Foreword Reviews

Melissa Wuske, Book Reviewer

Melissa Wuske (MelissaAnneWuske.com) has been a freelance editor since 2011. Prior to that she was an editor at Writer’s Digest Books. She specializes in holistic edits of nonfiction trade books, including how to, self-help, reference, and memoir titles. She partners with independent authors to make sure their books convey their expertise to their desired audience. Her favorite authors include Jhumpa Lahiri, Marilynne Robinson, Elena Ferrante, Wallace Stegner, and John Steinbeck.

Book Review

Trafficking

by Melissa Wuske

"Trafficking" rethinks the common, often ineffective, notions of how to achieve health to bring hope to those in need of relief. Robert Buckingham’s "Trafficking" explores the roots of patterns of damage in the body and compellingly... Read More

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It’s Grief

by Melissa Wuske

"It’s Grief" is a guidebook that will impart hope in the moments when it’s most needed. Edy Nathan’s self-help book, "It’s Grief", charts a gentle forward path through the murkiness of loss. Grief is universal, yet each person... Read More

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Nurturing Giftedness To Genius

by Melissa Wuske

Nurturing Giftedness to Genius gives school leaders a new blueprint for education that harnesses research to get results. Harry Giles’s Nurturing Giftedness to Genius introduces a groundbreaking approach to education that disrupts the... Read More

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