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Book Blitz – Spartanica by Powers Molinar

Synopsis: Heart-pounding action. Fantastical creatures. Epic battles for survival. Staggering betrayal. Spartanica, the first book in The Survivors of Sapertys Series, is an engaging young-adult/teen science fiction adventure novel that traces the fates of middle-school brothers Ty and Marcus Mitchell … Continue reading

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Being Fabulously Fit in God’s Kingdom: A 40-Day Journey to Wellness by Renee Wiggins

Synopsis: Did you know that 2/3 American people are overweight? Being overweight can lead to obesity and increase the risk of the chronic illnesses like diabetes, hypertension, and some cancers. Do you know that your body is the temple for … Continue reading

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Book Review of The Man Who Dared To Dream by Don. F. Zullo

Book review first published by Reader Views The Man Who Dared To Dream Don. F. Zullo AuthorHouse (2013) ISBN 9781481744492 Reviewed by Daryn Watson for Reader Views (7/13) “The Man Who Dared to Dream” by Don F. Zullo is a … Continue reading

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Book Review of “The Tragedy of Fidel Castro” by Joao Cerqueira

Being a Political Cs. Mayor in college, I knew when I set my eyes on “The Tragedy of Fidel Castro” by Joao Cerqueira , that it would be an interesting read, but I never expected what I found. I am … Continue reading

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First Date By Arianna Violante

I will never underestimate my family again. Have you ever had one of those nightmares when you bring a guy home to meet the family and they embarrass you SO much? Well it wasn’t just a recurring nightmare for me; … Continue reading

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Life Without Smell by Arianna Violante

Personally, I do NOT know what I would do if I couldn’t smell anything. Maybe I’ve grown accustomed to my Italian nose, but this is the most significant sense to me because not only would we not be able to … Continue reading

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Shangghaied, A Review by Michael Violante

A 15 year old first generation American Irish boy in the mid-fifties runs away from home to pursue his dreams to work and travel on a cruise line around the world. Instead he wakes up on a cargo ship after … Continue reading

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