Thursday, September 07, 2017

The Blue Unicorn's Journey To Osm by Sybrina Durant

Everybody loves unicorns! OK maybe they don't but for those who do, they will love this story about a little unicorn who was born into a tribe of magical, metal horned unicorns. The little guy has no magic and he has no metal but somehow he must save the tribe from an evil sorcerer. Read this book for teens and older readers to find out if he can do it!

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Book Review: Save-My-Life School: A first responder's mental health journey by Natalie Harris

Book Description:

This intense and engaging memoir is based on the true life of Natalie Harris. Mental illness, post-traumatic stress syndrome, overdoses and addiction are some of the demons this paramedic turned author deals with--stemming from a horrific double-murder call. This incredible story makes public the very private battles many face. This book is raw, honest and a window into the mind of someone facing mental illness. Although a serious topic, this biography is at times laugh-out-loud funny, poignant and simply a good, entertaining read. This is a must-have for anyone who wants a cover-to-cover read, keeping you on the edge of your seat.

My Review:

I love a good memoir and this one is just amazing. "Save-My-Life School: A first responder's mental health journey" is raw, real, brutally honest, and a shatteringly descriptive lens into the author's life and mental health journey.  In this well written true story, Harris takes the reader on an emotional roller coaster of tears and laughter as you delve deep into her story of dealing with post-traumatic stress syndrome and addiction triggered in part by her work as a paramedic.  A must read for anyone facing mental health challenges, and their loved ones, regardless of whether they work in emergency services or not.  I highly recommend!

Reviewed by Sarah Holloway, Blogger, Indie Book Reviews and News

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Friday, March 10, 2017

2017 Human Relations Indie Book Awards

Information is now available for the 2017 Human Relations Indie Book Awards. The 2017 contest has over 40 indie book categories that include topics related to human relations issues, family relationship issues, children’s books with a human relations focus, poetry human relations books, fiction human relations books and general human relations book categories. There are also several special needs categories included in this year’s contest. April 25th, 2017 deadline is approaching.

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