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September 15, 2004

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 15, 2004. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2004.

Book Review

The Looking Heart

…so God please use me to try to take a stand against the atrocities of the soul *—*from “My Daddy’s Records” The Looking Heart: Poetic Expressions From Within, a convergence of spirit and emotion, is an ambitious effort of one... Read More

Book Review

Show; Don't Tell

by Kaavonia Hinton

There is no better time to learn the power of the written word than during childhood. Encouraging children to tap into their imaginations and express themselves via writing can lead them to discover their inner thoughts and feelings. But... Read More

Book Review

What Is Goth?

by Elizabeth Millard

The planet, it appears, is ready for a brand new Voltaire. This one doesnt quite possess the philosophical power of the eighteenth-century French one, but he definitely has a witty, cockeyed viewpoint that the earlier Voltaire lacked.... Read More

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The Frugal Book Promoter

by Maryann Miller

Most authors yearn for the Golden Age of publishing when the only imperative for a writer was to write. It was up to the publisher to edit, market, and promote the finished book. That is no longer so in this market-driven era, and this... Read More

Book Review

Magic Hoofbeats

by Kaavonia Hinton

The eight tales in this collection from locales around the world (including North America, Russia, and Albania) are linked by one subject: horses. The tales are organized by place of origin, beginning with a North American story set... Read More

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Autopsy of an Engine

by Amy Brozio-Andrews

Like lifting the hood of one of the many new cars that the now-closed Cadillac plant in Detroit, Michigan rolled out over the years, opening this book gives readers a look at the inner workings of the people who built the cars that... Read More

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