Friday, May 28, 2010

Review: Women Food and God

Hello everyone! Another review was posted by Mary VanderGoot. If you think you may like the book you can buy it by clicking here.

Here is the start of the review:

Many readers who pick up Geneen Roth’s new book have already worked their way through her previous bestseller: When Food is Love. Both narrate her therapy with women who do battle with food. Those who believe they love nothing more than they love food, and those who believe that they hate nothing more than they hate food. Roth tells the stories of many women who are caught in a tug of war between these feelings. They love to hate food; they hate to love it. (Read More)

Friday, May 21, 2010

A Review of Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert

Once again Elizabeth Gilbert has given her readers a book long on charm. This time it is about marriage. She writes like a journalist. Her style is one most often found in an eight paragraph op-ed. A catchy idea and some utterly delightful one liners. It is nothing short of remarkable that she can sustain this for eight chapters.

Click here to see the full review.
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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Stay Possitive

"How Full Is Your Bucket?" by Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D. is a book that looks at how negative and positive interactions affect your everyday life. It shows how negative interactions can severely increase your chances for poor health and low productivity. It also gives you ways to increase the positive interactions you have in your life, making you happier and healthier. Take a look and see what this book has to offer you!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Meet our new guest reviewer!

 Check out the reviews of Mary VanderGoot. She is being kind enough to review some books for us. She already has a couple of reviews up!

Check out her review of "The Cellist of Sarajevo" by Steven Galloway by clicking here.

Monday, May 3, 2010

A Tale of Government and Religion

"The Septembers of Shiraz" by Dalia Sofer is a book about an Iranian family dealing with life in the aftermath of the Iranian revolution. Isaac Amin, a rare-gem dealer, is accused of being a spy and taken away to prison. While Isaac has to deal with life in an Iranian prison, his family has to deal with life in the new Iranian society. What happens to Isaac and his family? Read this book and find out. Let us know what you think of it.