See "A Salute to The Beleaguered Caregiver" (an illustrated inspirational poem)
- Give a book for any occasion! And please post this on your blogs! If everyone buys a book, authors and readers can save the publishing biz!
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Monthly Archives: June 2012
Outside The Lines by Amy Hatvany Washington Square Press/2012 Reviewed By: Sheri de Grom Outside The Lines, Amy Hatvany’s third novel, is a haunting slice of life. I’ve never read a more honest portrayal of mental illness. I found … Continue reading
Traumatic Brain Injuries – Part 2 of 5 Soldiers, Sports and Ordinary People Outlined in my blog of June 18, 2012 are the numerous problems created by Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) and how they have affected my life. Gardening season … Continue reading
The Reason Is You by Sharla Lovelace Berkley Publishing Group/2012 Reviewer: Sheri de Grom Sharla Lovelace’s debut novel, The Reason Is You, is one of the most delightful reads I’ve encountered this year. The first sentence carried me into … Continue reading
Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) – Part 1 of 5 Do We Need To Bring Back The Draft Before the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, most people were familiar with the term ‘concussion.’ We’d here a neighbor or a co-worker refer to someone having a concussion and … Continue reading
When You Were Mine by Elizabeth Nobel Simon & Schuster/2011 Reviewed by: Sheri de Grom Elizabeth Nobel’s sixth novel, When You Were Mine, is the story of Susannah, a woman approaching 40 who’s discontented with her life. She’s obsessed … Continue reading
Trading Health for Weapons Pentagon Threatens Congress Jason Miller, executive editor of Federal News Radio, published an article on May 31, 2012, that made me want to embrace Congress for the first time in a very long time. He reported, … Continue reading