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Author Archives: Joanne D. Kiggins

Book Review – An Uncertain Inheritance: Writers on Caring for Family edited by Nell Casey

A book that each and every human being should read, so that they can recognise the reality it speaks about. Read More »

Book Review: The People’s Republic of Desire by Annie Wang

Wang weaves a humorous and often sarcastic trip into Beijing, China. Read More »

Book Review: The Writer Behind the Words – Steps to Success in the Writing Life by Dara Girard

Beginning writers could find the encouragement and tips they need to overcome the pitfalls in their own writing career. Read More »

Book Review: Becoming – Poems 2002-2005 by Christopher Porpora

Porpora may be a younger and newer poet on the scene, but he is one who poetry lovers should give notice. Read More »

Book Review: Autumn Shadows in August by Robert W. Norris

The love between Thompson and his wife was evident throughout the journey and their sense of self worth intensified as the trip continued. Read More »

Forty Things An Alzheimer’s Caregiver Needs To Remember

Caregivers maintain the health, welfare, safety, and dignity of loved ones. Anything beyond that is not your responsibility. Read More »

Alzheimer’s: Tips on Understanding the Disease and its Limitations.

One the most challenging things caregivers are confronted with is dealing with fluctuating moods and difficult behaviors of the person they are caring for. Read More »

Book Review: Journey Back by Dan Martin

The author probably had enough material to make his suspense novel believable. He simply didn’t use the material in a coherent, consistent, or convincing manner. Read More »

Book Review: Spiriting Around A Modern Guide to Finding Yourself by Martin “Mark” Tomback

Tomback uses a no-nonsense approach to growing up and finding solutions to problems. Read More »

Book Review: The Butterfly’s Dance by Christyna Hunter

Readers will find themselves feeling the pain, experiencing the frustration, and reveling in the spirit of possibilities. Read More »