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Book Review: 50 Years in the OR by Ron Whitchurch

    Ron Whitchurch’s book is an insightful and honest exploration about how an OR nurse, specializing in anesthesia manages to cope. The stories contained in this book are priceless. They clearly showcase that a normal day for a nurse anesthetist is difficult and hard to bear. Yet because of this its probably the most exhilarating and exciting type of nursing practise…See More
Feb 24
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Book Review: 50 Years in the OR by Ron Whitchurch

    Ron Whitchurch’s book is an insightful and honest exploration about how an OR nurse, specializing in anesthesia manages to cope. The stories contained in this book are priceless. They clearly showcase that a normal day for a nurse anesthetist is difficult and hard to bear. Yet because of this its probably the most exhilarating and exciting type of nursing practise…See More
Feb 20
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Book Review: Living in Cleveland with the Ghost of Joseph Stalin

      This is a supernatural story that has deep metaphysical underpinnings. Being a philosopher, I genuinely enjoyed the story because it was so different and brilliant in the way it was portrayed and written. The characters are multi-dimensional and deep, taking the reader on spellbinding escapades never envisaged until its almost too late. It’s a gripping read.      …See More
Feb 15
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Book Review: Living in Cleveland with the Ghost of Joseph Stalin

      This is a supernatural story that has deep metaphysical underpinnings. Being a philosopher, I genuinely enjoyed the story because it was so different and brilliant in the way it was portrayed and written. The characters are multi-dimensional and deep, taking the reader on spellbinding escapades never envisaged until its almost too late. It’s a gripping read.      …See More
Feb 12
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Book Review: How to Abolish Child Sexual Abuse by Steve A. Mizera

      It is sad that child abuse is so prevalent by law enforcement people such as the police. We are taught from an early age to respect the Police because they are supposed to serve and protect. However, when this doesn’t happen, our psyches are fractured, and a loss of trust ensues.       This book is a sad memoir of how a life can be hampered and destroyed by child molesters who should know better. Steve Mizera was physically and mentally abused as a child in an orphanage. Then they moved…See More
Feb 2
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Book Review: The Big Fall by Tim Smith

    This is a murder mystery that is unique and complex on every page. Its not only a gripping thriller that has perfect pacing and staging, it also has multi-layered characters that linger with you. It is an unforgettable story that will have you wanting to read more and more until the book is finished and the last word read!    The story starts in engaging moments and…See More
Oct 25, 2020
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Book Review: Unlock Bliss by Dr. Zeev Gilkis

    We all want to be happy. We search it like a fine wine. And yet very few of us find it. Maybe its because we are looking for it in all the wrong places. We seem to think that there is something out there that will bring us happiness. So, we purchase big ticket items, go on exotic vacations, buy expensive dream cars, and still we’re not happy for long. What can we do…See More
Oct 8, 2020
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Book Review: Running Back in Time by Dr. Zeev Gilkis

     Who would have thought that you can get younger instead of older? Being middle age myself, this premise really appeals to me! And after reading Dr. Gilkis’ book I know I can also feel younger by changing my mindset and being more disciplined about what is best for my health. That is something that every middle-aged person needs to hear and achieve! And it is within…See More
Sep 23, 2020
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Book Review: The Farm

    This is an eye-opening and powerful exploration of practical wisdom at a time when we need this book more than anything else for our survival. We are in the midst of a crisis in America, one that cannot be expunged unless we start to take back our common sense and start thinking rationally about how we can live practically in this world with all its problems.     Can…See More
Sep 4, 2020
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Book Review: Apollo's Lyre: The Art of Spiritual Psychotherapy by Kenneth Porter, M.D.

 This is a scholarly and precise journey into a whole new realm of psychotherapy called spiritual psychotherapy. It is a book that will transform the reader and encourage her to keep learning. In short, it is a book that will make the reader pause and become nurtured by Dr. Porter’s words of wisdom. Apollo is a wonderful Greek god of spiritual healing who gives the reader the power to see deeply into their own souls and to allow that power to deeply impact us and renew us from the inside-out.…See More
Aug 1, 2020
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Book Review: Tantamount by CR Hruska

   Tantamount is a historical fantasy. It is set in Britain during the sixth century. The story is captivating and endearing as well as poignant. It is a story that will stick with the reader long after it is read.    Tolan Fising lives a very peaceful life. He has a wife as well as a son and daughter. They seem to live a very ordinary life, nestled in nature among animals and everything that is serene and wholesome. It is a life that I felt right in the middle of as I was reading the story.…See More
Mar 9, 2020
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Book Review: Fubars by Paddy Bostock

   This is a story that will keep you engaged in the story until the last word of the last page. It is an unforgettable and unique story that will leave you thinking and reflecting on the state of the world and your personal life. I just love stories like this.    Is there something in a name? There is in that names allude to a person and his or her background as well as…See More
Jan 11, 2020
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Book Review: Layers by A.G.R. Goff

  This is a wonderfully crafted crime story that will keep you reading and turning the pages. It also has elements of mystery and psychological thriller, making the story spell binding and penetrating to the core. It is a story that is as complex and multi-faceted as the characters and plot twists.     The story is about Dave who is a comedian and who allows a younger woman, Miranda, to move into the house with him. She is effervescent and complicated yet interesting in her own way. Yet she,…See More
Jan 9, 2020
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Book Review: Rise to the Rhythm by Joey Dowdy

    This is a powerful motivational book that we all need to read, especially at this time of year, as we turn the page into a brand-new year and a brand-new decade! It’s a book that will transform your life, from the inside-out!     Many of us are living lives that are not up to our natural potential. For many of us, our life is little more than a bunch of routine…See More
Dec 14, 2019
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Interview with Andrew R. Williams

 I would like to welcome Andrew R. Williams to my Blogs.  He is a writer who balances writing and a full time job.  So, there are a lot of gems of wisdom in this interview.Welcome to my Blog Andrew!  It is GREAT to have you here!Please tell us a few things about yourself.As a child, I was a latent pyromaniac. It’s not surprising, really because my father loved fires. On one occasion, he dragged me out of bed and told me to get dressed, fast. When I asked why, he’d say “Come on, quick. There’s a…See More
Dec 10, 2019
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Book Review: Jim's Revenge by Andrew R. Williams

    This is a mystery thriller that made me wonder and think quite a bit not only about what was going to happen next but also about what would happen to some of the characters. It is an unforgettable story that lingers with you for a while even after you have read the story. It is a story that has breath and depth.     Jim Godwin was a man who tried hard to live a life…See More
Dec 5, 2019

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Book Review: 50 Years in the OR by Ron Whitchurch

Posted on February 20, 2021 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

    Ron Whitchurch’s book is an insightful and honest exploration about how an OR nurse, specializing in anesthesia manages to cope. The stories contained in this book are priceless. They clearly showcase that a normal day for a nurse anesthetist is difficult and hard to bear. Yet because of this its probably the most exhilarating and…

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Book Review: Living in Cleveland with the Ghost of Joseph Stalin

Posted on February 11, 2021 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

      This is a supernatural story that has deep metaphysical underpinnings. Being a philosopher, I genuinely enjoyed the story because it was so different and brilliant in the way it was portrayed and written. The characters are multi-dimensional and deep, taking the reader on spellbinding escapades never envisaged until its almost too late.…

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Book Review: How to Abolish Child Sexual Abuse by Steve A. Mizera

Posted on February 1, 2021 at 3:21pm 0 Comments

      It is sad that child abuse is so prevalent by law enforcement people such as the police. We are taught from an early age to respect the Police because they are supposed to serve and protect. However, when this doesn’t happen, our psyches are fractured, and a loss of trust ensues.

 

      This book is a sad memoir of how a life can be hampered and destroyed by child molesters who should know better. Steve Mizera was physically and mentally abused as a child in an…

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Book Review: The Big Fall by Tim Smith

Posted on October 22, 2020 at 5:55pm 0 Comments

    This is a murder mystery that is unique and complex on every page. Its not only a gripping thriller that has perfect pacing and staging, it also has multi-layered characters that linger with you. It is an unforgettable story that will have you wanting to read more and more until the book is finished and the last word read!

 

   The story…

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At 4:22pm on June 21, 2013, Lea said…

Work At Home Mom, WAHM, Mom Blogger

I am stopping by to say "hello" :)
I haven't been here in a while.
I welcome your friendship :)


Lea @ Mother Baby Child & Weight Loss Help


At 2:45pm on November 29, 2010, Shannon Hardy said…
I Irene,

I am a doula and sex educator in Halifax and I am looking forward to following your blog :)
At 1:52am on November 1, 2010, Veronica Lee said…
Hi and welcome to MBC!
At 3:24pm on October 25, 2010, Kate the Book Buff said…
Welcome! I hope you had a good weekend :) I just wanted to introduce myself, and my blog, The Book Buff: Book Reviews for Regular People. Check it out at http://www.thebookbuff.blogspot.com

It can be a bit overwhelming around here at first, so if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!

-Kate the Book Buff
At 11:15am on October 25, 2010, Jenny said…
Hi Irene! Welcome MBC! I look forward to reading your blog. Feel free to stop by my blog or tweet me anytime! :)

Jenny
http://babblingsofamommy.blogspot.com
http://www.twitter.com/babblingofmommy
At 10:10pm on October 24, 2010, Ella Johnson said…
Hello, glad you signed up to become a member of MBC. Welcome and I hope you are finding your way around this wonderful site? It’s a great place to blog and make new friends. I blog about children’s books & gifts. I will be stopping by your blog.

Have a great day.

Ella
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At 1:12pm on October 24, 2010, Cynthia Helwig said…
Hi there and welcome from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time. Don't be too overwhelmed by MBC. The ladies are awesome here and sooo embracing. Hope you enjoy your stay :)
At 1:05pm on October 24, 2010, Cinderella Of Boston said…
Welcome and Hi. Time is precious to us all, I know. But, if you're a petite woman 5'4" and under & would love to read great articles about the best things that come in small packages ~ come on over for a visit and stay a spell ... we'd love to have you.
At 12:48pm on October 24, 2010, Marla Silverman said…
Hi Irene! Welcome to the club and feel free to check out my blog: Swanky Baby http://swankybaby1.blogspot.com. I'm looking forward to checking yours out too!
-Marla
 
 
 

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