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Amazon reviews
I purchased Ike's book, "Winning The Money Game: Everything You Don't Know About Achieving Financial Independence (Vol 1)" soon after my stock trading mentor sent...
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Amazon reviews
This step-by-step guide explains how to choose safe, high-return investment vehicles. After reading Ike's book twice, I confidently implemented several of his...
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Amazon reviews
Ike, your advice is extraordinary in a time when we face so many uncertainties in our economy. After reading your book I have began to implement your...
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Amazon reviews
I just finished reading Ike's book Winning The Money Game. It was amazing! He covers every financial topic of where people are losing money in such great detail....
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Amazon reviews
I really appreciated Ike's explanation of "Real" rate of Return because it shows if your money is "really" growing. I personally am not a fan of Universal/Whole...
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Old Man River
On Point with Tom Ashbrook reviews
One hour segment devoted to Old Man River.
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The Brothers' Keepers
Goodreads.com reviews
The Brothers’ Keepers by John H. Paddison and Charles D. Orvik chronicles the progression of the five Lambson boys through the convolutions of neglect and abuse....
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The Brothers' Keepers
Academia.edu reviews
A Professor and Attorney team up to write a social issue novel about child abuse and neglect situated in 1930’s-1940’s North Dakota—and reveal the ongoing...
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Catalina Kiss
Amazon.com reviews
I truly enjoyed this book. I didn't think I would enjoy a "romance" per se, but the underlying dilemma of the main character was completely modern and realistic. I...
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Sign of the Throne
My Dear Bibliophage reviews
“Melissa Eskue Ousley’s Sign of the Throne is a beautifully written tale that will captivate readers from the first page until the very last page. Eskue Ousley has...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
To The Point reviews
In an effort to be as thorough with my exploration of the romance genre as possible, I decided that the last book I'd peruse would have a male author. It seemed...
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The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
The Veritas Magazine reviews
Being from a non-religious background I will admit to circling around this book several times before biting into it. The title seemed a little daunting and,...
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"O" Magazine reviews
If your secret desire is to live in a world where bad men are punished and your girlfriends rule and the best cure for a broken heart is to throw back your head...
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Stories in Stone
Sunset Magazine reviews
Keister has done for cemetery exploration what Audubon did for birding.
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Blogging Authors, Amazon, and other places reviews
For those readers fortunate enough to have read Christopher Meeks’ first short story collection - THE MIDDLE-AGED MAN AND THE SEA - and discovered the...
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Bad-Ass Faeries
The Huntress Reviews (cross posted on Amazon.co.uk) reviews
So here are nineteen Faery tales which in no way resemble the cute little faeries of our childhood. Some stories are written better than others, but all of them...
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New Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development
Public Art Review reviews
Arlene Goldbard's most recent book, New Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development, is a comprehensive, well-written, and passionate chronicle of this...
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Still Life With Devils
Publishers Weekly reviews
Still Life with Devils Deborah Grabien. Drollerie (Ingram, dist.), $15.95 paper (218p) ISBN 978-0-9798-0810- 4 Grabien (New-Slain Knight) turns to supernatural...
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ELEMENTAL, The Power of Illuminated Love
Zinta Reviews Blogarama and The Smoking Poet reviews
“And then this gift arrives, this grand and pleasingly heavy book. Unwrapping, I knew this would not be the kind of read that one zips through on a spare weekend...
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The Last Good Freudian
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
``I was born and brought up to be in psychoanalysis and, as a result, much of my adult life was spent on the couch.'' Thus begins Brenda Webster's new memoir,...
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