Welcome to the place where you can share your latest excellent review.. I do go review hunting regularly throughout the week on both Amazon and Goodreads, primarily for the authors who are on the bookshelves of the Cafe and Bookstore. However, this promotion is open to any author..
So head over to your accounts on Amazon and Goodreads and check to see if you have a review that has been posted in the last three months that you can share to give your book a little spring boost. All it will take is a few minutes of your time and an email with a little bit about yourself (if we have not already met) and the link to your book account. As the Meerkats would say.. Simplezk…
First review today is for Helen Jones and her book, A Thousand Rooms, that we featured here late last year.
About A Thousand Rooms
Katie is thirty-two, single, and used to work in advertising. She’s also dead. A lost soul hitching rides with the dying, trying to find her way to… wherever she’s supposed to be.
And whoever she’s supposed to be with.
Heaven, it seems, has a thousand rooms. What will it take to find hers?
Wow! I honestly didn’t know what to expect when I picked up this work. Shamefully, I hadn’t even bothered to read the synopsis first which is so out of character for me. Why? I couldn’t tell you. What I can tell you however, is A Thousand Rooms far exceeded any first impressions I may or may not have had regardless of my aforementioned neglect.
This is one of those rare books I simply couldn’t put down. I was immediately captivated from the first sentence, and became so completely engrossed that nothing else in the world mattered for a good few hours.
This story would make a great movie that for me would be something like a cross between Ghost, and What Dreams May Come… and some.
Jones’ creativity, originality, writing style, and storytelling skills are first rate. This book ticks all the boxes for a five-star work.
Read the reviews and buy A Thousand Rooms: https://www.amazon.com/Thousand-Rooms-Helen-Jones-ebook/dp/B01MDP0TX9
Read more reviews on Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32721282-a-thousand-rooms
Also by Helen Jones
Read the reviews and buy the books: https://www.amazon.com/Helen-Jones/e/B00VG6SWN4
Connect to Helen Jones via her blog: https://journeytoambeth.com/
The second review today is for Balroop Singh’s motivational non-fiction book, Allow Yourself to be a Better Person.
Do you think you are a good person? Would you like to meet your better self? Welcome to the vast vistas that this book unravels before you by highlighting the shaded areas that could never get your attention.
Enhancement of personality is a long process, which starts only when we acknowledge the need for it. Often we detest looking at our imperfections and if somebody is professionally successful, the thought doesn’t even strike.
This book enlightens you about the goodness, which lies dormant within us till we make an effort to explore it. It exhorts you to introspect and accept natural human failings. It guides you towards the metamorphosis that could make you an endearing personality.
The latest review for the book.
Singh shares her knowledge and wisdom with us in this book of personal growth, showing us how to develop inner stability, self-love, self-esteem and self-love by learning to turn the negatives within ourselves into positives. It is the first steps we take that lead us to fulfilling new avenues.
Often the simpler things we often take for granted are God’s greatest gifts to us. The author demonstrates how to overcome emotions such as anger and arrogance and why it’s important to let go of past hurts while showing us the way to find forgiveness. The sum of our experiences build our personalities, but negative emotions within us can be changed. This book is a wonderful self-help book in the journey to finding fulfillment within. You can improve your life with Singh’s gentle reminders for your soul to thrive in harmony.
Read the reviews and buy the book: https://www.amazon.com/Allow-Yourself-Be-Better-Person-ebook/dp/B01MR1WGC3
Also by Balroop Singh
Read the reviews and buy the books: https://www.amazon.com/Balroop-Singh/e/B00N5QLW8U
Connect to Balroop Singh via her blog: http://balroop2013.wordpress.com
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