Book Review: The Art of Fully Living

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Title: The Art of Fully Living: 1 Man. 10 Years. 100 Life Goals Around the World

Author: Tal Gur

Published: October 8th 2017

Source: received from the author in exchange for an honest review

Format: e-copy

Blurb:

Do you want to experience your one life—your whole life—to its fullest measure?

In this stirring book, author, blogger and lifestyle entrepreneur, Tal Gur offers his own transformational journey as an inspiring example and practical guide to implementing the art of fully living to its fullest potential. You’ll learn how to actualize your potential by forging all aspects of your life through the process built into your life goals.

Once you discover “the art of fully living,” there is no going back; it will feel unacceptable to settle for less than your dreams—and what’s more, you’ll dream even more wildly, aspiring to action with greater clarity of purpose, broader horizons of possibility, and holistic vision across all areas of your life.

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My Review:

This is a book from which we all have something to learn. The author as combined his life experience with advice that we can easily follow, while there are aspects in common for these kind of books (that speaks of life changing and motivation), which I will detail in the following lines, “The Art of Fully Living” has a beautiful touch to it. There are tips that we can all implement in order to make our life easier and that help uncover our potential.

The author speaks of how he decided one day that he needed a change, he needed to return to a time when he enjoyed his life, when he felt completely satisfied. And while doing that, he made a list of things to achieve in the next years. He speaks about his failures and how he managed to achieve these goals. The positive notes of the narration, the positive and powerful message are very well transmitted.

Everything begins with an analysis of our current life of what we have and what we need to achieve or where we want to be in the following years. The rhythm of the story is very easy to follow and the experiences detailed are full of lessons learned. Young Tal travels to amazing places and develops his personality.

The story is very motivating. Using a friendly language, it encourages us to self-education, to open our mind to new possibilities and expand our potential. Reinventing ourselves, cleaning our space, mind and life of things and thoughts we don’t need and be involved in all our activities are just some of the ideas highlighted by Tal Gur.

Every story like this one starts with our protagonist abandoning the current lifestyle, quitting his job and travelling all over the world. However, for most of us financing such a journey may be an issue. But the steps we are encouraged to take are, most of them, very easy to take starting now.

After finishing “The Art of Fully Living” I felt more empowered and more decided to achieve my goals and to take the steps towards them. This is a book I will keep very close, as it deserves more than one reading. I recommend it with all my heart and I would like to thank the author for sharing his experience with us!

 

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Audiobook Review: Muriel Avenue Sluts

Author: Maggie Hasbrouck

Narrator: Julia Farmer

Length: 10 hours 23 minutes

Publisher: No Bones Studio

Released: Mar. 16, 2018

Genre: Suspense

Smart, surprising, and laced with a distinctly dark edge, Muriel Avenue Sluts is a provocative and ambitious story of suspense, revenge, love, and family ties – all in the most unexpected of places.

Seventeen-year-old Julia Turnbow’s mother gets paid to have sex; that’s just how it is. When Jules turns 18, she plans to follow in her mother’s footsteps and join the exclusive world of Philadelphia’s infamous Muriel Avenue Sluts. But before all that happens, she has just one wish – to fall in love.

Just when things seem to be going her way, Jules’ world is knocked off its bearings. Her best friend, Anna, reveals that she’s being abused by one of Muriel Avenue’s gentleman clients. After a routine haircut and shave, Anna’s abuser falls to his death from a second-story balcony – and Jules is just one of two people who knows exactly what happened.

To complicate matters, Jules dives head first into a friendship with the daughter of the dead man. Greta’s a train wreck: She’s charming, unpredictable, and has one too many questions about Muriel Avenue. Then, Jules puts all of Muriel Avenue at risk with an ill-timed slip of the tongue, and she finds herself wanted by the FBI. Running from everything she’s ever cared about, all Jules wants is to get back to the people she loves.

 

 

Transplanted southerner Maggie Hasbrouck is an artist, an author, and a lover of Ferris wheels. She believes that much of our lives are spent trying to figure out the impossible riddles of love and sex. What better place to bring those issues to the surface than a brothel? Her novel, Muriel Avenue Sluts, is an edgy, coming-of-age story about a seventeen-year-old girl whose mother is a prostitute.

Hasbrouck’s large-scale paintings are represented in over 200 public and private collections throughout the world, including those of Sir Elton John, Dennis Quaid, Faith Hill, Courtney Cox, and Jon Bon Jovi.

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Proud member of SAG-AFTRA.

 Clients include Kmart, Jack’s Pizza, Miller Lite, Eone Time, IRI, NOVA Southeastern University, and Jerdon.

 Provided the voice of Sarita in The Walking Dead: Season 2 video game by Telltale Games.

 Audiobook narrator with over twenty titles available via Audible.

 Voice over training at Act One Studios and Acting Studio Chicago.

 Improv and acting training at The Second City and iO, Chicago.

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This book has a very important significance. It not only raises awareness on child molestation but as well on upbringing, with accent on the environment. The author has done a great job showing the good parts and the terrible ones, mixing them in a delicate way and putting together this great book.

The blurb explains quite a lot of the action so I’m not going to do that again for you guys. I will just mention that, while the plot is very intense and things really get complicated, character development, character reactions in different moments is what I liked the most. Everything felt so natural. Jules has been raised in an environment with several moral question marks. We all know places like Muriel Avenue exist around us, we may judge those places, we may not. However, life exists inside those walls and, as we all do in our jobs, those women try to excel at theirs.

Child abuse is a theme that is developed throughout the story. It has different impact on the ones involved but we see how it affect everybody. We have “stand by”-ers and we have people that decide to act, as well as the consequences on these people. On a psychological level, this is great! And it’s shocking! There are elements that may shock you, for example: Jules knows in a few months she will sell her body for money. For that to happen, she needs to be though. She needs to attend seduction classes.

But she also wants something nice and pure of her own. Here comes Charlie, the boy she likes. Their relationship stands under “the slut” umbrella. He knows where she lives, he may not touch the subject deeply at first but I saw them as the symbol of “clean”. I was very curious to see how they evolve as a couple and how all these elements will affect their relationship (if they manage to have one by the end).

The narration is very beautiful. It has captured emotions like pain, hate, repulsion, gentleness and love. The narrator has differentiated well between characters and I really applaud her work with this audiobook.

All in all, this was a great experience and a very interesting story. I do recommend it with all my heart and I hope you all try it. The interesting concepts, the awareness, the family issues that are combined here are very well presented. It really is a book that will keep you until the very last page/minute! Enjoy J

I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Maggie Hasbrouck. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

 

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Audiobook Review: Deep Shadow

Author: Nick Sullivan

Narrator: Nick Sullivan

Length: 8 hours 10 minutes

Publisher: Wild Yonder Press

Released: May 1, 2018

Genre: Action-Adventure

In the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, something lethal is on the move.

Scuba divers travel from all over the world to visit the little island of Bonaire, with its crystal-clear waters and a host of beautiful marine life. After three years in the “Diver’s Paradise”, divemaster Boone Fischer thought he’d seen it all; but on a routine afternoon dive, he spots something that will turn his tranquil life upside down.

From the arid shores of the ABC Islands to the tropical jungles of Venezuela—from the ocean depths of the Southern Caribbean, to the lush islands of the Northern Leewards, Deep Shadow takes Boone and the reader on an action-packed adventure filled with danger and suspense.

“The age-old adage of ‘write what you know’ becomes very important when you write about a technical subject like scuba diving. When you get all the details right, and throw in just the right amounts of action, humor, romance, and suspense, you have a novel like this.” – Wayne Stinnett, bestselling author of “Fallen Out”.

 

Born in East Tennessee, NICK SULLIVAN has spent most of his adult life as an actor in New York City, working in theater, television, film, and audiobooks. After narrating hundreds of books over the last twenty years, he decided to write his own. Nick has been an avid scuba diver for many years and his travels to numerous Caribbean islands have inspired this series. His first novel, “Zombie Bigfoot”, hit #1 in Horror Comedy on Amazon.

NICK SULLIVAN has been narrating audiobooks for over twenty years, recording over four hundred titles and receiving numerous AudioFile Earphones and Audie nominations and awards. He has worked extensively on Broadway and at many U.S. theaters. His TV credits include The Good Wife, The Affair, Divorce, Younger, Bull, Madam Secretary, Boardwalk Empire, 30 Rock, Elementary, and all three Law and Order series. Film credits include Our Idiot Brother and Private Life. Proud member of SAG-AFTRA.

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What a journey!!! I was so captivated by … everything in this story. I liked the characters, the scenes, the knowledge, the action, the suspense. I liked quite a lot about it. So how could I not give my 5 stars to a book that has kept me reading and reading (well, actually “listening and listening” – it’s getting confusing at one point).

As the blurb says, the action starts when divemaster Boone Fischer finds out that under the waters of this beautiful island of Bonaire, really ugly things happen. Crime lords, drugs and a lot of twists start. He has his partner Emily and together will try and uncover the sea’s mysteries.

I was a fan of the action. The characters are well developed and Boone and Emily form a bond throughout the book, but the plot is absolutely fantastic with a lot of shifts and things you have no way of expecting. The writing is beautiful as well, the descriptions are vivid and the amount of research the author has put into his book is easy to observe.

Since the author is the narrator as well, we have first-hand experience of what he imagined his characters sound like. I like it when authors decide to tell their own book and I feel the experience is more complete in this way. But Nick Sullivan does it very well. He deals well with the accents and differentiating between characters.

Now, without taking too much of your time, please give “Deep Shadow” a try, as it will take you to a journey through the underwater life and it will give you the adventure of a lifetime! I’d like to think that even in our daily lives, we have no way of knowing what exactly in under a serene façade. So this book gives you quite an idea. Enjoy!

I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Nick Sullivan. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

 

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Book Review: Fast Ride

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We are excited to celebrate the release of Michelle Dayton’s new release, FAST RIDE! Join in on the fun with reviews, excerpts, plus a giveaway! FAST RIDE is a spicy, surprisingly emotional, contemporary romance, the first in a brand-new series. Find out what happens when Jen Appleton says yes to a one-night stand in a roadside motel with the hot, hot, hot Garrett Tracy.

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Author: Michelle Dayton

Published: April 30, 2018

Publisher: Self-published

Series: Tracy Brothers

Genres: Contemporary Romance

Word Count: 53K

 

Synopsis:

 Jen Appleton is the woman who always says yes. To her boss. To her employees. To charity. To everyone except herself. But when she rear-ends a red Porsche on her way home from a nasty day at work, and the man driving the midlife-crisis cliché turns out to be hot, hot, hot, Jen decides tonight’s the night to say yes to things she’s never said yes to before.

Yes, to a one-night stand in a motel.

Yes, to the hottest night on record.

Yes, to anything Garrett Tracy wants to do to her body.

Garrett knows the chemistry between them can only be described as extreme. But it’s just one night. And then he can get back to work convincing his ex-girlfriend to give him another shot.

When Jen approaches Garrett as the only person in Chicago who might solve her massive work problem, he agrees to help—on the condition that Jen will coach him in winning back his ex. As they work on their projects, Jen and Garrett can’t resist the incredible attraction sparking between them. It’s the perfect friends-with-benefits situation. Until Jen’s heart finally forces her to start saying no

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My Review

 This was such a great read, with hot scenes, with funny moments, with smart characters. It is a very quick read, not only because of the length, but also because it is very easy to absorb the story and appreciate the characters.

Everything starts with a bump. More or less… and a spilled yogurt that cased a sexy dress, that affected the guy whose car got hit. Ok, you get the point from the blurb! She hits him, they feel the attraction, they have a one night stand (or so they say) which is also a base for a beautiful friendship. He wants to get back with his ex, she wants to attract her boss’ attention. So they both are not available. They are just friends with an awesome benefit.

I know you may have heard the story before, but the way the friendship between them grows is beautifully presented and that one night spent in a cheap hotel allows them to know each other and know parts of themselves that even they did not know. They are free of limitations, inhibitions and rules. They start to build something based on honesty and mutual help. I liked that very much! No character is too bitchy or too jealous, but they are intense in … some moments, if you get what I mean!

Suffice to say that this first book in the “Tracy Brothers” series is fabulous and I cannot wait to read the next story!5 out of 5 stars!  I loved the writing, I loved the characters and I loved the plot! Check it out 🙂

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There are only three things Michelle Dayton loves more than sexy and suspenseful novels: her family, the city of Chicago, and Mr. Darcy. Michelle dreams of a year of world travel – as long as the trip would include weeks and weeks of beach time. As a bourbon lover and unabashed wine snob, Michelle thinks heaven is discussing a good book over an adult beverage

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Audiobook Review: Every Rose

Author: Nancy Warren

Narrator: Teri Schnaubelt

Length: 4 hours 42 minutes

Publisher: Ambleside Publishing⎮2015

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Series: Take A Chance, Book 4

Release date: Jun. 18, 2015

Every Rose has its thorns….

Rose Chance is a dedicated Portland physician who loves shoes, clothes, and the finer things in life. Her colleagues call her Dr. Vogue, and she won’t even look at a man unless he’s rich. And preferably titled.

Her colleague, Matt Vasilopolous, is a Greek immigrant made good. He dresses like a schlep, always needs a shave, and doesn’t seem to own a comb.

Rose can’t stand a man who looks like a tramp. Matt loathes a woman who looks down at him. But when they’re thrown together to save a life one day, and find themselves in the same wedding party the next, Rose and Matt can no longer deny the attraction between them.

With an English baronet and his stately home in the offing, though, will Rose choose the man she’s dreamed of her whole life or the one her heart craves?

This is the fourth novel in the Take a Chance series of romantic comedies. All the books can be heard independently, but are also connected.

 

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Teri Schnaubelt is an award-winning audiobook narrator and actor who has voiced nearly 200 audiobooks as well as many commercials and corporate videos. She mainly works from her home studio in the north Chicago suburbs and keeps in touch with the rest of the world via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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I had so much fun listening to this audiobook. I loved it just as much as the other ones from the “Take a Chance” series, just that in case of “Every Rose” I had quite some fun. There were some pretty good lines there that put big smiles on my lips and I found myself enjoying it more than the others, even if I have some small comments in regards to the characters.

This forth book brings us the story of Rose Chance (the doctor) and Matt Vasilopolous (the surgeon). None of them want to become involved with a fellow colleague, but one of them is willing to try. Both are different, but one of them is willing to overlook the differences and adjust to the other’s “complains”. Their relationship is beautiful and starts… out of the blue I might say.

 Rose has always wanted more than what she had growing up. She wants fancy clothes, fine food and beautiful restaurants. Matt has grown up knowing what it is to struggle for money and he is not ashamed to admit it. That’s why Rose seems too arrogant to him. Once they start knowing more about each other, Matt is completely taken by the flawless doctor. Still, is she willing to overlook his profession and his imperfect looks? That’s something for you to find out.

As opposed to the other books in the series, Rose is a bit too focused on the material aspect of life and I did not like that very much. Also, things happen to sudden, especially in the end. Also, the reaction Rose has once finding out who her real parents are is treated with less importance than I would have expected.

I cannot complain at all about the narration, it was very much to my liking, the same as in the other books. The narrator managed to change her voice very well, considering the diversity of the characters that could be together in one scene.

To close up, even if there were some items that did not stand well with me, I think the writing and the amount of fun I had listening to “Every Rose” are far more important. So 4.5 stars for the fourth book in the “Take a Chance” series. Enjoy!

I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Nancy Warren. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

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Book Review: Don’t Look At Me

A reverse Beauty and the Beast tale;
because why SHOULDN’T the boy fall in love with the ugly girl?
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DON’T LOOK AT ME
J.P. Grider
Don't Look at Me
Genre: New Adult Romance, Suspense, Folklore
Publisher: Fated Hearts Publishing
Publication Date: March 29, 2018
Haven:
A diligent hand carved this hole in my face.
It stole my confidence, my identity, and ended my short-lived career as a broadcast journalist.
I am now unemployed. Alone. Ugly.
And expected to get over it and move on.
Go on living life as usual—as if the world doesn’t judge the grotesquely unattractive.
Quest:
It’s been three years since I was kicked out of the Army for nearly killing the opposition’s militia commander with my bare hands.
I am now unemployed. Alone. Angry.
And expected to forget the nightmares that hold me hostage and move on.
Go on living life as usual—as if the world doesn’t judge a dishonorably discharged ex-soldier.
Don’t Look at Me is a modern-day Beauty and the Beast tale—reversed and twisted. Because even the ugly need a good story, and even the beautiful are ugly deep down.

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“This is one of the best contemporary retellings of a fairy tale that I have read, ever…”
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“…A real emotional read with a touch of drama and suspense. Who is behind the vicious attacks on local women? So not just your run of the mill- boy meets girl love story.”
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“…It is so good, I could not put it down…This book drained me emotionally and left me stunned for a few hours after reading it…”
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My Review

If I were to choose a story that marked my love for reading or if I were to mention the title of the story from which I took my first lesson that would be “Beauty and the Beast”. So how can I not like “Don’t Look at Me”? Yes, I had very high expectations and yes, I wanted to experience that lesson in the most beautiful way possible, adapted to our modern times. And I had my expectations met.

The blurb describes perfectly the condition each character is in when they meet. They don’t expect too much from people. They don’t expect to be understood, but they both recognize a scarred soul. What I mostly liked about this book is how the author presented their problems. If Quest has army scars, that marked his soul, that made him angry, Haven has her scares out in the open.  So now the question is: what’s worse: having visible or hidden marks? J. P. Grider does not say that one character is in a worse state than the other, or at least I do not perceive this book like that. They meet, they are scared and don’t trust each other, but soon discover the beauty in one another.

The amount of emotion, the feelings are so well captured. I was right there feeling angry and lost and happy and beautiful with our main characters. The author has an excellent way with words and I am so happy to have been introduced to her work! The action is not boring at all, even if the story is more focused on the characters.

So I do advise you to read it and I hope you’ll like it as much as I did. All my 5 stars and my appreciation for a great story go to “Don’s Look at Me” by J. P. Grider.

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J.P. Grider is a New Adult and Young Adult author who is a sucker for a good love story – whether it’s reading one or writing one. And when she’s not reading or writing a fairy tale, she’s living one.
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Audiobook Review: Blueprint for a Kiss

Author: Nancy Warren

Narrator: Teri Schnaubelt

Length: 5 hours 23 minutes

Publisher: Ambleside Publishing⎮2015

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Series: Take A Chance, Book 3

Release date: Apr. 30, 2015

You can design a perfect life, then a woman comes along and messes it all up!

Prescott Chance is the go-to architect for the wealthy and famous, which has made him more wealthy and famous than he’s ever wanted to be. He turns down more commissions than he accepts and is extremely private.

Holly Legere is barely making ends meet between rent and student loans. As an assistant to Alistair Rupert, the notoriously difficult industrialist, she works night and day for slave wages, hanging on in hopes of a promised promotion in his huge organization. When Alistair Rupert’s wife decides she wants a Prescott Chance-designed house, and Prescott turns her down, it’s Holly’s job to make the choosy architect change his mind. And Holly is a very determined woman. In this modern romantic comedy, she’ll go to any lengths to get him to design her boss a house, including pulling in his huge family for support.

This is the third book in the Take a Chance series, though the books stand alone.

 

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Teri Schnaubelt is an award-winning audiobook narrator and actor who has voiced nearly 200 audiobooks as well as many commercials and corporate videos. She mainly works from her home studio in the north Chicago suburbs and keeps in touch with the rest of the world via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Time for another ausdiobook review from the “Take a Chance” series. After 3 books, I can say I like Nancy Warren. She has her way with magic around couples and knows what is needed to complete their relationship. The thing that I mostly appreciate is how her characters are not hysterical women or men with a complex. They are adults, in all the proper meanings of the word, at least in these first books I’ve tried.

“Blueprint for a Kiss” is no exception. Prescott’s story is one of success. He has worked so much to put his memories behind and be a normal child, with his new family. He has found success doing what he likes most, like all the Chance members. Designing a house, a home, by examining the land and making it so the environment accepts the new building. That’s his purpose. However, Holly Legere comes and twists his mind.

At a first glance, they cannot be more different. He needs quiet, isolation, no phones, no social media or other distractions. He needs tranquility for his mind to work. She has a boss who just won’t stop calling. He lives stress free, she is beyond stressed. He likes class, order, she is messy. But their story is one of alignment, of fine tuning if I can put it like that. They find a compromise. They manage to meet at one point in their relationship so that it works out. This is the beauty in this book.

As in the previous books, I cannot say anything bad in regards to the narration. I like it and by now I feel comfortable with Teri Schnaubelt and with her style. I wished she could have differentiated better between the male characters, but it was ok. The same, I wished for a not so sudden ending.

But I did like Holly and Scott’s story, I liked the idea behind this couple. Yes, I would have liked a more in depth analysis of his past, but the point is that we have to focus on the future and make it as beautiful as possible. 5 stars J

I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Nancy Warren. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

 

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