call to inner […]

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When to Act and When to Refrain

Marvin J. Stone, MD, MACP, FRCP

Archway Publishing, 326 pages, (hardcover) $29.99, 9781665744850
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

The letters behind his name—Master American College of Physicians, Fellow Royal College of Physician— barely scratch the surface of Dr. Marvin J. Stone’s illustrious medical career. As he recalls his decades of medical practice, teaching and research, he prefaces this engaging memoir with the hope that readers will be inspired by the successes of the […]

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Soaring Beyond Midlife: The Surprisingly Natural Emergence of Leadership Superpowers in Life’s Second Half

Aneace Haddad

Aneace Pte Ltd , 217 pages, (ebook) $18.00,
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

Aneace Haddad’s second leadership offering, following the parable novel The Eagle That Drank Hummingbird Nectar, addresses a new group of readers: those in their late 30s to late 60s, who are approaching the “crucible of midlife leadership.”

The book is framed around a fictional CEO forum in Lake Como, where four CEOs are floundering: Rajiv, […]

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Dusted by Stars

G.A. Matiasz

62 Mile Press, 124 pages, (paperback) $12.00, 9781737005537
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

Harkening back to Golden Age science fiction adventures by masters like Robert A. Heinlein and Arthur C. Clarke, G. A. Matiasz’s novella follows Stacy Jones, a struggling Martian freight hauler and owner of the Skylark who is desperately seeking a new job to pay the bills.

After agreeing to transport a strange but apparently harmless […]

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A.C.E.S. for Students: Strategies for Success in the First Year of College and Beyond

Tracy G. Crump, PhD, JD, LLM

Ase Publishing Group, 186 pages, (paperback) $19.95, 9798218127923
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

Tracy G. Crump leverages her time spent as a first-generation college student and her professional experiences as a tenured professor, attorney, and entrepreneur to offer A.C.E.S for Students: Strategies for Success in the First Year of College and Beyond.

This guide—A.C.E.S stands for achievement-driven; capacity-informed; enthusiasm-oriented; and skill-building-focused—breaks down what’s needed for success into three […]

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The Village

Eliade Moldovan

Eliade Moldovan, 267 pages, (paperback) $15.99, 9781738324200
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

The Village is a modern-day drama focusing on a geographically isolated agrarian religious community called Orinsland, where a morally questionable priest has assumed the role of town leader.

The story centers on Father Quinn’s relationship with his Christian congregation, some of whom support his dogmatic approach to faith and some who are unconvinced by his […]

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Brilliant Emotions: Great Agony, Great Promise – True Stories from a Buddhist Psychotherapist

Paul Cashman

Naropa University, 152 pages, (paperback) $14.99, 9798870601731
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

In Brilliant Emotions, therapist Paul Cashman shares how he treats his patients’ emotional suffering with a combination of Western psychotherapy and ancient Buddhist wisdom.

Over Cashman’s years as a psychotherapist, addiction counselor, and lecturer, he translated a Tibetan Buddhist practice called the Four Karmas into a Four-Step Practice to help others learn how to find […]

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The Perennial War of Paramours

Rock Kitaro

Stage in the Sky Creations, 220 pages, (paperback) $25.50, 9798988481515
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

In Rock Kitaro’s novel, the war between the sexes explodes into geopolitical turmoil when a journalist, TV executive, heiress and assassin are drawn into an ancient conflict.

Kitaro draws on his Christian faith, conspiracy fiction, and action movies to inspire his globetrotting thriller. Marcus Angel is a columnist who is shocked to discover that his […]

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The Spanish Sacrifice

Jay Perin

East River Books, 470 pages, (ebook) $4.99, 9798988264804
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

The sixth novel in Jay Perin’s projected seven-volume retelling of the Mahabarata continues the saga of the Sheppard, Barrons and Kingsley families’ battle for control of the world oil market.

After a brief prologue featuring elder statesman Temple vowing revenge at the funeral of an undisclosed decedent, the novel proper begins in 1998. Lilah (a […]

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