Pranayama: Path to Self Discovery…One Breath at a Time by Ravinder Jerath, MD

Pranayama: Path to Self Discovery...One Breath at a Time Ravinder Jerath, MD AuthorHouse (2009) ISBN 9781449005238 Reviewed by Irene Watson for Reader Views (01/10)   Pranayama, a Sanskrit term derived from two words Prana and Ayama, means life force and control which extends to achieving “control over our lives one breath at a time.”  Dr.... Continue Reading →

Over There by Robert Schoenfeld, M..D.

Over There Robert Schoenfeld, M..D. AuthorHouse (2009) ISBN 9781449030711 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (07/10)   No one ever said going to medical school would be easy, and this was the case of Dr. Robert Schoenfeld.  There are very few slots in prestigious hospitals for medical students, but Dr. Schoenfeld found a... Continue Reading →

Mamas House Oh’ So Good Home Cooking by Brenda Kay

Mamas House Oh' So Good Home Cooking Brenda Kay AuthorHouse (2009) ISBN 9781438900711 Reviewed by Irene Watson for Reader Views (01/10)   I was thrilled to see this cookbook available to review because I had seen the book video and was intrigued by the fact the recipes were “good home cooking.”  There is nothing more... Continue Reading →

Dad, It’s Time To Tell The Truth! by Tony Rassini

Dad, It’s Time To Tell The Truth! Tony Rassini AuthorHouse (2009) ISBN 9781449007584 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (06/10)   Let’s face it- as parents, we lie to our children, especially when divorce is imminent and the two individuals cannot come to terms. No one ever said divorce was easy and when... Continue Reading →

Ancient Wisdoms: Exploring the Mysteries and Connections by Gayle Redfern

Ancient Wisdoms: Exploring the Mysteries and Connections Gayle Redfern AuthorHouse (2009) ISBN 9781449057602 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (01/10)   The author, Gayle Redfern, felt guided by her spiritual connections to write a book about the teachings and guidelines of the indigenous world.  In doing so, she wrote “Ancient Wisdoms: Exploring the Mysteries... Continue Reading →

Aksandar by Judith Montgomery

Aksandar Judith Montgomery AuthorHouse (2009) ISBN 9781449012083 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (09/10)   “Aksandar” is a fictional account of what took place in Afghanistan, in 1979, during the Marxist Khalq Regime.  This regime was financed by Moscow.  As the people of Afghanistan bravely tried to fight the communist control, they put up... Continue Reading →

Aging Gracefully: With Dignity, Integrity & Spunk Intact by Norma Roth

Aging Gracefully: With Dignity, Integrity & Spunk Intact Norma Roth AuthorHouse (2009) ISBN 9781438964324 Reviewed by Irene Watson for Reader Views (01/10)   The title of this book attracted me because I’m in the “aging” group and always wanting to find ways to be graceful in it. Needless to say, I did find Norma Roth’s... Continue Reading →

Thoughts: Life of a Suicide by Dillan Kane

Thoughts: Life of a Suicide Dillan Kane AuthorHouse (2009) ISBN 9781438921860 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (5/09)   Author Dillan Kane’s book is one of the most incredible books I have read on suicide. His brother killed himself at the age of 16. Like most persons who have experienced this, the author... Continue Reading →

There Are Two Types of People in This World Among Other Things by Uche Nwakudu

There Are Two Types of People in This World Among Other Things Uche Nwakudu AuthorHouse (2009) ISBN 9781438959016 Reviewed by William Phenn for Reader Views (9/09)   Ulche Nwakudu is like the Socrates of modern time. His book is a revelation of his concepts on life. His beliefs are extraordinary and vividly raw and unsettling... Continue Reading →

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