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Author Archives: Helen Gallagher

Book Review: ‘B & Me: A True Story of Literary Arousal’ by J.C. Hallman

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Adding depth beyond literary criticism of Baker, the sense of playfulness reveals Hallman may perhaps have a serious obsession about Baker. Through it all he teaches the reader to be a better reader, to seek an understanding of an author’s awareness of his own strength and weakness. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Stretch Marks: Essays for the Unfinished Woman’ by Joan Anderson

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Anderson teaches us acceptance of bodies that change, and now must serve us in new ways. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Secret Copenhagen’ by Jonglez Publishing

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An ancient city in Denmark has riches to share with visitors, young and old. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Secret Rome’ by Jonglez Publishing

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An ancient city brought to life with obscure, fun, and fascinating places, exhibits, puzzles and gems hidden throughout Rome. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The End of Absence’ by Michael Harris

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By 'absence' Harris means that feeling that there is no next thing waiting, pinging, or popping up – a type of solitude many of us lack. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Secret New York: Curious Activities’ by T.M. Rives

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Jonglez publishes “local guides by local people” which guarantees even a New York native will be surprised by many of the great finds in this charming guidebook. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Michelangelo’ by Miles J. Unger

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A compelling immersion in the art and history of Michelangelo and his work in Florence and Rome. Read More »

Book Review: ‘How to Write Anything,’ by Laura Brown

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Non-writers who need to gain skill in the art of writing have found their security blanket. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The 30-Day Heart Tune-Up’ by Steven Masley, MD

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Assess, prevent and even reverse heart deficits through awareness of specific changes in fitness, nutrition and vitamins. Read More »

Book Review: ‘How to Write a Memoir in 30 Days’ by Roberta Temes, Ph.D.

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When writing about difficult times in life, inspiration comes from the many samples extracted from student memoirs. Seeing others put their struggles down on paper and wring meaning from their experiences will empower the reader to do the same, and to create a process of therapeutic self-discovery along with the satisfaction of the daily writing habit. Read More »