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Author Archives: Betty Wong

Betty Wong grew up studying natural health and nutrition and is now a certified Master Herbalist. She believes that the health of the body, mind, and spirit are intrinsically linked and that nurturing all aspects of the self is essential to achieving true health. She is a naturally curious person who likes to ask questions and look for creative and unusual answers. She is also an avid reader and writer, and enjoys crafting in her free time.

Book Review: The Trading Assistant’s Assistant by Hillary DePiano

This little book gives practical advice and valuable information on how to start a business on eBay. Read More »

Book Review: Neptune Noir, Edited by Rob Thomas

A collection of essays from 18 writers on the show Veronica Mars, a must-read for all Veronica Mars fans. Read More »

DVD Review: Smallville Season 6

Smallville Season 6 introduces new superheroes, a shocking marriage, and amazing special features. Read More »

Music Review: Karl Latham – Resonance

Musicians with extraordinary technical skills but the arrangements leaves something to be desired. Read More »

Music Review: Laura Pursell – Somewhere In This Room

A talented lyricist and singer teams up with a talented composer to create this unique album. Read More »

Music Review: Karmina – The Kiss (EP)

Sisters Kelly and Kamille showcase their talents in music and voice. Read More »

Book Review: Hundreds of Years to Reform a Rake by Laurie Brown

A fun and entertaining paranormal romance that transcends space and time. Read More »

Book Review: Fables from the Mud by Erik Quisling

Profound fables about invertebrates attracts Hollywood's attention. Read More »

Music Review: Clare Burson – Thieves

Clare Burson's hauntingly mellow voice sings a beautiful and poignant album. Read More »

Book Review: Once Bitten, Twice Shy by Jennifer Rardin

A delicious taste of vampirism with an ass-kicking protagonist and terrifying plot. Read More »