Monthly Archives: September 2016

Violent Loss Resources Newsletter, October 1, 2016

Originally posted on Survivors of Violent Loss:
Violent Loss Resources Newsletter, October 1, 2016 Topic of the Month:  Victim Impact, Justice & Unsolved Cases Question of the Month: What mistake do you want to help others avoid? News:  Hotline/Chatline crime…

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Book Review: Wounded Warrior, Wounded Wife Offers Hope and Inspiration

In Wounded Warrior, Wounded Wife: Not Just Surviving But Thriving, by Barbara K. McNally, you will meet wives and partners who drew upon their inner resiliencies and prevailed when faced with daunting challenges. Each of these military spouses shares an … Continue reading

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UK Vanity Publishers Austin Macauley & Pegasus in Horrible Bait-And-Switch

Rebloggng comments of David Gaughran.

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Book Review: “Eden” Fresh Spin on “Intelligent Design.”

“If this is Paradise, how bad could Hell be?” Summary: In Eden: A Sci-Fi Novella by Martin Roy Hill, an American army patrol is sent to investigate ancient ruins in Iraq. When an enemy mortar shell blasts an opening into … Continue reading

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