Book Review: Speed Up Your Metabolism: Strategies That Will Help You Lose More Weight!


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If you’re looking to try a new diet book this spring, this may be the one. I knew some of the tips in Speed Up Your Metabolism, but had forgotten or stopped using them. But some of Smith’s tips were new to me. Reading the book inspired me to drop a few pounds this spring. I especially liked the list of foods that will speed metabolism. I like green tea and it would be oh, so easy to drink three cups a day.

Starting a new job last week I had to give up my “life of leisure” and start getting up early every day again. I could use some more energy and this book will definitely help me to get it. If I lose a few pounds in the process, so much better.

Enjoy! And let me know if this book helps you.

Book Review: The Professor and the Bird


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The Professor and the Bird by Roberta Franklin is one of the longer books I have read in a while, but it was a fast read none the less. It’s an entertaining story of a young woman motor biking through Turkey when her bike breaks down and she happens upon an archaeological dig. While her motorcycle is being fixed by some of the dig participants, she learns a little bit about ancient history from Professor Nicos. She is attractive and pursued by most of the young men in the dig. The amateur in the group, she somehow finds a valuable artifact and is celebrated for it. However this also makes her a target for criminals who wish to obtain the treasure for themselves. The story is convincingly written and there is plenty of romance. Romance fans will love this book.

 

Free download through April 21-Medieval Blood


Medieval Blood free through this Friday. Reviews appreciated.

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Return and click right here to link easily to the review page on Amazon.  Even just a star rating and a few nice words will go a long way to help others find this book. Thanks in advance.


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Heads up, another free book April 1 and MORE TO COME


Heads up! The above book will be FREE April 1 – 5 at Amazon. Here’s the link 

As always it’s so appreciated if you leave a quick review, good, bad, or indifferent, so long as you’re honest.  Here is the link for the review.

Thanks so much for your help. Keep those reviews coming and I will keep the free books coming.


New Video–How I got to work from home, Video 10!


Check out my latest Author video, How I got to work from home, Video 10! It describes how I am tweaking my marketing plans and also the latest new release actually on pre-order, at Amazon. You can order it here if you just want to buy it.

The pre-order is Hoarder’s Nightmare and I am in final editing and filling in a few chapters. Time to get reviews going so anyone that wants to do a review let me know your contact information. Thanks so much.

 

 


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FREE ARC Copy of May 14 release


How would you like to read about this guy?

I have this book available on PreOrder through Amazon here. http://amzn.to/2nln00i. You can order now for just .99 and wait till May, or you can get a draft copy from me now.

It’s the story of a woman, who is interested in this man, and has trouble getting him interested in her due to her hoarding problem! Magic happens.

For the advance reader copy, which is FREE, I need to know that you plan to write a review and post it on release day. It can be quick, but hopefully a positive review. You’ll get a reminder to review.

Another way to help is just to forward this link to your contacts and reader friends.

Please let me know if you’d like to read now and review, and I will send a free copy right out to you. It’s not quite finished so keep that in mind. You’ll be able to download a completed copy on May 14 or if you buy now, they will send it to you on that date. For anyone that buys and reviews I will refund their payment via a .99 gift card.

Sound like a deal? I hope to hear from many of you.

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Book review: Plant Based Intermittent Fasting


I enjoyed reading the book Plant-Based Intermittent Fasting by Andrea J. Clark. I have long wanted to be vegetarian, but couldn’t seem to have enough energy while not eating meat, fish and poultry. I have also been interested in intermittent fasting as it seems to have a lot of good science behind it and could be a way to eat fewer calories without suffering. I’ve tried it in the past, eating only from noon to 8 p.m., and that seems to be a good time frame for me. Somehow I got away from that and began eating breakfast again and snacking at night. That extended my eating period to roughly sixteen hours. Clark’s book combines these two desires, for me to lose weight and be vegetarian.

Intermittent fasting works because you eat for instance for 8 hours a day (not nonstop) and fast for 16 hours. This allows your digestive system to fully digest what you have eaten in the eight hours, assimilate it and not store the excess as fat.

My previous job had a lot to do with my weight gain because I was not allowed to eat at my desk except quick finger foods that are not messy and would not deter me from answering the phone. In addition I had to be careful not to get any stains on the papers I was working on. So I had a granola bar every day for breakfast and usually went out for lunch because I couldn’t eat at my desk. Now I am not working outside the home so I can eat when and what I like. That was tough to control at first as I also had time to bake cookies and bread. I plan to stick with this diet for a few weeks and see what happens. I had success with intermittent fasting before so I think it will work. I enjoy beans and vegetables which are prevalent in this diet.

Several different versions of intermittent fasting are covered in this book. One may be right for you.



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Here’s a link to a site that will help you build your mailing list by getting people to sign up when you give them a free book. If you use THIS link it would help me a lot.  Thanks!

Why would you want to do this? These days it’s all about building your email list. But to get people to sign up, you often have to give them something. So you give away a small book or a story, and they sign up. Hopefully they will like your book and follow you to buy more. Just send a short note every so often with your writing progress; new release, call for beta readers or reviewers. They say it works like a charm.

 

Book Review: The Steps


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The Steps by Iveta Redliha is a thriller story. I have not read anything by a Latvian author before but I have read a few Russian novels and enjoyed them similarly.

The way that Redliha weaves together the story of several interlocking lives is masterful. I began to figure out the secrets each life held, but not entirely until the end, and even then there was a major part I could not have guessed. The characters are complex and interesting and there are no holes in the plot that I could see.

Essentially, the story is of a young free spirited woman who contracts to be a surrogate mother for a childless couple, to earn money to change her life. Whether you’ll take the side of Leonora, Kurt, Nelly, or Greta is up to you. All display an unsavory side each in their own way. It’s exciting to enjoy their escapades vicariously in this story of what can happen when things don’t go as planned.