Better Lives for Adults with Autism and ADD
Books may give us the benefit of information that can change our very existence. Excelling with Autism-Obtaining Critical Mass Using Deliberate Practice by Brenda Smith Myles, Ruth Aspy, Kerry Mataya, and Hollis Shaffer can help people with developmental differences to transform their lives.
Death to Diabetes Book Review
There are so many reasons to read for information. Cookbooks teach us more than how to create edible masterpieces. Nutrition and health books abound. One of the best of those that I have ever read is Death to Diabetes, by DeWayne McCulley, a must-read if you have a loved one with diabetes.
Organize and Challenge Yourself To Read
If you´ve promised yourself to read more of the things you like to read, some quick organization and a personal reading challenge might be the trick to get you to turn more pages, or swipe more screens.
The Amelia Series by D. G. Torrens Review
The Amelia Series, books 1-3, are memoirs that chronicle the sad and difficult life of a young woman called Amelia. The books are a look at how difficult life can be for a child who does not grow up in a loving home.
The Gifting 3 Book Series Review
The Gifting, The Awakening, and The Gathering are books in a series written by K. E. Ganshert for the Young Adult market, but they can be enjoyed by adults, too. This series is a page turning adventure in reading. The series has action, a sweet romance, and is filled with the supernatural. WOW!
The Overdue Life of Amy Byler Book Review
From its witty title to its satisfying ending, The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms doesn’t disappoint. This book is not my usual fare, but it was the Amazon First Reads for April, and seemed appealing. Not only was this book free to me, but it was a joy to read, from beginning to end.
The Suspenseful Blake Pierce Books
I got hooked on Blake Pierce when I got a free thriller from BookBub. For the past two weeks, I have been obsessed with these books and haven't wanted to read anything else. I'm on my 11th book! These books are labeled mystery, thriller, and psychological suspense. They are all of that, and more.
When You Were Older Book Review
In her novel, When You Were Older, Catherine Ryan Hyde explores one man's journey through life in the post 9/11 United States. This coming of age novel delves into timeless themes that affect all of us. I read this compelling novel in one greedy gulp!
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