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Reviews of Books with 124 Pages

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The Smile Inside

by Melissa Wuske

Humor and a positive attitude bring an emotional edge to this weight-loss memoir. In "The Smile Inside", a memoir designed to motivate, Lisa Sapiro shares the ups and downs of her journey to weight loss—and the mental and physical... Read More

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The Power to Excel

by Dindy Yokel

Humbleness and giving back are central to Azuka Zuke Obi’s first book, The Power To Excel: Reaching For Your Best. Like a long and somewhat drawn out conversation with a friend, Obi passes along his secrets of success gained while... Read More

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Living in Christ

by Melissa Wuske

In "Living in Christ", Dan Lynch seeks to unlock the meaning of Bible verses containing the words “in Christ,” “in Him,” or “in Whom.’” Lynch shares with readers what, in his view, it means to live life “in Christ” and... Read More

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Poetry to Ponder

by Kristine Morris

Rex B. Valentine began writing poetry at the age of four, when primitive living conditions on the family farm necessitated providing one’s own entertainment. He continued to write during his long and colorful life, intending to leave a... Read More

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Solitary Thoughts

by Jill Allen

William Goff’s debut book, Solitary Thoughts: A Variety of Subjects Addressed, introduces readers to his opinions about society today through a series of short essays on many topics, including hate, obesity, and capitalism. Goff... Read More

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