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Friday, March 27, 2020

Book Review: Recipe for Fitness Over 50 by K. Aleisha Fetters

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this ebook from Simon and Schuster via EdelweissPlus, free of charge, for review purposes on this blog. No compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it, all opinions are my own


Skip the gym and improve your physical and mental fitness in just minutes with these 300 quick and easy ways to add movement to your day!

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Synopsis:

Skip the gym and improve your physical and mental fitness in just minutes with these 300 quick and easy ways to add movement to your day!

Being active and in shape helps you sleep, keeps you strong and healthy, and improves balance, your social life—and even your sex life! We all know exercise is good for us, but time, money, age, and inertia often keep us stuck on the couch. But you don’t need to join a gym—or even leave your house—to get fit and healthy!

In Fitness Hacks for over 50, you’ll discover quick and attainable tips and strategies to maintain (or increase) your fitness and strength at any point in your life. These simple, easy-to-do movements and activities that just take a few minutes a day makes it easy and friction-free to look and feel better, regardless of your age and abilities.

It’s never too late to get started! Let Fitness Hacks for over 50 put you on the path to a healthier lifestyle and a longer life that you can enjoy!


Review:

Quarratined? This book might be just the thing you need to get a good work out, outside of the gym (that you can't get to anymore! with its simple illustrations, and humorous text, you may find that this book is for everyone looking for a non-stress work out, that they can fit into their busy schedules, no matter where they are. I would actually recommend it for 30 somethings on up! It's an inexpensive workout book to download right now too!


About the Author:

K. Aleisha Fetters is a journalist and certified strength and conditioning specialist whose work has been featured in publications including TimeWomen’s HealthRunner’s WorldO, The Oprah MagazineUS News & World ReportWeight WatchersFamily Circle, and SilverSneakers. She is coauthor of The Woman’s Guide to Strength Training, and is regularly interviewed as an expert for publications including SHAPEFood NetworkBeachbodyLifehacker, and DietSpotlight.

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Book Review: The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this ebook from Gallery Press, via #Netgalley, free of charge, for review purposes on this blog. No compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it, all opinions are my own




A tale of revenge, cultural identity, and the cost of breaking from tradition in this latest novel from the Jordan Peele of horror literature, Stephen Graham Jones.

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Synopsis:

Seamlessly blending classic horror and a dramatic narrative with sharp social commentary, The Only Good Indians follows four American Indian men after a disturbing event from their youth puts them in a desperate struggle for their lives. Tracked by an entity bent on revenge, these childhood friends are helpless as the culture and traditions they left behind catch up to them in a violent, vengeful way.

Review:

Remember when you first reading The Shining, or It, and the SURPRISES could truly shock you, and the horror was as much psychological as it was real, and that was why the books stayed with you for so long? Now add those emotions and add a Native American supernatural element, and you've got the bones of this story. Both dark and relatable, it's the story of making a bad decision and how it stays with you- karma, in this case CAN be a real killer. But how real is it? With innocents in the crossfire, their is a race for completion. Stay with this book until the end, for a book not to be read at night!


About the Author:


Stephen Graham Jones has been an NEA fellowship recipient, has won the Jesse Jones Award for Best Work of Fiction from the Texas Institute of Letters, the Independent Publishers Award for Multicultural Fiction, a Bram Stoker Award, four This is Horror Awards; and has been a finalist for the Shirley Jackson Award and the World Fantasy Award. His work has also been named one of Bloody Disgusting’s Top Ten Horror Novels, and he is the Ivena Baldwin Professor of English at the University of Colorado Boulder.
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Monday, March 23, 2020

Book Review: A Cold Dark Heart by Stephen Puleston

fDisclosure / Disclaimer: I received this ebook from the author, free of charge, for review purposes on this blog. No compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it, all opinions are my own



                          A Cold Dark Heart is the eighth novel in the Inspector Drake series 


Synopsis:

Drake’s most dangerous killer and shocking case yet…
Accident or murder...?
When eighty-nine-year-old Emyr Isaac is found dead in his home, Drake and his team initially suspect a burglary gone wrong.  Isaac was old, and his death was a tragedy, but it’s not a murder case…is it? 
A grisly discovery...
Drake uncovers more suspicious deaths, all elderly victims, all seemingly innocent, but with one chilling connection.
A twisted killer...
If Drake’s suspicions are correct, they have a dangerous serial killer on the loose. Soon, the team realise that stopping this killer will require playing a dangerous game - how do you catch a murderer trusted by everyone? 


Review:

This book is a book about opposites- Drakes new boss/his old boss, his ex wife/new girlfriend, welsh/english, evil/goodness, season cop/new cop. An it breathes new life into the series, as what seems like a simple case of accidental death turns into something much more evolved, that seems to vex his squad with each new discovery. With plenty of red herrings and thrills, this book is a real page turner for those new to the series, and those faithful to every book in it.


About the Author:


I write mysteries and thrillers.


I write a series featuring Inspector Drake based in North Wales and also a series featuring Inspector John Marco based in Cardiff. Inspector Marco comes from an Italian/Welsh background and he lives in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. 



You can read about my writing and about Wales, one of the most beautiful countries in the world, on my website - www.stephenpuleston.co.uk.



For many years I worked as a lawyer in a small practice representing clients in the criminal courts and doing divorce work all of which has given me valuable raw material for my novels.I still live and work in North Wales where the Inspector Drake novels are set.

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