The Art of the Sale by Philip Delves Broughton is a non-fiction book in which the author shares stories and theories about what makes a salesperson. Mr. Broughton believes that we are all salespeople and could use sales skills everyday of our lives.
I’m in agreement.
I know bookblogs has been blowing up lately with reviews of Monica Leonelle's Socialpunk, but one more can't hurt. I really tried to like the book, but in the end I couldn't softball my opinion. You can find my review here.
Temptation by Douglas Kennedy is a fictional book which takes the reader on a ride from the height of success to the lows in life. What happens when a gilded door opens to a man who suddenly has ample opportunities and Hollywood clout?
My latest review is Last Chance Texaco by Brent Hartinger
My review of "Fire" by Kristin Cashore.
Yvonne from Fiction Books says this about From Now Until Forever.
..I was worried that a book of some notional 90 pages, might well be insufficient to do the story justice. However, by the end of the book, I was pleasingly assured that Sherry had got this one just about spot on for length and content detail....
You'll find Yvonne's full review at
From Now Until Forever is the first book in a four book series. Book two, His Chosen Bride is avaibale and book three and four are in progress.
Here is my review on the audio version of Spell Bound by Kelley Armstrong:
My review on For Darkness Shows the Stars which was inspired by Jane Austen's Persuasion http://www.bookflame.blogspot.com/2012/04/early-review-for-darkness...
K. Blue - Ordinary Wisdom
Was thrilled with this review at Cuzinlogic!
For those that fancy something a bit weighty:
I just finished reading and reviewing this great book by Hester Browne. It's called Swept Off Her Feet. It was really cute and just a fun read. If you're interested, check out the review here:
My newest post is an author interview with Breeana Puttroff! Her books are so amazing!