Book Review: The Reunion By Sue Walker

Author’s Warning from inside The Stupidest Angel: If you’re buying this book as a gift for your Grandma or a kid, you should be aware that it contains cusswords as well as tasteful depictions of cannibalism and people in their forties having sex. Don’t blame me. I told you.

At the same time, I didn’t particularly like the first half of the novel. For 250 pages, Bella complains about the whole in her chest, the pain of losing her true love. It took me about days to read the first half of the novel and a little over day to read the second half.

The sections of the book regarding query letters and winning proposals were pretty average things we’ve already heard and hopefully learned. However, Mr. Levin continued with giving us examples of a poor, fair, and good deal when it comes to negotiating contracts. This is something every author should be aware of!

Christopher Moore is under-appreciated. Sure sure he has a cult following and is slowly growing in popularity, but his name is not on everyone’s lips as it should be. I’m telling you right now that if you’ve not read any of his books then you need to run to your nearest bookstore right now and buy them all. All I say!

Sometimes when it comes to investing, we try to be sophisticated. There is a time for sophistication. But most investing, particularly when you are just starting to build wealth should be kept as simple as possible.

Social Networking Sites: twitter and face-book are great site to find experts in thousands of fields. Most are writers and have dozens of articles that they wouldn’t even have to write. Just ask them if you could use one for your subscribers with their byline of course.

The chapters are short and have breaks within themselves, which always makes the reading seem to go faster and gives you chances to get up and grab refreshment. I really dislike books with overly long chapters. I hate having the phone ring or whatnot and having to stop somewhere you’re not meant to stop. Yanno? Moore gets that.

Familiar flavors cause weight gain says Roberts, and that is the basic premise of The Shangri-La Diet. Consume up to 400 calories daily of sugar water (no flavor) and stay away from familiar flavors (favorite flavors?) is basically The Shangri-La Diet. I do agree that switching up what you eat would help break bad eating habits (especially fast food–get a taste in your mouth for a burger or taco and what happens? You head for the border). This is an interesting concept and The Shangri-La Diet is a book worth reading.

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