Archive for June, 2012

Defeating Depression by Leo J. Battenhausen review

Saturday, June 30th, 2012

The Calm and Sense Way to Find Happiness and Satisfaction, a review

by Leo J. Battenhausen, MA, MSW, LCSW, LCADC

This book is based on the author’s research, personal experiences, and his clients’ real life experiences. This is very good book for those who are ready to make a commitment and get read of depressions. Everything in this book points to a complete recovery and a brand new look for the reader’s future. Battenhausen has learned much with his patients and he (more…)

Never Defeated: The Frigate Constitution a review

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

This is very interesting sea story of a frigate name Constitution. It is a very nice tale full of seamen’s talk and terms. I like the terminology and the way it is used in the story. (more…)

Liberty or Monarchy?

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

Liberty … or Monarchy?

Should the wisest of races choose such a path, or return to the traditional council? Their queen has lost the Roilden Stones of Elf Mountain to a power-hungry wizard. After all, one can be deceived, but twenty?

With the stones missing, a fatal drought grips Andoriah, the new elfin home. Death to all is imminent. Who will retrieve the Stones when the Gold Elfs won’t act? Will heroes arise before Andoriah burns in eternal fire?  Can the missing elf queen and her daughter be found?


The Roilden Stones of Elf Mountain is the long awaited prequel, and final installment in Anna del C.’s elf series. Discover the Elfs, an eternal race who chose to live in a world of woes away from their motherland. Love them, feel their pain and their happiness in a land that will test the core of their beliefs and bravery. Written in the genre of The Lord of the Rings and the Shannara series, The Roilden Stones of Elf Mountain comes alive with battles, heroism, action and romance.

Farewell Season by Ann Herrick a review

Saturday, June 16th, 2012

Farewell Season is a very remarkable story that deals with grief and loss. It relates a heart-warming tale of coping with death and being alive that will touch not only young adults, but also many adults. Death is never easy for those (more…)

Aiden’s Waltz by Victoria Marin for

Saturday, June 9th, 2012

This is a heartfelt, well-written story to teach children how to perceive other children with disabilities. It has a good pace, a strong theme, and beautiful black and white drawings on its pages. (more…)

Author interview: Tina Scott wrote a travel book to Denmark

Saturday, June 2nd, 2012

Anna: One might ask, What moment of insanity would tempt you to write a travel book? (more…)