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Published Reviews

The UFO Phenomenon
Milwaukee Shepherd Express reviews
Greer will satisfy neither credulous UFOlogists nor rock-headed skeptics. But far more interesting than any more polemic, The UFO Phenomenon is a rigorously argued...
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After 50 It's Up To Us, Developing The Skills And Agility We'll Need
John Trauth - co author of Your Retirement Your Way - reviews After 50 It's Up To Us... by George Sc reviews
"Optimistic, deeply insightful, and filled with real-life examples, this book is a must for those of us who are willing to invest the time to develop the skills...
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Be the Star You Are!
amazon.com reviews
Here's the URL to get to reviews on Amazon. We have 5 stars and very nice reviews. -- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1587610086/qid%3D998538557/104-60...
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Midwest Book Review reviews
Review of The Business of Show Business, a comprehensive career guide for actors and models By Cynthia Brian ISBN 0-9721140-0-9 304 pages $19.95 E-Book Available...
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Self-Publishing Review reviews
The Brightest Moon of the Century follows Edward from childhood, soon after his mother died, through high school and sullen adolescence, to college alienation and...
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Confrontation Issue No. 102/103 - Winter 08/Spring 09 reviews
from page 219-220 This novel dares to combine the texture of insight that fiction brings with the solidity of research that imposes a hierarchy of factual priority...
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She is Too Fond of Books reviews
With The Brightest Moon of the Century, Christopher Meeks demonstrates a smooth transition from a short fiction writer (I reviewed his collection Months and...
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The Washington Post reviews
Mark Budman has a good ear for sexual frustration and bittersweet comedy, too. His first novel, My Life at First Try, is the autobiographical story of a boy...
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Night's Kiss: Lesbian Erotica
Erotica Revealed reviews
"Ms. Lundoff has two important gifts that make her work exceptional. The first is that she builds a real sense of environmental atmosphere whether she writes about...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
As a young child, freelance writer Chater learned from her parents that the reforms of Vatican II brought “the Smoke of Satan” into the Roman Catholic Church. Then...
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Sisters of Misery
Publishers Weekly reviews
Sisters of Misery Megan Kelley Hall. Kensington, $9.95 paper (308p) ISBN 978-0-7582-2679-2 Maddie Crane has always lived in Hawthorne, where a family name means...
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New York Times reviews
Much of Schneider's history refutes the oral tradition. We think of the class consciousness and snobberies as having been imported by people from ''off-Cape'' or...
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OVENMAN
Diagram reviews
"Parker riffs on the brilliant, bombastic language of one When Thinfinger, pizza cook and then night manager at Gainesville, FL's Piecemeal Pizza by the Slice....
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Red Room reviews
Margaret Mascarenha's novel The Disappearance of Irene Dos Santos is a fascinating tale about two girls and thirty years of recent Venezuelan history. In the...
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The Fright Site reviews
I’m not familiar with the zine MORBID CURIOSITY (1997-2006), consisting of confessions by real people about their bizarre professions, dark desires and odd...
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Dark Scribe magazine reviews
Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues is a must-read for those who want a glimpse into the dark side of people's lives. With 40 essays to choose from, there is...
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Breaking Out of Bedlam
Publishers Weekly reviews
“Delightful…Plenty of heart and humor.”
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Deborah Poe reviews
People tripped up on aesthetic might miss this treasure. Suzanne Frischkorn’s girl on a bridge has many jewels. Truthfully? Often the poems that turn their gaze...
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You Gotta Read Review reviews
Jake Silver was dropping off some of his photographs at an art shop in the quaint tourist town of Breckenridge, Colorado when...
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