Editorial Review – Effective Leaders and Leadership

 

Title: Effective Leaders and Leadership

Author name: Mildred Stallworth

Genre: Self-help

 

This book provides an overview of what effective leadership looks like in a range of settings, including being an entrepreneur, in the workplace, the home, school, church, and in one’s spiritual life. The author applies common sense and thoughtful rhetoric to explain what a leader is, coupled with quotes from leaders about leadership.

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Editorial Review – Fire in the Rectory

 

Title: Fire in the Rectory and two more John Nolan detective novellas

Author: Stan Freeman

Genre: Historical fiction / Historical detective / Mystery

 

This collection of three short detective stories offers a chronological continuation of John Nolan’s career as a private investigator in New York City from 1915–1918. A recent immigrant from Ireland, he finds himself struggling to make a name for himself amidst prejudice, professional competition, and changing times.

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Editorial Review – The 28-Day Relationship Rehab Workbook

 

Title: The 28-Day Relationship Rehab Workbook: 28 Daily Exercises to Strengthen Your Relationship

Author: Mary C. Delaney

Genre: Non-fiction / Self-Help / Psychology

 

In The 28-Day Relationship Rehab Workbook, Delaney attempts to create an accessible resource that people can use to improve their romantic and interpersonal relationships regardless of the nature of those relationships, the state of their finances, or their existing time commitments.

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Editorial Review – The Scopas Factor

 

Title: The Scopas Factor

Author: Vincent Panettiere

Genre: Mystery / Thriller

 

In The Scopas Factor, a lost Hmong story cloth stitched by a Laotian refugee takes the world by storm. What was once an expression of pain and suffering becomes a commodity that leads to theft and murder. This crime-mystery novel takes its characters across the globe to return the stolen fabric to its rightful owner and restore its creator’s legacy.

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Editorial Review – Helena’s Choice

 

Title: Helena’s Choice

Author name: Patty Apsotolides

Genre: Historical Fiction

 

This novel tells the story of Helena Cadfield, the daughter of a physician and amateur archeologist, and Aristotle Mastoras, a Greek expert of antiquities who recently returned to his homeland in hopes of rebuilding his home and restoring many of Greece’s classical treasures to the nation.

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Editorial Review – Woman: A Collection of Short Stories

 

Title: Woman: A Collection of Short Stories

Author: V. P. Evans

Genre: Fiction

 

Woman is a collection of short stories demonstrating the unexpected strengths that arise in women in the face of adversity. Five situations, culled from news headlines, are examined through fiction. Each story stands alone, but together they form a collective that speaks to any woman who has faced injustice. This book is also compelling reading for any woman and any man who care about the females in their lives, which speaks to the importance of the rights of females everywhere.

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Editorial Review – Collective Ownership Based Economy

 

Title: Collective Ownership Based Economy: A Road Map to Prosperity, Peace, and Happiness for All

Author name: Prathapchandra Kedilaya

Genre: Politics / Socioeconomic System

 

This book details the steps necessary, according to the author, to achieve the socioeconomic dream of a nation and world without war, poverty, divisions, anger, and crime.

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Editorial Review – My Uncle Makes Dolls to Replace Souls in Hell

 

Title: My Uncle Makes Dolls to Replace Souls in Hell

Author: Brandon Faircloth

Genre: Horror

 

In My Uncle Makes Dolls to Replace Souls in Hell, Cora discovers the disturbing reality about her estranged uncle Teddy’s life (and death). Teddy has left Cora a massive inheritance, but only under the condition that she read and follow the instructions he has left for her. She needs the money, so she follows the instructions perfectly. For the most part, anyway.

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Editorial Review – The Blogger Trailmap

 

Title: The Blogger Trailmap: How to Take Your Blog to the Next Level in Easy Steps

Author name: Chivi Frost

Genre: Non-fiction

 

This short book is designed to guide a person along their blogging journey. It provides a professional outlook on blogs without discouraging a personal, creative touch or demanding one approach as “the way” of blogging.

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Editorial Review – Relics of Andromeda

 

Title: Relics of Andromeda

Author: Jonathan Michael Erickson

Genre: Science Fiction / Space Opera

 

Anka Aelgon hears her name called in the distance. When she follows the voice, she finds something that can change the future of the galaxy. In Relics of Andromeda, Anka’s discovery of an ancient piece of technology forces her to embark on a grueling journey across the world away from the comfort of her tribe’s village. Anka’s strength, will, and faith are tested as she navigates the unknown and confronts the truth behind the powerful, dangerous object.

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