[Book Review] Do you know The 9 Mirages of Love?

The 9 mirages of love
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In a few short months I’ll be walking down the aisle towards my best friend. We’ll become husband and wife. For a long time though, I didn’t think I’d get married. There were a handful of guys I dated that shouldn’t have made it past date two and a handful that never made it to date one. I was certain that I was forever doomed. But when you’re young sometimes you don’t know, ya know? The last guy I date though, right before Daniel, well that lasted way longer than it should have. My friends listened to me talk about him. Did they tell me to move on? Maybe. You couldn’t tell me anything though. I was in need of a good shaking. Read on if you can relate or thats you now, I have just the book for you, The 9 Mirages of Love.

 


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The 7 Days to a Better Blog Challenge with @BrandiJeter

7 Days to A Better Blog Challenge

The 7 Days to a Better Blog Challenge

by Brandi Jeter Riley

“Have you heard that there are well over 250 MILLION blogs on the internet?”

Are you a fellow blogger or someone looking to start a blog?

Do you have a blog that you want to take to the next level? Have you tried to do it on your own but all the tutorials read like another language? Have no fear! Brandi Riley, the blogger behind Mama Knows It All, has written her FIRST book, The 7 Days to a Better Blog Challenge! This book is a guide for anyone looking to take their blog to the next level. You now have access to the Master herself! How excited are you? Read on to find out what you learn in the book! Continue reading The 7 Days to a Better Blog Challenge with @BrandiJeter

[ Book Review ] Help On The Way by Chris Orestis

Help On The Way by Chris Orestis; Book Review featured on My Pocketful of Thoughts on Healthcare and Life Insurance Conversion to a Long Term Care Benefit; http://mypocketfulofthoughts.com

Last week I mentioned that June was Men’s Health Month. The article I read by Chris Oresti made me want to read his book Help On The Way. Healthcare is a topic that is on my mind a lot lately. My parents are now both retirement age as of this year. Their health is OK most days due to the cocktail of pharmaceutical drugs that allow them to be. I’ll be moving out in November after I get married. They’re well being is a priority. Neither could afford a financial blow due to unexpected medical expenses. It peaked my interest to read about the possibility of using a life insurance policy to pay for assisted living and home care. Read on to read an excerpt and my thoughts on the book.  Continue reading [ Book Review ] Help On The Way by Chris Orestis

I Couldn’t Put Down Daniel Silva’s The Kill Artist

Looking for your next #Spy #Thriller Novel? Daniel Silva has just what the Librarian ordered. Check out my review on The Kill Artist - My Pocketful of Thoughts

My friend Leslie gave me The Kill Artist, written by Daniel Silva, to read a few months ago. She said it was a fast paced spy book thriller. If I liked it, there were plenty more in the series to read. It’s great when you have friends who share the same taste in books. Leslie was right, I couldn’t put The Kill Artist down! Read on to find my review of the book and an excerpt! Continue reading I Couldn’t Put Down Daniel Silva’s The Kill Artist

Gone Girl and 2 Guns #Review

Reviews of the book Gone Girl and the movie 2 Guns

Gone Girl and 2 Guns, Did they live up to the hype? Hmm…

Tuesday was the first time in two months since Daniel and I have stepped foot in a movie theater.  It wasn’t from a lack of selections but from lack of opportunity. Summer was Continue reading Gone Girl and 2 Guns #Review