Melting in the Middle Long-listed for the Exeter Novel Prize, Melting in the Middle is a literary comedy about redemption and second chances, played out amid the madness of modern life. For Stephen Carreras, life is in turmoil. His career with Britain’s worst chocolate company is heading for the rocks
Author: Fredric C. Hartman PhD Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki, Gabrielle de Cuir, & Justine Eyre Length: 6 hours 34 minutes Publisher: Skyboat Media Released: Dec. 15, 2020 Genre: Self-Development In The Breakthrough in Two Acts, Dr. Fredric C. Hartman paints a vivid picture of emotional pain and its context within the
His To Keep by Sherrinda Ketchersid Genre: Medieval Romance, Christian Historical Fiction Purchase Links: Amazon Indie Bound My Review Ian McGowan is the youngest brother in his family. His older siblings have passed on the chance for the inheritance of Whitfield Castle. It’s in need of great repair, but he
Time to Think Differently Nonfiction / Retirement Planning Date Published: February 16, 2021 Publisher: The Strategic Wealth Advisor Don’t be fooled by the retirement mirage. Are you still buying into the retirement mirage, hoping that, once you stop working, your life will be a perpetual enjoyment, exploration, and pleasant experience?