Monday, December 14, 2009

Harvard Business School - Confidential

Genre: Business

Author: Emily Chan

One of the toughest things about business school was the books. Dry application of theory presented in clinical absolutes that, like battle plans, failed at the first contact with the enemy. That is why, as a businessman, I found Emily Chan’s presentation of practical and useful business wisdom and strategies so refreshing. Harvard Business School Confidential is a field guide and whether you are CEO of a multinational corporation or job searching, she presents the, yes; theory, but more importantly, real life experience, relevant case scenarios and the secrets of making it all work.
Personal, Operations and Strategy. These are the broad categories Chan uses; she then breaks each one down into easy to assimilate chapters with titles like, “Plans Are Nothing, Planning Is Everything”. Each chapter giving the reader ideas to contemplate or new approaches to old problems. Consider the issues we all face in business and how they apply to the categories above; planning, promotion, communications, placement, process and control, among just a few. Chan presents them, explains them and offers solutions, incite and strategy that makes real-world sense. I found the writing compelling, the layout logical and professional and, most importantly, the message pertinent and compelling.
I highly recommend Harvard Business School Confidential to anyone in business, interested in business or contemplating attending business school. In fact, I would recommend this as a prerequisite for first year business school candidates. It would help make the theory make sense.
Reviewed by reviewer Gregory J. Saunders, Allbooks Review,
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons,
ISBN: 978-0-470-82239-5
Price $13.57
Nov. 2009

Friday, December 11, 2009

The Lost Gate

Genre: Fantasy
Author: R. D. Williams

Imagine if you will, a world of Wizards, Knights, and Elves, then add Gremlins, Goblins ans creatures of darkness intent upon domination through fear and slaughter. Long ago their world was nearly held in sway by a great evil, and now that same darkness threatens to cover all the lands once again.
This is a story for readers, who enjoy the realms of fantasy such as are provided by J. R. Tolken.
The story moves at a good clip with frequent skirmishes at the start, which build to frequent battles as the race against the evil forces escalates.
Unnaturally dark and gloomy weather adds a foreboding background as the main heroes in the story, Geltharin and Delphine, trek from one devastated village to another to join with forces who they aid and who will aid them in their quest to stop a seemingly invincible evil. Along the way, a romance of equals develops between these proud warriors of different cultures and races, who must hold their growing love in check, to meet the demands of war.
I found the dialog and narrative writing more than sufficient to create the scenes and the characters but sometimes wished the narrative was a little crisper, not because there was anything wrong with the writing but because I was anxious to learn what might happen next.
R. D. Williams lives and writes in Ohio where he is presently working on a sequel as is given away in the last line of the book: “Little did they know that their adventures were far from over. But that is yet another story....”
This is a good and fun read, and I highly recommend it to all who enjoy fantasy.
Reviewer: Pete Klein, Allbooks Reviews.

Title: The Lost Gate
Author: R. D. Williams
Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN-10: 1432708090
ISBN-13: 978-1432708092
Price: $13.95
Nov 2009

Threshing the Cosmic Chaff: The Reckoning of a Degenerate World

Genre: Christianity
Author: Gabriel North

A wake-up call for all God's children as the end of the world draws near.

Gabriel North, in his short philosophical work Threshing the Cosmic Chaff, wants to send a clear message to all people living in the world today. He wants everyone to know that God is real, and that this life is a temporary pause on the way to eternity. He warns against becoming too involved in material things, and losing faith altogether.
This book is labeled "Philosophy," but it's important to know that its audience is definitely Christian believers. North lays out a multifaceted, deeply felt series of arguments for belief, and for looking forward to the end of this life. His is a bold rhetorical style, and while his digressions are often distracting, his conviction is clear and often moving. However, this is obviously a self-published book, and would have benefited greatly from an editor. Fans of Christian polemics, and end-times treatises in general, will find something interesting here, but it may not be for general audiences.
Gabriel North lives in North America, in the Great Lakes region.
North's arguments are deep and, with a little streamlining, could have been very persuasive for his intended audience. However, poor editing and lack of focus make this an Average read.
Reviewer: J. Blackmore, Allbooks Reviews.

Title: Threshing the Cosmic Chaff: The Reckoning of a Degenerate World
Author: Gabriel North
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 978-0-595-44400-7
November 2009

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

The New Arthritis Cure: Eliminate Arthritis and Fibromyalgia Pain Permanently

Genre: Health
Author: Dr. Bruce Fife

“A diagnosis of arthritis is not a life sentence.” Dr. B. Fife
Treatment for Arthritis and Fibromyalgia currently consists of managing the symptoms, as the causes have yet to be fully understood. In this enlightening guide the author, Dr. Bruce Fife projects his theory, that both conditions are related to an underlying infection. His research has led him through a maze of possible viruses, fungi and bacteria, and he expresses his belief that the culprit lies within infected teeth and gums. Did you know that a tooth and socket comprise a joint? From the teeth, bacteria easily enter the blood stream, causing secondary infections in the joints.
One’s mind might leap to the conclusion, if it’s an infection then give me antibiotics. Just like life, it’s not that simple. If the secondary joint infection is caused by virus or fungi; antibiotics are useless.
Well- researched facts are presented to us in the beginning of the book, leading up to Dr. Fife’s ‘Arthritis Battle Plan.’ He warns us that some drugs i.e. non-steroidal and anti-inflammatory drugs may reduce inflammation but may have the high price of accelerated bone destruction.
Dr. Fife spends some time explaining the potential benefits of bee venom but fascinates the reader by presenting the extraordinary healing power of coconut oil. It seems the oil is comparable to natures own, mother’s milk. Both have properties, when broken down by the body, become antimicrobial. Unlike synthetic antibiotics, this more natural agent is not harmful to our body’s ‘good bacteria.’ In effect, coconut oil reduces systemic infection, thereby reducing infection in the joints.
The importance of proper diet is not ignored, and he stresses his opinion of the impact on health by refined sugar and grains. The Magic of Motion chapter addresses the need for weight bearing, yet low, impact exercise. Teaching us that although rest is important, inactivity will, in effect, ‘rust’ our joints. Lightening the amount of weight we put upon our joints is essential.
The book is completed with a summary of his Seven Steps to Beating Arthritis and Fibromyalgia. This is a drug free lifestyle, which he claims will not only eliminate pain but rebuild joint function, restoring mobility. Be adventurous and attempt his Seven-Day Whole Foods Challenge. The book leaves little doubt to its validity including index, numerous references, diagrams and endorsement from several satisfied followers. Dr. Fife has shared his knowledge in many other books promoting healthier choices, if nothing else a sense of hope.
Finishing my own further investigation, I intend to put coconut oil on my grocery list, adding it to my own attempt at relief, by living a healthier lifestyle. Watch out pharmaceutical companies, perhaps nature has provided the real cure. Highly Recommended!
Reviewer:Cheryl Ellis, Allbook Reviews
Available through or your local bookseller.

Title: The New Arthritis Cure: Eliminate Arthritis and Fibromyalgia Pain Permanently
Author: Dr. Bruce Fife, CN, ND
Publisher: Piccadilly Books, Ltd.
ISBN-13: 978-0-941599-82-5
Pages: 190
Price: US $15.95 November 2009

Seen & Sold: 51 Proven Ideas for Marketing Your Art in Any Economy

Genre: Self Help
Author: Missy Loewe
So, you think that you are the world’s next greatest artist! You may be right. However, if your work is not out there, being seen, being appreciated, then no one will ever know. There are ways to promote your art, creative ways that support your intuitive creative energies. Perhaps you should donate a work to a local charity auction; or, offer to display your work at a local business or restaurant; or, offer classes/workshops to promote your style of creativity. These are just a few ways to make your name. After all, you want people to recognize you for your art. Until you make your art visible, no one will even know that you are an artist, let alone a very talented one. Success as an artist demands that creativity crosses over into the realm of self-promotion. As Aristotle wrote, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” It goes without saying, then, that success in what one does requires the habit of promoting what one creates.

Missy Loewe is an expert in the field of art promotion/art as a business. She founded and runs Visual Arts Consulting, an art business/marketing consulting firm, to help artists promote themselves, to make themselves visible so that the world knows about their work. Loewe wrote Seen & Sold: 51 Proven Ideas for Marketing Your Art in Any Economy to further assist visual artists in self-promotion.

Seen & Sold: 51 Proven Ideas for Marketing Your Art in Any Economy is a valuable tool with useful tips, timely quotes, and a solid mandate to promote the visual arts. For the serious artist who wants to earn recognition for his/her work, Seen & Sold: 51 Proven Ideas for Marketing Your Art in Any Economy is highly recommended by: Emily-Jane Hills Orford, Allbooks Reviews.

Title: Seen & Sold: 51 Proven Ideas for Marketing Your Art in Any Economy
Author: Missy Loewe
Publisher: Visual Arts Press
ISBN: 978-0-9825394-0-8
Pages: 77 pages
Price: $13.95 US

Friday, December 4, 2009

The Secret in the Forest

Genre: Children

Author: Sheila Adam McIntyre

The Secret in the Forest is a tantalizingly mysterious novel with a touch of danger and a sprinkle of humour. Two adventure-loving adolescent boys ventured into the dark and much rumoured forest. During their time, it was the forbidden fruit of the town of Jacobsville, Wisconsin. However, they still continued on, spurred by the intriguing tale of an elder, Mr. Grayson. Although discouraged at first, they walked deeper and deeper into the forest where hey found a rotten old shack and a hynotizingly haunting and ghostly sight. Realizing that a ghastly crime had been committed, with the police disbelieving and the threat of grounding, it was up to them to figure out who did it BEFORE anyone else got hurt.

Sheila Adam McIntyre is an excellent author, writing from her own experience of growing up in a small rural town called St. Jacobs in Ontario, Canada. That simple country lifestyle has given life to the little dusty old town of Jacobsville, which I suspect is derived from the name "St.Jacob." A fascinating tale that shouldn't be missed! Highly Recommended by Cecilia Lee, Allbooks Review.

ISBN: 0-7414-4409-6
Pages: 84
Price: US $9.95
Nov. 2009

Gone Beaver

Genre: Historical Fiction
AUTHOR: Gil Schriber

Sometimes a man just has to follow his heart. John Tucker was such a man. After having lost his immediate family to the scourge of cholera he was passed along from one orphanage to another. After three years of this he decided to escape and head west into the mountains to find his Uncle Jack. Uncle Jack was a Mountain Man, the tales of whom John had heard since he was old enough to remember. This was where John Tucker felt his heart was leading. He would do what it took to escape the kind of life he had come to know and be free to do and be what he wanted. Along the way he learns love and makes lifelong friendships. But does he find that which he truly seeks?

In “Gone Beaver” Gil Schriber crafts a tale that is fast moving and full of adventure; the kind of adventure the reader can truly feel along with the characters. Mr. Schriber truly loves the atmosphere in which this tale is set. He shows this through the unapologetic way he presents this story. There is no sense of what could have or should have been. This is a trap into which it is all too easy to fall in the present day. It is simply a well- written saga of the men and women who blazed the trail that so many have followed.

This reviewer is also greatly appreciative that Mr. Schriber skillfully points out the differences between the tribes of Native Americans that make appearances in the story. Any reader should come away with the knowledge that the Blackfeet and the Shoshone were as distinct from one another as Germans are from Italians. The only fictions in this book are the characters. The types of people, the events such as the Rendezvous (and the happenings depicted), and the environment are all starkly real.

This love of subject and the accuracy of the setting make this book well worth the read and the passing along. This reviewer sincerely hopes that Mr. Schriber will continue the story of John Tucker. As the West changes with time and with the westward migration of so many people, the way of life of the Mountain Man would be over all too soon.

Highly Recommended by Reviewer: John Helman, Allbooks

Title: Gone Beaver
Author: Gil Schriber
Publisher: Publish America
ISBN: 978-1-60749-469-0
Pages: 242
Price: $24.95 US
Nov. 2009

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Thumb Flagging

Author:Jerome Peterson
Genre: Travel/adventure

Bohemian Bum, Hippie Hobo, traveler within the American illusion of freedom. Thumb Flagging is a story of hitchin’ cross country, jumpin’ trains and hoping for the thousand dollar ride. Willy is the worldly philosopher with seemingly no roots, free and ready to hit the road. Jay is the innocent; tentative and afraid, insecure and easily led. Willy talks Jay into dumping their jobs for a few day and heading from sunny Arizona to visit Jay’s sister in Colorado, an easy trip unless your thumb flagging. Jay reluctantly agrees to the adventure and enters an entirely new world; the world of the footloose and free Bohemian Bum.

Yes, this is a story about hitchhiking, but it is more as well. It’s about one man’s growth, it’s about philosophy, it’s about psychology and sociology, and ultimately, it’s a love story. Peterson is able to wrap in about every human emotion and deal with them realistically. Jay starts out as the reluctant and fearful traveler and finishes his personal journey as king of the road. You see his strength and confidence build and feel him develop and confirm his morals and sense of place, all while friends, enemies and chance acquaintances spin in and out of his life. That’s the story of the road, a story that crisscrosses the country from Arizona to Colorado then California and all the way to Main and back.

What made the story most interesting to me was the cross section of society Jay encounters. We all have our impressions and prejudices when we see a thumb flagger. And, though our preconceived notions may be right or way wrong, this book takes you in an entirely different direction. It isn’t the hitcher that’s interesting; it’s the people that are compelled to pick them up. The sad, the disaffected, the do-gooders and the crazies, when a car stops you never know what you’ll get. And when you get that “thousand dollar ride,” it’s all worthwhile.

This is an interesting read, well written and a story with many lessons if you will let them in.

Reviewed by Allbooks reviewer Gregory J. Saunders

Publisher: Eloquent Books
ISBN 978-1-60693-750-1
Price $32.50 US
Oct. 2009

Allbooks Reviews INTERVIEW: (Please put your answers in black)

Please state your name and location. (city and State or Province, Country)

Jerome Peterson Sonora, CA USA

Tell us the title and publisher of your book:

Thumb Flagging Eloquent Books an imprint of AEG Publishing Group

Tell us about yourself: I dabble in writing songs, articles, poetry, and short stories; but, my passion is novels. I carry a pocket notebook and pen everywhere I go, including to work. I’m constantly writing down character images, phrases, or plot ideas that strike me. I enjoy arts of all kind. When I’m not writing I sketch I compose instrumentals on my guitar, as well as vocal songs; although I don’t sing as well as I would like to. Other interests I have are reading, spirituality, stargazing, gardening and houseplants, baseball, and sailing. I’m 52 years old and have been married for thirty years.

When was the book released? March, 2009

Give us an overview of your book. By looking at the cover and title the reader assumes it is about hitchhiking. It definitely is about hitchhiking, but there so much more. Thumb Flagging is a coming of age story about a young man who loses his identity only to find it. The unconventional part is that the main character takes to the road to accomplish this goal; unknowingly using the rides and people he meets to show him his shortcomings, and to teach him truth. Also thrown into the pot of character adjustments, are a couple of mysterious stalkers, a canine companion, and other suspenseful encounters that sharpen the main characters perception; as well as, spirituality, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and of course love. I believe the loneliness for love is the strongest force in the book that carries the main character through his misfortunes and ultimately helps him fulfill his goal of a new identity.

What inspired you to write this book? My wife and I were sitting around recalling our youthful travels. As we shared unique hitchhiking stories the idea to write a book about the adventures came to me. I didn’t want it to be totally true life so I meshed my imagination in order to develop compelling characters and an intriguing plot. There are actually a lot of dull hours on the road and of course I didn’t want to write about those times.

How is your book different from other books in this genre? I believe Thumb Flagging would be categorized as a road adventure. It is different from other books in this genre because it deals with so many emotions from hate to love. It also deals with how to handle or accept these emotions by simply applying silly therapies to genuine that work if followed through with.

Where can people buy your book?; Amazon. Com; Barnes and Noble, Borders, and Goodreads. My blog also list many other online venues. My blog is

Are you working on another book? If so when do you expect it to be published? Yes. The first of 2010.

If you self published, what advice can you give to fellow writers?

If published traditionally, tell us how you benefited: I benefited by the overwhelming support and the ability of working with a publishing group that persuade people that I don’t see and go places I can’t.

Can you share one of your marketing successes with us? I don’t have any as of yet.

How did you find Allbooks Reviews and what are you hoping for in your relationship with us? A site I follow called, “The Verb”, passed on a list of book reviewers. Allbooks Reviews was basically at the top of the list. I was very impressed with the services that they offer.

Was the low cost a surprise? What other things would you like Allbooks Reviews to offer writers? Yes it was.

Thank you for this interview and best of luck with your book. You are welcome. And thank you.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Leviathan's Master: The Wreck of the World's Largest Sailing Ship

Genre: Historical Fiction

AUTHOR: David M. Quinn

Captain George W. Dow knows the sea from spending most of his life on ships in all types of weather. When his seven-masted sailing ship encounters several rough ocean storms in a row, both it and the crew are left more than tattered.

Dow knew the 400-foot schooner’s history and reluctantly accepted the post to transport over two million gallons of kerosene from the U.S. to London. The T.W. Lawson started its first, and last, transatlantic crossing in late 1907 with a small, hurriedly selected crew.

The tale of the largest sailing vessel’s ocean crossing is compelling at a very human level. The author weaves the survival tale of his great, great uncle with dialogue and descriptive historical facts to create a story that ebbs and flows as waves on an ocean. It is engaging and intriguing to be brought back in time for such an event, in such a personal way.

David M. Quinn was born in Tennessee and grew up in the Washington, D.C. area. His passion for genealogy led him to uncover remarkable stories within his family history. He shares the story of his great, great uncle Michael Quinn, in the historical novel, It May Be Forever - An Irish Rebel on the American Frontier, published in 2005.

In the annual USA Book News competition, Leviathan’s Master is a 2009 Award-Winning Finalist in the Historical Fiction category of the National Best Books Awards.

Leviathan’s Master is a highly recommended read for anyone interested in seafaring tales. It is gripping. Reviewer: Lisa Haselton, Allbooks Reviews.

Available through and other online venues.

Title: Leviathan’s Master: The Wreck of the World’s Largest Sailing Ship
Author: David M. Quinn
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 978-1-4401-5535-2
Pages: 110
Price: $10.95

Nov. 2009

Unintended Consequences

Genre: Memoirs/Self-Help/Personal Growth

Author: Bill Shaner

Bill Shaner was a successful businessman. Everything was going right in his life and he was living a successful life. That all changed when Shaner almost lost his life in a construction accident. He survived, only to be told that there was a 99% chance that he would never walk again. However, he defeated the odds by walking again, and piecing together his life after a tragedy that could have paralysed him, both physically and psychologically.

Shaner’s journey of recovery led him on a spiritual journey that pulled him out of a deep depression, where fear was his constant companion. He discovered (or re-discovered) spiritual truths, universal laws, and life lessons. These, and more, are shared in his book, Unintended Consequences. He writes his story in an easy-to-read manner, and includes his own insights and personal experiences of his transformation through tragedy.
Bill Shaner used the lessons learned from his own personal tragedy to help inspire others. Unintended Consequences is Shaner’s first novel. He currently lives in Florida.

For an inspirational read, Unintended Consequences is recommended by:
Margaret Orford, Allbooks Reviews.

Title: Unintended Consequences
Author: Bill Shaner
Publisher: Pantha Publishing
ISBN: 978-0-615-22766-5
Pages: 256 pages
Price: $13.99 US
Oct. 2009

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Dear Shirley,
I am writing to say thanks so much for the 2009 Allbooks Editors Choice award for 'WE ARE ALL ONE' in the Inspiration & Spirituality category. Since receiving your award there has been a noticeable increase in media interest in my work and I have been offered more radio and magazine interviews as well as creating a platform for a variety of other opportunities.

I was offered (and accepted) a publishing deal for my next book 'NAKED BEING', and I believe the Allbooks award of January 2009 played a significant role in that. My new book is published by O books and is due to be released in May 2010. It's already listed on

To any budding writers out there, I highly recommend the professional and honest services offered by Allbooks and can personally vouch for the prestige and media interest which an Allbooks award can bring.

Thanks again Shirley, and all the very best for the future,

In peace and love, Jonathan ( J.M.Harrison author of 'WE ARE ALL ONE' and 'NAKED BEING').
I thought I’d fill you in on Robert Fates journey since I reviewed for the first Baby Shark stories. He’s still writing and is as good as ever. A while ago he sent me a pre-release copy of Baby Shark: Jugglers At The Border. It was excellent and entertaining as well. I’m not sure if you have followed him but Juggler’s was his fourth in the series. What is more interesting is that the original Baby Shark –is now being made into a movie. Robert Fate is published by Capital Crime.
Shirley A. Roe has released her third and final historical fiction in the Whittaker Family series, Return to Whittakerville. Copies can be orderedfrom: or

Tip: As family and friends gather for the holiday season, pay attention to those stories and funny anecdotes. You might be able to use them in your next book! (Change the names, of course)

Allbooks Review Interview:
Please state your name and location. (city and State or Province, Country)

D. Wayne Dworsky
New York, New York, USA

Tell us the title and publisher of your book:

The Carpenter of Auguliere

Tell us about yourself:

I am an avid reader, writer, and reviewer

When was the book released?

The book was released August, 2006

Give us an overview of your book:

The Carpenter of Auguliere is the classic tale of good and evil, set in a far-away place in times past.

What inspired you to write this book?

The story came to me in a dream, driving me to recall tales my grandfather told from the “old” country.

How is your book different from other books in this genre?

Although my book is folklore, it has a modern aura.

Where can people buy your book?

The book is available from, Barns&, and from the distributor at

Are you working on another book? If so when do you expect it to be published?

I do have a sequel in mind, but it has not found its way to paper yet. However, I have another book, a sci-fi, which is complete and looking for a market.

If you self published, what advice can you give to fellow writers?

Seek out the internet and exploit its options.

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Can you share one of your marketing successes with us?

Best marketing strategy is direct mail.

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Thank you. And I am honored to have the opportunity to share my view on writing.

Allbooks Review wishes to thank all of the authors that have made this another banner year for us. We are here to help you make the most of your book. Wishing everyone a very happy, healthy and prosperous new year for 2010.