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How To Race Pigeons Review

If other pigeon racing teams are constantly winning all the accolades, then it's time that you did something about it. There must be something different that these fanciers are doing, that you haven't got quite right. If you are feeling the pain of the losses, then you should get 'How

Irish Eyes Are Smiling For Frank Delaney's "Shannon"

Author Frank Delaney does a good job of writing about Irish history, folklore, and scandals in the Catholic Church. The book has an even amount of spiritual feel as well as riveting drama if you can imagine the two together.

The Cycle of Abuse

I cannot express how important it is for people to open up their eyes to the enormous amount of child abuse that is going on in the United States. I know that it can be very hard at times to make the determination that a child is indeed being abused, but too often people who suspect abuse will turn

The Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa

Fernando Pessoa's magnum opus, The Book of Disquiet, has been described both as a towering achievement and a waste of time. This factless autobiography really does seem to offer no facts and is probably less than autobiographical. Just what The Book of Disquiet might be remains open to debate,

Book review on Finite Capacity Scheduling, Part III

With this all possible the price could be lowered to a back breaking competitive level giving lower prices to consumers who voted with their dollars while retaining a huge number of proficient hours each time period.

Clinch the Best Deal With Right Facilities at Conference Venues

It is sad and embarrassing to confront situations at conference venues where you find some glitch with Internet connection or the monitor screen. To avoid such situations, it is safe to check all the facilities at first hand at \locations. Only then, you can clinch the best deal and make a satisfyin

Gaia's Tears

This is dedicated to our precious gulf coast and all areas of our planet poisoned by oil spills in the name of greed. To the plants, animals, sea-life, humans, businesses, and ways of life that have been destroyed.

The End That I've Been Hoping For - A Review of End By John Ashton

A new writer, a new book and a new direction in writing. John Ashton's book, End., is a book that can change the way that you think about a great many things, and an astounding story as well. It has also changed the way in which I think about self-published books forever. If you read one book t

Book Review of "Grieving a Soulmate" by Robert Orfali

Robert Orfali, an accomplished author with expertise in information technology, has written a love story worthy of Shakespeare with his Grieving a Soul Mate. Cancer reached forth its menacing tentacles and prematurely took his beloved Jeri from him. For those who might be battling similar scenarios,

The Way of Shadows by Brent Weeks

I was pleasantly surprised by The Way of Shadows. When I first started reading this book, I found it a little bit blase. Here was another book about an invincible assassin who was invulnerable to everything.

Tim Dorsey Books Are One Long Experiment In Tropical Mayhem

If you're looking for a definitive response as to whether or not you should read a Tim Dorsey book, the answer is a solid, "Maybe." Depends on how tightly you're wound. The Timster's particular brand of tropical mayhem somewhat exceeds that established by Florida fictional s

Book Review of "The Disappearance of God" by Albert Mohler

The Roman philosopher Seneca noted, "Other men's sins are before our eyes; our own are behind our backs." Certainly, it is easier to see the sin committed by others while grudgingly hiding any hint of our own. Perhaps scrutiny of the modern church reveals that we are no longer concern

Chick Lit!

The Princess Diaries is the first volume of the critically acclaimed, best-selling series by Meg Cabot. It was released in 2000 by Harper Collins Publishers. The Princess Diaries novels are divided into journal entries of varying lengths, not chapters as in most novels. The series spent 38 weeks on

Jack London - Spirit of American Adventure

Jack London's works reflects the heart of American life.His life reflects the Great American Adventure.Although his books were fiction they were based on current events and historical facts.

Candida Elimination Book Review - 5 out of 5

Review of a new Candida elimination book. It's the best Book or E-book I've read in the Candida elimination category and anyone who suffers from Yeast Infections or Candida Symptoms should definitely take a look at this one. 5/5