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Author Archives: Helen Gallagher

Book Review: ‘Online Marketing for Busy Authors: A Step-by-Step Guide’ by Fauzia Burke

Fauzia Burke knows every element of author marketing and includes a powerful section on agents and major publishers, to help you identify the best avenue for your online marketing plan. With "Online Marketing for Busy Authors: A Step-by-Step Guide" you not only have a template, but a step-by-step roadmap to success. Read More »

Book Review: ‘When Breath Becomes Air,’ by Paul Kalanithi

In "When Breath Becomes Air" Paul Kalanithi details his inability to take on the five stages of death: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance, until he decided to reverse them. Surely his medical training was an aid in tackling the diagnosis with a vengeance. Read More »

Book Review: ‘At The Existentialist Café: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails,’ by Sarah Bakewell

Whether the reader is interested in the lives of Sartre, Beauvoir, and Heidegger, or in search of fulfillment of one’s own enlightenment, Sarah Bakewell’s "At the Existentialist Cafe: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails" account of the Existential movement is both fascinating and relevant. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Utopia Parkway: The Life and Work of Joseph Cornell’ by Deborah Solomon

"Utopia Parkway: The Life and Work of Joseph Cornell" by Deborah Solomon shows an artist who was indeed his own man, and full of imagination. Eventually his artwork found its way into New York galleries and led to a long, interesting career in the art world of America and the international market. Read More »

Book Review: ‘How to Live An Awesome Life’ by Polly Campbell

"How To Live An Awesome Life" by Polly Campbell is an especially powerful exercise on how to transform a complaint into something positive. Five clever rules to consider may help you reframe the issue within minutes, so you can readjust quickly when the unexpected happens. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Pink Suitcase: 22 Tales of Women’s Travel’ Edited by Janna Graber

"They traveled as mothers, sisters, wives, daughters, friends and lovers. Sometimes they traveled alone, whether by choice or circumstance, often forming deep connections with the people who crossed their paths." "The Pink Suitcase: 22 Tales of Women's Travel" Edited by Janna Graber Read More »