Hello Dear Booksie Friends! I greet you after long absence, but things go on. I am deep into second novel 'Square Grouper Sandwich' and also writing eesays and shorts. This book review is one of those ah, exercises.
Some books are like sleeper cells--they slide into our life quietly, without any hype or hoopla, without grand promises or proclaiming a direct line to God, and the content is so self-evident that until we actually take notice and activate the understanding, the messages go relatively unnoticed. ...
How do you break the chains of an abusive relationship?
Domestic violence affects two to four million people in the United States including teenagers and 54% of parents admit they haven't spoken to their teens about dating violence or healthy relationships.
My Life, My Soul â€“ Surviving, He...
Eugene Sledge provides us with a vivid documentary of the horrors of his combat experiences in the Pacific theater of WWII. Everyone who reads this book will understand the sheer brutality of war, and how terrible of a thing it truly is for those who must experience it.
| Updated May 4, 2011
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