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BookTrib’s Bites: A Little Bit of Everything

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(NewsUSA)“Almost Happy”by Dr. Brian Kaplan and Hephzibah KaplanIt’s a proven fact: We are healthier and happier when we are laughing. Not only is laughter good for our body, mind and spirit, but it can also help us face the uncomfortable challenge of dealing with our personal difficulties.”Almost Happy: Pushing Your......

BookTrib’s Bites: Four Books Worthy of Your Consideration – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “The Light of Ishtar”by Said Elias Dawlabani An ancient goddess in the light of a contemporary love story . . . This poignant memoir draws parallels between the ancient goddess Ishtar and the author’s wife and soulmate, Elza Maalouf, recognizing inner energies that are universal. For over a decade,......

BookTrib’s Bites: Historical Fiction, Mindfulness, Mystery and Coming of Age

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(NewsUSA)“What Passes as Love”by Trisha Thomas A young woman pays a devastating price for freedom in this heartrending and breathtaking novel of the nineteenth-century South.Born into slavery, Dahlia never knew her mother. When Dahlia’s father takes her to work in his plantation as a servant, she leaves behind her best......

BookTrib’s Bites: Great Plots, Characters, History and Adventure – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “What’s Not True”by Valerie Taylor  With the court date set for her divorce and the future she’d planned with a younger man presumably kaput, Kassie O’Callaghan shifts attention to reviving her stalled marketing career. But that goal gets complicated when she unexpectedly rendezvous with her former lover in Paris.......

BookTrib’s Bites: Character Study, Kids’ Activities, Memoir, Self-Help – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “The Musician”by Mike Shaw “True, endearing, joyful, and at times disheartening “The Musician” is an unvarnished look at what most musicians encounter when they choose to follow their dreams,” says Huffington Post’s Ralph Miriello. Becoming an accomplished musician and recognized for it will become the driving force in Tom......

BookTrib’s Bites: Four Great Reads for the Late Summer

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(NewsUSA)“Puzzle Pieces”by Laurine AdamsBreathtaking, tear jerking and inspiring, this is an amazing story of overcoming and mystical wonder. A little girl is cast aside and neglected, living out every generational curse reserved for her. This goes on until one day she has a Godly encounter that changes her life.Deciding to......

BookTrib’s Bites: Mystery, Intrigue and Sci-Fi – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “Faults”by Orion Gregory In this riveting murder mystery, as a struggling 24-year-old tennis professional, Sydney Livingstone has never had a game to die for. But all that is set to change during a tournament that serves as a precursor for the prestigious U.S. Open. Someone from her past with......

BookTrib’s Bites: Featuring the Maestro, Historical Fiction and Suspense

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(NewsUSA)“This Was Toscanini: The Maestro, My Father and Me”by Lucy Antek JohnsonArturo Toscanini is widely considered the greatest conductor of the modern age and remains a towering figure in the world of classical music. His explosive passions, dynamic music making, and legendary leadership continue to inspire and influence today’s musicians......

BookTrib’s Bites: Historical Fiction, Cozy Mystery and Difficult Subjects – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA)  “Brain Storm”by Shelley Kolton, MD The sad 7-year-old girl. The aggressive 14-year-old boy. The terrified 3-year-old child. The cult leader. She lived with these, and over 30 other parts of her mind throughout endless cycles of deepest depression, paralyzing panic, thoughts of suicide, and a revolving door of psychotherapists.......

BookTrib’s Bites: Spiritual Wisdom, Medicine for the Soul and Coming of Age – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “Hollywood to the Himalayas: A Journey of Healing and Transformation”by Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati The enlightening memoir of a reluctant spiritual seeker who finds much more than she bargained for when she travels to India. As a Stanford grad getting her PhD in Psychology, Sadhvi Saraswati was comfortable with her......

BookTrib’s Bites: Four More Great Summer Reads – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “Shooting Out The Lights”by Kim Fairley Fans of “When Breath Becomes Air,” by Paul Kalanithi and the popular 2016 film Manchester by the Sea won’t want to miss this memoir. The story unravels like a mystery novel, but Kim Fairley’s memoir wrestles with the very real secrets we keep......

BookTrib’s Bites: Thriller, Whimsy and Life Lessons – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “In the Black”by Andrew Ceroni The CIA’s most valued Russian double agents are being methodically assassinated one by one. When the Agency discovers the attacks originate from a Russian top-secret cyberwarfare program called Chernyy Almaz or Black Diamond, a mind-control program, the CIA must respond swiftly to shut down......

BookTrib’s Bites: Mystery, Touching Memoir and Essential Health Info – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “The Imposter”by David Temple Detective Pat Norelli proved to her co-workers, her family, and herself she had what it takes to become a first-class detective. In Norelli’s debut novel, “The Poser,” she discovered the serial killer who murdered Meredith Johansen and several of Meredith’s close friends. She also unearthed......

BookTrib’s Bites: Unexpected Twists, Small-Town Drama, Food for Thought – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “Rene Descartes Does Not Exist”by A.R. LaBaere  One reviewer describes this most unusual work: “An audacious experiment in Cosmicism and disoriented terror. It repeats, falls over itself, reinvents, creates layers of complex meaning and uses grammatical mistakes in a creative way. At first it is truly maddening and seems......

BookTrib’s Bites: A Potpourri of Intriguing Reads – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “A Pastor’s Pit”by Judge Roy Sparkman Religious liberty is under attack in the United States. Faced with legal challenges for the mere action of preaching from the Bible, Pastor Preston and his supporters confront a terrifying truth: the U.S. Constitution is no defense against a biased district attorney obsessed......

BookTrib’s Bites: Intrigue, History and a Better Self – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “Sarana and the Dark King “by Ivy Keating The ruthless king of Bounten controlled a Valomere – a magical creature that connects with one person and obeys their commands – with the magic to cause instant death. To further his power, he embarked on a quest to find tarilium,......

BookTrib’s Bites: Intrigue, Mystery, Groundbreaking Feminists, Employee Engageme – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA)  “November 400CP Is Missing”by Anderson Harp The PT Chevron Pacific Gulfstream banks toward the north after lifting off from the international airport at Kuala Lumpur. The oil-exploration team has reason to celebrate: The new oil field outside of Minas will be the biggest reserve in the history of Indonesia.......

BookTrib’s Bites: Secrets, Celebrations of Family and Ramblings of Wisdom – Entertainment

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(NewsUSA) “Lost in Paris”by Elizabeth Thompson When a deed to an apartment in Paris turns up in an old attic trunk, an estranged mother and daughter must reunite to uncover the secret life of a family matriarch — perfect for fans of “The Little Paris Bookshop” and “The Beekeeper’s Daughter.”......

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