Sunday, November 29, 2020
Friday, November 27, 2020
Alright, so I met this intelligent man when he reached out me on Bookstagram about reading his book Teaching Kids to Buy Stocks, which I must admit took me a little longer to get to than I planned on. I was intrigued by the title almost instantly, and I honestly couldn't believe what all I learned from it. (You can find the review on here!) So of course I wanted to learn more about the man who took time out of his normally busy schedule teaching others about finance to write a very necessary book. I am thankful that he agreed, and had a sweet wife that helped make sure it got done! Let's dive in and take a glimpse into this strategic mind.
A: My name is J. J. Wenrich, and I live in San Clemente, CA.
Q: Are you an Indie Author or do you work with a publishing company?
A: I’m an Indie Author.
Q: What genre(s) do you write?
A: I only have one book, and it is non-fiction. I don’t know if I’ll ever write another book, but it will probably be non-fiction. That being said, I do have a ½ written manuscript for a youth novella, but not sure if it will ever get done or not…
A: I wanted to get my message out, and felt like a book would be the best medium to start the process.
A: Although I did take a year to focus primarily on publishing and marketing my book, I also have my own small business as an investment advisor (WenrichWealth.com).
A: I spent 10 months from first word to first full draft. I spent another 6 months revising the draft with the help of suggestions from my editor and beta-readers.
Q: Are you a reader yourself?
A: I am not.
Personally, I am on Twitter (@jjwenrich2), Instagram (@sanclementejayhawk), LinkedIn (@JJWenrich), Facebook (JJ Wenrich). (I honestly thought I had too much social media pages lol. I should have asked how he manages it all!)
Q: What was the best money ever spent as a writer?
A: Honestly, my kids aren’t sure whether it’s cool, crazy, or just embarrassing (I have three teens). My wife has been my biggest fan and supporter. My sister, brother, mom and dad have been my other biggest fans and supporters. It’s been very humbling how supportive everyone has been to me!
A: The company I used to work for didn’t want me to publish a book while working there… I had a pretty lucrative and respected position with a major investment company, and when I told them my plans they were not supportive. Without ever reading a word of my manuscript, they denied my request to write the book and build a financial education platform. They said it would be too hard for them to manage from a compliance standpoint. (Registered investment companys and advisors have pretty intense regulatory requirements, of which each company and attorney interprets differently).
I decided that “if you don’t support me – then I don’t want to work for you”. I shocked a lot of people and quit that job, not really knowing what my next path would entail, but trusting that I would figure it out eventually.
Fast forward 18 months, and I’m glad that I made the decision I made. I’m proud of the platform I’m building around my book, and I really enjoy working with my clients of Wenrich Wealth.
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Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Alright y'all, I got this beauty when I signed up for a Reads & Reels Book Tour. I signed up almost immediately because it sounded like a Viking historical fiction. However I was not expecting the romance aspect that was in it. I still enjoyed it, and read through it pretty quickly (as in one day!). I went in with the slight expectation that it was going to be a harsh story about these two sisters who were going to have a hard life after their father arranged marriages for them. It's not that, and I'm not mad at it to be honest. I will admit that the first chapter was a little confusing until I got towards the end. It is in third person POV, and goes back and forth between the sisters, but it's not confusing. There are a few errors in it, but nothing that is out of the ordinary for Indie pubs. This is definitely meant for 18+ readers, because there are a couple steamy scenes in here. It is no where near as descriptive as some of the other steamy romances I have read, but still meant for adults only. I am glad that I signed up for this book tour to review this Viking romance/historical fiction.
The bond between sisters is one forged in blood and fire. Twin sisters, Liana and Deirdre were inseparable like the two halves of a double-bladed axe, making the pain of having to leave each other a cut twice as deep. Their father, Gorsedd Gunnarson, King of the great country of Svartur Rokk, did not care about twin bonds or his daughter's preferences and severed the pair with a single blow. Both Liana and Deirdre have been sold to the highest bidders for ships, weapons, and alliances For Gorsedd Gunnarson these are very profitable and advantageous marriage arrangements, but the twin sisters would be torn from each other lives and sent to lands far apart forever!
Liana is forced to leave her childhood sweetheart and marry a stranger. Sweet, timid Deirdre would be wed to a Viking warlord. One would leave her home on a ship and the other on a horse. Both would travel great distances to new lands. Given no choice but to embrace the lives planned for them, they find that the future holds more than they could ever have suspected. In a land where blood and ice reign, danger and betrayal war with love and hope, as they fight to find happiness in a ruthless world ruled by the sword and axe.
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Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Alright y'all, I received this ARC beauty from Forever Pub, and I loved it! It is a slow burn romance that is about second chance lovers. This one is set in South Carolina, and has that small town vibe that I certainly love! I finished it in about two days, because I didn't want to stop! It is over 400 pages since it includes a bonus story by Annie Rains. This is just book one in her Holly Grove Island series, and I am already excited for book two! This one focuses on Dakota and Dexter, who were high school sweethearts until Dexter broke it off just before they head off to college. It's been over a decade now, and unexpected events force Dakota to temporarily come back home. While this should set up a predictable HEA, but it actually doesn't. Both of them have a secret that they're holding back, which leads to a few twists that almost had me believing it would be a HEA. I am so glad that I got a copy before pub day, because this is definitely in my top ten for romances this year. I think this should be a Christmas gift idea for any romance lover out there! Reese Ryan will be celebrating pub day is December 1st!
Rising-star reporter Dakota Jones is usually the one breaking the news-until an inadvertent scandal wrecks her career. The only place she can go to regroup is Holly Grove Island. But her small South Carolina hometown comes with a major catch: Dexter Roberts, the first man to break Dakota's hear, is her new boss. Working alongside Dexter, who is more attractive than he has a right to be, shows Dakota what might have been...but she isn't giving him another chance to break her heart.
Dexter has always regretted the way things ended between him and Dakota. Her return could be his opportunity to finally make amends. But the more time he spends with Dakota, the more he realizes his feelings for her never went away. Now he has just his feelings for her never went away. Now he has just a few months to convince her to give their love a second chance. But for Dakota to agree to stay, Dexter will have to reveal the devastating truth about why he let Dakota go all those years ago.
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Monday, November 23, 2020
Congratulations to author Elizabeth Collums on the release of her epic family drama, Passengers! Read on for an excerpt and more book details!
Passengers Publication Date: November 12, 2020 Genre: Historical Fiction A mysterious letter arrives from America to the village of Highland Way, where Annie, the oldest daughter in the Ewing Family was left to care for her mother and younger sister after her father left to find work in Dublin. Soon, Annie, Lily, and Katy find themselves on a harrowing journey. The hand-written note not only will expose deep secrets, it will also challenge the strength and fortitude of the Ewing women, leading each member into their own soul searching voyage. Follow this extraordinary passage that begins in Ireland and leads each woman to uncover their own courage and truths in this new world. Add to Goodreads
Available on Amazon About the Author Ann C. Purvis, chose to publish her first novel under her birth name, Elizabeth Collums; this is her true roots and where she has drawn from many of the experiences she wrote about. She lives in Denham Springs, Louisiana and enjoys DIY projects. She has two daughters, a step daughter, son-in-law, two amazing granddaughters, and her dog Daisy. Rope Swing Publishing Book Blitz Organized By:
As Annie was trying her best to capture and absorb all these extraordinary surroundings so she could accurately relay every detail to her daddy one day her ears picked up the sound of humming. Annie had never heard her mama sing much less hum but she knew it was a woman’s voice. Her visual recording would have to wait as she slowly pulled her arm out from underneath Lily’s head, got to her feet and followed the sound out of the big room they had spent the night in and down the long hallway. The woman’s voice was now on the other side of last door on the end. All her muscles tightened as her feet froze to the floor. She had dreams like this before. When she needed to run, when she was being chased and couldn’t see who was chasing her, but she still knew she needed to move. Her breathes became shallow and she could feel her heart pounding like her senses were telling her there was danger on the other side. “Oh God, please help me, I’m so tired, I’m scared, and this can’t be my fault. Lily and I need somebody. We need our mama”….then suddenly some invisible strength, not of her own making, lifted her hand as she pushed the hinged door open. There in the middle of this huge stark white kitchen was her mama swirling around. Katy had a long white apron tied to her waist with the bottom lifted like it was a ball gown and she was making her own music while dancing to a waltz. Annie saw her mama’s burn scarred face like she had never seen it before. She was smiling and having a whispered conversation with her imaginary dance partner. She had the most peaceful and contented expression that Annie had ever seen before. Annie was certain that this was somehow a miracle in the making. God had finally heard her prayers and her mama had been transformed.
Q: What is your name and where do you live?
A: My name is Helen Hoang, and I live in San Diego.
Q: Are you an Indie Author or do you work with a publishing company?
A: Publishing company
A: Berkley, an imprint of Penguin Random House
A: My love of romance novels and love stories.
A: I’m working on one book right now—The Heart Principle. (Did I mention just how excited I am for this one?!)
Q: What was your hardest scene to write so far?
A: There’s a scene in The Heart Principle that’s been a challenge to get right. I don’t want to say much about it because spoilers, but it has to do with coming out to family.
Q: How many books do you have that are not being currently worked on, but are half-written or complete but unpublished?
A: About 5 books, I think.
A: The Kiss Quotient and following books are in a series.
A: The Heart Principle is set to be released August, 2021, but I’m still working on the book so that isn’t a hard date.
A: This book has been nearly three years in the making.
A: Writer’s block is something I’ve been dealing with rather intensely since December 2017 (when I handed in my manuscript for The Bride Test to my editor). There were times when I needed to take breaks from writing for mental health reasons. Those days are hazy to me now, but I remember spending time with nature. I sat in the sun. I raised Monarch butterflies, watching the caterpillars eat, grow, form chrysalises, and emerge, hoping that I was also transitioning into something better. I couldn’t focus enough to read, so I listened to children’s audiobooks—Dianna Wynne Jones and Neil Gaiman stand out in my memory. It took a long time for me to get back to the place where I could read romance with the same level of enjoyment from before, but that was always the goal. When a writer can’t write, they need to read. I try to read a lot these days, and I’m constantly searching for that spark, that obsession, that feeling of getting lost in the story. That is the fuel that drives me to create.
A: Lately, in order to combat anxiety, I’ve been experimenting with meditating and journaling before doing creative work. From there, I make myself herbal tea, put on noise-cancelling headphones, and write.
A: Sprints don’t work for me these days, so I write in long sittings that are broken by meals and breaks to see to my kids.
A: It depends. I know what it’s like to be energized by a writing session, but these days, I am exhausted because of the anxiety I constantly battle as I write.
A: My latest ideas come from my life.
A: Oh gosh, there are so many authors I look up to. As a longtime romance reader, I have so much respect for authors like Jayne Ann Krentz, Julia Quinn, Nalini Singh, Christine Feehan, Kresley Cole, Lisa Kleypas, Eloisa James, and others.
A: I love reading romance, though I have to admit that while I write contemporary romance, I prefer to read other subgenres of romance like paranormal, historical, and most recently, SciFi.
A: Of course, and those are the books that I love the most.
A: I’m mostly on Instagram these days, though I also have Facebook and Twitter accounts. For the foreseeable future, I won’t be on Twitter, however, as it stresses the living daylights out of me.
A: Yes, but it’s gotten to be too much for me. It takes energy to read and respond, and I just don’t have the energy while I’m battling this manuscript. (It may take a while for her to respond, but she does try.)
A: Yes, I have a small handful of author friends who’ve been supportive as I’ve entered the world of publishing.
A: Joining Romance Writers of America ~10 years ago, and then entering Pitch Wars in 2016 (this is technically free, but I donated money because I wanted to support them). I learned a lot about the craft and business of writing from these organizations and found the author community I needed.
A: My husband is supportive. Initially, some of my siblings (I have 5 siblings) were dismissive, sometimes even mocking, but they have changed their minds in recent years.
A: I can’t think of anything at present. (I can because I am not sure how many people read the Author's Note at the end of her books. Her choice of the autism spectrum was inspired by her own family members! I found this to be absolutely amazing, and made me love the book that much more!!)
Friday, November 20, 2020
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Alright y'all, if you have been on here enough, then you know that I have been excited every time I read one of Waverly Alexander's books! It did take me a little bit to get around to this one, but that is more because of my headspace than anything else! I still think this girl is a rockstar, and love this budding series! I am so grateful for her patience, and friendship since it makes me love her books a little more. This is the second book of the Darlington Elite series, which means that you need to read book one first. It is part of her interconnected standalone series, but it just makes it easier to understand the beginning of this book if you read Broken Elite first. Especially since it picks up right where the first one left off. I will go ahead and say there isn't much of a cliffhanger, simply because I would have loved a few extra pages, but that's just me. It is intended for 18+ readers, and has a few possible triggers: violence, possessiveness, language, sexual content, cussing, and blackmail. These are part of what makes it broody, helps explain the Elite part of it all. Besides what would be the point in expecting anything else from the Darlington Elite Hockey boys?! I cannot wait for the next book, but I will wait patiently for it to come out!!
Zachary Masters: For almost two years, Kennedy has been my best friend—she's laughter and comfort, everything I need but don't deserve. I'm not boyfriend material—not with a past like mine, I'm too much like my father. So I've kept those lines firmly drawn in our relationship. But when the Elite became the target of some shady happenings on campus, I had no choice but to move Kennedy in with me. Now, the closer we get, the more protective I feel, and it scares me. I'll keep her safe though, even if it means agony for me. Even if it means keeping her safe from me. I'll make her hate me before I hurt her.
Kennedy Prescott: I heard about Zach and his penchant for parties and wild nights long before he stumbled past my dorm room looking for a quick escape from a puck bunny. He’s one of the Darlington Elite—the kings of the campus, and I’m the sarcastic, vegan girl who thought the Elite boys were nothing but arrogant, entitled jerks. And they are, to outsiders. But I’m one of them now, and we look out for each other like a family. Zach and I shouldn’t be best friends, but some forces of nature are unavoidable. He pulled me into his world only to push me away. If he thinks I’m playing this game, he’s in for a rude awakening.
I highly recommend listening to the playlist while reading if you are one of those multitaskers! I love to do things like this, because it kind of helps play the story out in my head a little better.
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Friday, November 13, 2020
Alright y'all I got this not so typical beauty from Stephanie Harper herself, even though it is published by Propertius Press. I received this ebook, and honestly wasn't sure what to think about when I read the blurb. I have, like I am sure many of you have, head of agoraphobia (the fear of the outside world/going outside). I was always told that they were just crazy hermits, but thanks to Stephanie and Shameless (yes I watch the show, and don't care) I know that is not true. However I must admit that Stephanie goes into a little more detail of what an agoraphobia person goes through. Wesley Yorstead is quirky, but in a way that had me loving him. I thought this would be a multiple day read, but I found myself glued to my tablet after about 30 pages!! (Y'all should know by now that I struggle with ebooks a lot!) Especially when I got to the unexpected personal relationship that forms despite Wesley's subtle protests. I really think this is going to be a recommended read, especially as we head into the holidays. I have to say thank you to Stephanie Harper for asking me to be one of her readers!
Alright y'all I grabbed this special beauty in my Book of the Month box, because I love Practical Magic! I am so glad that I did, because this is probably my favorite historical fiction by far! Most of us have already been in love with the Owens women, but didn't know much about where it all started. Alice Hoffman finally gave us those answers! This magical story tells us just how Maria Owen grew up and eventually cursed any man who dared to love an Owens woman. It is set in the 1600s, which most of us should know by now was when the witch hunts, trials, and hangings started. In this prequel, we get to see Maria's whole childhood, motherhood, and the first aftermath of the curse. I wasn't sure what to expect to be perfectly honest, but I can honestly say that this was amazing! Once I was able to fully get into the book, because this is a genre that I struggle with, I couldn't put it down! It did take me about a week to finish it, but it is a pretty big book of about 400 pages. It may have taken 25 years for this beauty to come reality, it didn't take long to capture my attention. I am sure this will help spark up another generation of Practical Magic lovers!
Where does the story of the Owens bloodline begin? With Maria Owens, in the 1600s, when she's abandoned in a snowy field in rural England as a baby. Under the care of Hannah Owens, Maria learns about the "Nameless Art."Hannah recognizes that Maria has a gift, and she teaches the girl all she knows. It is here that she learns her first important lesson: Always love someone who will love you back.
When Maria is betrayed by the man who once declared his love for her, she follows him to Salem, Massachusetts. Here she invokes the curse that will haunt her family. And it is here that she learns the rules of magic and the lesson she will carry with her for the rest of her life: Love is the only thing that matters.
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Thursday, November 12, 2020
Congratulations to author Ann Maxwell on the release of her novel, Fire Dancer! Read on for details, and excerpt and a chance to win a Kindle copy of the book!
Fire Dancer: A Novel of the Concord
Publication Date: November 10th, 2020
Genre: Science Fiction
Rheba and Kirtin are the last survivors of their homeworld, at the edges of the Concord, forgotten but rich in history and traditions. Rheba is a fire dancer, able to focus and manipulate vast amounts of energy through discipline and motion and form. Kirtin is her protector and mentor, training her in these skills and knowing that one day these energies may grow to consume her unless she masters her own emotions and the power she derives from them.
In search of rumored other survivors like themselves, they set out amongst the worlds of the “civilized” Concord, finding that the presented superior and enlightened cultures they encounter conceal hypocrisies that assist even greater crimes. Entire civilizations built upon slavery and degradation are tolerated so long as they play the proper games of power and civility.
Led by the promise of knowledge regarding one of her kin, Rheba and Kirtin are brought to Loo, a planet ruled by a hereditary empire of slavers and decadents. There, both of them are consigned to slave pits beneath the gleaming cities and palaces of the surface. Amongst the forgotten and cast-off, Rheba and Kirtin find others like themselves, stolen or abandoned by their homeworlds and left to languish here, subject to labors and appetites and whims of the planet’s rulers.
But not everyone wants to remain a slave…
Onan was the most licentious planet in the Equality, if not the whole of the Concord itself. No activity was prohibited. As a result, the wealth of the Concord flowed down Onan’s gravity well—and stuck. Nontondondo, the sprawling city-spaceport, was a three-dimensional maze with walls of colored lightning, streets paved with hope and potholed by despair, and a decibel level that knew no ceiling.
“Kirtn!” Rheba shouted to the huge Bre’n walking beside her. “Can you see the Black Whole yet?”
Kirtn’s hands locked around Rheba’s waist. In an instant her lips were level with his ear.
She shouted again. “Can you see the casino?”
“Just a few more buildings,” he said against her ear.
Even Kirtn’s bass rumble had trouble competing with the din. He pursed his lips and whistled a fluting answer to her question in the whistle language of the Bre’ns. The sound was like a gem scintillating in the aural mud of Nontondondo. People stopped for an instant, staring around, but could find no obvious source for the beautiful sound.
All they saw was a tall humanoid with very short, fine coppery plush covering his muscular body, giving it the appearance and texture of velvet. On his head, the fur became wavy copper hair. A mask of metallic gold hair surrounded his eyes, emphasizing their yellow clarity. His mask, like the coppery plush on his body, was the mark of a healthy Bre’n.
Although Rheba looked small held against the Bre’n, she was above humanoid average in height. Her hair was gold and her eyes were an unusual cinnamon color that seemed to gather and concentrate light. Other than on her head and the median line of her torso, she had neither hair nor fur to interrupt the smooth brown flow of her body. Almost invisible beneath the skin of her hands were the whorls and intricate patterns of a young Senyas fire dancer.
Rheba slid down Kirtn’s body until she was standing on her own feet again. As she regained her balance, a man stumbled out of the crowd and grabbed her. He rubbed up against her back, bathing her in unpleasant odors and intentions. The patterns on her hands flared as she reached toward a dazzling electric advertisement, wove its energy, and gave it to the rude stranger. He leaped back like he had been burned.
And he had.
“I don’t think he’ll play with a fire dancer again,” Kirtn said in a satisfied voice.
He picked up the shaken man and lofted him onto a passing drunk cart. Then the Bre’n gathered up Rheba again and shouldered his way into the anteroom of the Black Whole. After the streets, the quiet was like a blessing. Kirtn smiled, showing slightly serrated teeth, bright and very hard.
“Not that he would've seen one before, or is likely to again.”
Rheba scratched the backs of her hands where the patterns had flared. Her hair shifted and moved, alive with the energy she had just called. Muttering the eighth discipline of Deva, she let both energy and anger drain out of her. She had come into this city willingly and so must abide by its customs, no matter how bizarre or insulting they might be to her.
“We should have taken out a license to murder,” she said in a mild voice.
Kirtn laughed. “We didn’t have enough money to buy a half-circle of silver, much less the whole circle of a licensed killer.”
“Don’t remind me. We could hardly afford to be licensed innocents.” Rheba grimaced at the mere 30 degrees of silver arc stuck to her shoulder. “Come, let’s find the man we came for and get off this festering planet.”
They had not taken three steps before a black-dressed casino employee approached them. His only decoration was a simple silver circle fastened on his shoulder. Kirtn and Rheba saw the man’s license at the same instant. When the man spoke, he had their attention.
“No furries allowed.”
Rheba blinked. “Furries?”
“That,” said the man, hooking a thumb at Kirtn, “is a furry. You’re a smoothie. Smoothies only at the Black Whole. If you don’t want to separate, try the Mink Trap down the street. They like perverts.”
Rheba’s long yellow hair stirred, though there was no breeze inside the Black Whole’s anteroom. Kirtn spoke a few rapid words in Senyas, native tongue of Senyasi and Bre’ns alike. “If we kill him, we’ll never get a chance to talk to Trader Jal.”
“I wasn’t going to kill him,” Rheba said in Senyas, smiling at the man with the silver circle who could not understand her words. “I was just going to singe his pride-and-joys.”
Kirtn winced. “Never mind. I’ll wait outside.”
She began to object, then shrugged. The last time they had bumped against local prejudices, she had been the one to wait outside. She couldn’t remember whether sex, color, number of digits or lack of fur had been at issue.
“I’ll make it as fast as I can,” she, said, her hand on Kirtn’s arm, stroking him. She took an uncomplicated pleasure from the softness of his fur. his strength and textures were her oldest memories, and her best. Like most akhenets, she had been raised by her Bre’n mentor. “I can understand a prejudice against smoothies,” she murmured, “but against furries? Impossible.”
Kirtn touched a fingertip to her nose. “Don’t find more trouble than you can set fire to, child.”
She smiled and turned toward the licensed employee. She spoke once again in Universal, the language of space. “Does this cesspool have a game called Chaos?”
“Yeah,” the man said. He flicked his narrow, thick fingernail against Rheba’s license. “It’s not a game for innocents.”
Rheba’s hair rippled. “Is that opinion or law?”
The man did not answer.
“Where’s the game?” she asked again, her voice clipped.
“Across the main casino, on the left. A big blue spiral galaxy.”
Rheba sidestepped around the man.
“I hope you lose your lower set of lips,” he said in a nasty voice as she passed him.
She walked quickly across the anteroom of the Black Whole, not trusting herself to answer the man’s crude comment. As she passed through the casino’s velvet force field, a babble of voices assaulted her. Throughout the immense, high-ceilinged room, bets were being made and paid in the Universal language—but gamblers exhorted personal gods in every tongue known to the Concord.
Rheba knew only three languages—Bre’n, Senyas, and Universal—and Kirtn was the only other being who knew the first two, so far as she knew. The babbling room made her feel terribly alone. One Senyas, one Bre’n. Only known survivors of the violent moment when Deva’s sun had built a bridge of fire between itself and its fifth planet.
One Senyas, one Bre’n.
One galaxy of strangers.
With an effort, she shut away the searing memory of extinction. She and Kirtn had survived. Surely others must also have survived. Somehow. Somewhere. She would find them, one by one, if it took all the centuries of her life.
About the Author
New York Times bestselling author Ann Maxwell, also known as A.E. Maxwell and Elizabeth Lowell, is an American writer. She has individually, and with co-author and husband Evan, written more than 50 novels and one non-fiction book. Her novels range from science fiction to historical fiction, and from romance to mystery to suspense.
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Wednesday, November 11, 2020
It's Non-Fiction November and I am happy to share Relationship Solutions by Sonia Frontera! I am also happy to tell you that this book is now available for review!
Publication Date: October 27, 2020
Your personal GPS to freedom and joy!
Your marital troubles are not the end of the road but a detour on the road to happiness.
Speed forward from heartache to healing!
Whether you’re unhappily married, on the road to divorce recovery or somewhere in between, this inspiring guide will lead you step by step through a journey of self-discovery and personal transformation, so you can create the happiness you deserve–with your spouse . . . or alone.
Reach your destination and enjoy your best life now!
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About the Author
Sonia Frontera is a divorce lawyer with a heart. She is the survivor of a toxic marriage who is now happily remarried. Sonia integrates the wisdom acquired through her personal journey, her professional experience and the lessons of the world’s leading transformational teachers and translates it into guidance that is insightful and practical. She is a Certified Canfield Success Principles Trainer who offers workshops and retreats.
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Monday, November 9, 2020
Alright y'all, this is another amazing author that I met through the FB Group Dystopian Ink. I haven't read her books yet, but I did...