Thursday, January 30, 2020

A Reason to Grieve by Mick Williams

A Reason to Grieve
Tom and Emma drift through life, both burdened with a heavy sense of grief.
Both have suffered devastating loss and have closed themselves off to the possibility of happiness. Then, at a funeral, their eyes meet and they feel something neither expected.

Supported by their quirky friends and a ‘right to the point’ pensioner, will they overcome their fears and find the solution to the pain within each other, or will they give up and go their separate ways?
In turns funny and sad, A Reason to Grieve is a romantic tale about two people fighting their feelings, about love and loss. And about funerals.
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Starting off strangely remorseful and desperate, this romantic comedy turns into a "thinker."
We get to know the main characters bit by bit, with curiosity and humor to keep the flow rolling forward.  Tom and Emma each have their own reasons for attending funerals, and not to remember or celebrate the life of the deceased.
Each of them also has a pair of close friends who they spend time with regularly, with whom they don't share their closest secrets. When Tom and Emma meet, at a funeral, do they recognize a kindred spirit?
Their first date is when they begin to plan a funeral for Doris, a client at Emma's hair salon. Not exactly a typical first date. Will it evolve into a relationship or cause more heartache for each of them? In the end, will it give each a reason to grieve?

Author Bio – Mick Williams moved from Stoke-On-Trent, England to Kentucky, USA. Then, after almost a decade, he moved back.
In between reading, writing and listening to good music he still watches proper football and, for his sins, follows his local team Port Vale. He does also still cheer for the Indianapolis Colts.
He was adopted by two cats, Crash and Thud, and resides with his patient wife in Staffordshire.

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Wednesday, January 29, 2020


Statue of Limitations (A Goddess of Greene St. Mystery) by Kate Collins


Statue of Limitations

Cozy Mystery 1st in Series
Publisher: Kensington (January 28, 2020) 
Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages 
ISBN-10: 149672433X
ISBN-13: 978-1496724335 
Digital ASIN: B07R8QWPTN

In this delightful new series by the New York Times bestselling author of the Flower Shop Mysteries, Athena Spencer comes back home to work with her crazy big Greek family at their garden center. But she never expected a return to her roots would mean protecting her family from murder . . . After her divorce, Athena has returned to coastal Michigan to work in her family’s garden center and raise her son, while also caring for a mischievous wild raccoon and fending off her family’s annoying talent for nagging. Working alone at the garden center one night, Athena is startled by a handsome stranger who claims to be the rightful owner of a valuable statue her grandfather purchased at a recent estate sale. But she has even bigger problems on her plate. The powerful Talbot family from whom her pappoús bought the statue is threatening to raze the shops on Greene Street’s “Little Greece” to make way for a condo. The recent death of the family’s patriarch already seemed suspicious, but now it’s clear that a murderer is in their midst. Athena will have to live up to her warrior goddess namesake to protect her family from a killer and save their community from ruin . . .

Athena thought she had married well when she moved to Chicago to follow her dreams. It was only as a last resort that she returned home to Michigan with her son when her marriage failed. Her mother is trying to pair her up with a suitable Greek man, her father has handed her a position in the family business and her Grandmother wants to fatten her up.  Life back home is safe and predictable. 

Until a greedy town resident wants to develop main street and demolish the established Greek shopping community. Athena is chosen to stand up to fight for the shopkeepers but finds herself fighting for her life.

A strong start with characters ripe with potential for growth. I look forward to seeing where this series will take us.

About Kate Collins

Kate Collins is the New York Times bestselling author of the Flower Shop Mystery series. 
After publishing numerous historical romances, Kate penned the long-running mystery series, three books of which were made into Hallmark movies starring Brooke Shields. 
An Indiana native, Kate graduated from Purdue University with a master's degree in education. 
When not growing roots at her computer, Kate loves to garden. Other passions include yoga, reading, spending time with family and friends, sampling great wines and fine dark chocolate, and enjoying every moment of life. 
Kate lives in Northwest Indiana and Key West, Florida. 
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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

The Breaking (Northern Witch #3) by K.S. Marsden

The Breaking (Northern Witch #3)
Mark thought being a witch would be easy, but it has ruined everything.

Now, he has to fight for his friends and the guy that he loves.

Which would be challenging enough, without school being a living nightmare; more demons than he can handle; and witches that have strayed from the light.

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Kelly S. Marsden grew up in Yorkshire, and there were two constants in her life - books and horses.
Graduating with an equine degree from Aberystwyth University, she has spent most of her life since trying to experience everything the horse world has to offer. She is currently settled into a Nutritionist role for a horse feed company in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
She writes Fantasy stories part-time. Her first book, The Shadow Rises (Witch-Hunter #1), was published in January 2013, and she now has several successful series under her belt.

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A Field Guide to Homicide (A Cat Latimer Mystery) by Lynn Cahoon

 A Field Guide To Homicide

Cozy Mystery 6th in Series 
Publisher: Kensington (January 28, 2020) 
Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages 
ISBN-10: 149671685X 
ISBN-13: 978-1496716859 
Digital ASIN: B07R9SXCQ8

Cat Latimer and her writer’s retreat group go on a hiking trip—but a murderer has been lurking off the beaten path . . .
Cat’s sweetheart, Seth, is going all out on an outing into the local mountains—for the benefit of the writing group Cat’s hosting at her Colorado B&B. But when they try to identify some plant and animal life, they find death instead. The body belongs to a man with a gold claim a few miles away. Instead of striking it rich, he’s been struck down.
To his surprise, Seth recognizes the victim from his military days—and up to now believed he’d already died during his last tour of duty. Now Cat has to solve this mystery before the killer takes a hike . . .''

 “We might have to have an intervention after the retreat on Sunday. If that brother of hers is causing trouble, we need to be a united front to make sure she knows that no is a complete sentence.”
He stood and refilled his bowl with soup. “I don’t think I’ve heard anything about a missing person lately, have you?”
Cat felt shocked at the quick change of subject, but she should have known that Seth was still thinking about the body they’d found on the hike.
“No, but that doesn’t mean anything. A lot of people live alone in those woods. I’m sure Uncle Pete’s going to be able to find out who it is quickly and get this solved. Or he will if he wants to see Shirley this week. Speaking of Shirley, can you pick her up tomorrow at the airport?”
“Already on my to-do list.” He grinned when Cat appeared surprised. “You’re not the only one your uncle talks to, you know.”
“That’s true.” Since they were talking so easily about so many things, Cat decided to dive in. “Tell me about your meeting Wednesday night. Will it be people from your group, or just everyone who was in the army who lives nearby?”
“We’re having a platoon reunion, so it will be people I was stationed with when I went over to Germany. A lot of the guys stayed in and got their retirement, so I’ll get crap for jumping after the first post.” He kept his head down as he ate his soup.
“I never understood why you left after four years. When we talked in high school, you were planning on making a career out of the service. Twenty years and done. You wanted to have it tattooed on your wrist.” Cat smiled at the memory.
He pushed the empty bowl away. “Seriously? You don’t know?”
Surprised, she shook her head. “Sorry, no clue.”
He stood and put the bowl and his plate in the sink. Then he grabbed a second sandwich and wrapped it in a napkin. Cat thought he was going to leave without telling her, but he paused at the door to the basement. “I left the service because that life was our dream, Cat. Yours and mine. When you married Michael, I quit.”
“Seth . . .”
“I’m going to stow the hiking stuff for the winter. I think the time’s past to plan anything now until spring comes along.” And with that he was gone.
Cat stirred what was left of her soup, but her appetite was gone. Had Seth gone into the service to start a new life for them? Had that been the plan all along? Cat remembered she’d been planning on teaching, hopefully at the college level. That’s why she’d applied for her master’s degree at Covington, along with the Oregon school where Seth had been stationed. Michael had convinced her to take the Covington offer, saying that it mattered where she got her degree, especially if she wanted to work at a good college. Michael, who had been her advisor, then her friend, her lover, and finally, her husband.
Had Seth had plans of a life together, even before she’d fallen in love with him?

Those who don't fit in, relationships that don't work out, past and present mingle in this latest 5 star read from author Lynn Cahoon.
Cat and Shauna are looking forward to another writer's retreat week, but this one feels different from the previous ones. Of the five writers, two sets are married couples, leaving the college student as a single. Brodie already arrives feeling a bit lost and alone.
Cat's boyfriend, Seth, has other things on his mind as well. His army platoon has scheduled a reunion, which brings up emotions about a time he doesn't talk about. To complicate that, when Seth has the group out on a hike, they discover the body of a goldminer, a man thought to be dead a decade before. Which puts a crimp into Uncle Pete's plans to spend time with his lady friend, whom he met through a previous writer's retreat.
And Shauna is feeling down about her brother. Down and used. She really wishes they could build a better relationship.
How can these various elements be woven together into a cohesive book? Lynn Cahoon does a superb job. This series never lets us down.

About Lynn Cahoon

Lynn Cahoon is the award-winning author of several New York Times and USA Today bestselling cozy mystery series.
  • Lynn Cahoon is the award-winning author of several New York Times and USA Today bestselling cozy mystery series. The Tourist Trap series is set in central coastal California with six-holiday novellas releasing in 2018–2019. She also pens the Cat Latimer series available in mass market paperback. Her newest series, the Farm to Fork mystery series, debuted in 2018. She lives in a small town like the ones she loves to write about with her husband and two fur babies. Sign up for her newsletter at
She lives in a small town like the ones she loves to write about with her husband and two fur babies.

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Monday, January 27, 2020

Dead Week (A Cassandra Sato Mystery) by Kelly Brakenhoff

Dead Week (A Cassandra Sato Mystery) by Kelly Brakenhoff

 Dead Week

Cozy Mystery 2nd in Series 
Setting - Nebraska 
Publisher: Emerald Prairie Press (December 7, 2019) 
Paperback: 322 pages 
ISBN-10: 1733742425 
ISBN-13: 978-1733742429 
Digital ASIN: B07ZHN2SMS

Will Dead Week kill Cassandra’s career?
VP of Student Affairs Cassandra Sato has a desk full of problems and it’s not even Thanksgiving break.
A student’s injury and a deaf advocacy project brings national media attention to underfunded Morton College.
Cassandra's new boss talks to her dead husband. Cassandra’s mentor thinks he’s a superhero in a senior citizen’s body. And Cassandra, recently moved from Hawai'i, can't crack the code of what to wear during November in Nebraska.
Is there more to the Vietnam-era story of a student's death? Cassandra's search for the long-buried truth stirs up the wrath of those who want to keep the past forgotten.

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KELLY BRAKENHOFF is an American Sign Language Interpreter whose motivation for learning ASL began in high school when she wanted to converse with her deaf friends. 
Her first novel, Death by Dissertation, kicked off the Cassandra Sato Mystery Series. 
She also wrote Never Mind, first in a children’s picture book series featuring Duke the Deaf Dog. 
She serves on the Board of Editors for the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf publication, VIEWs
. The mother of four young adults and two dogs, Kelly and her husband call Nebraska home.
Her first mystery, Death by Dissertation, released April 22, 2019.

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When We Say Goodbye by Michelle Vernal

When We Say Goodbye
Can you love when all seems lost?

Ellie Perkins life was right on track until her boyfriend Sam suffers a near-fatal car accident, leaving him in a coma and all their future plans in limbo.

Desperately in need of something to fix, Ellie has to find a project and when her grandparents old house is put up for sale, she jumps at the chance. Because, like Ellie, the house is broken. And if she can fix the house, then surely, it's just a matter of time before she and Sam are back on their path to happily-ever-after...
In life, when the worst happens how do you pick up the pieces?
A heart-breaking story of love, loss and the path to forgiveness, perfect for fans of Faith Hogan and Amanda Prowse. To be read with tissues

When We Say Goodbye is my seventh standalone novel and it’s also the most personal story I’ve written. It’s a book written with humour and warmth but also heartache. This is a novel I didn’t feel able to formulate for over twenty years although it was always there, waiting to be put down on paper. It was just too close to home and it took so long to move through all those raw emotions at the time that I had no wish to live through them again fictionally. This is also my only book set solely in Christchurch, New Zealand where I live. It’s a city that’s had a hard time in recent history something I touch on in the story. It’s also a story about a sudden and shocking loss. This was something I experienced myself when I was twenty-four years old.

It was an age when my life revolved around going out and having fun and, to be honest, not much else. A time when I had no responsibilities other than the old house my parents had loaned me the money to put a deposit down on for. I thought nothing bad would ever happen in my world and then it did.  My on again, off again boyfriend killed himself. It wasn’t intentional in so much as he made a bad choice at a party unbeknown to me by taking LSD and experienced paranoia so bad, he decided to throw himself off a roof.  He was twenty-five and I was there along with his mother when he did it. It destroyed his small family and took away my ability to believe that things would always work out okay in the end.
In hindsight I didn’t deal with grief graciously. I drank way too much each time I went out but someone was watching over me because I got through what was, without a doubt, the worst year in my life.  The old house, I’d not long moved into was a life saver in so much as it had given me roots. I couldn’t just pack up and move somewhere, anywhere but where I was. My folks had trusted me with their hard-earned money not to let them down and it was that trust that kept me going to work, repaying my loan and day by day moving through the shock of what had happened. It was a process that had to happen and running away would not have allowed it to. Then, a year later I met Paul and the sun came out. We’ve been married eighteen years next February and have two gorgeous sons.
Don’t get me wrong though When We Say Goodbye is not a relaying of what happened when I was younger. This book revolves around Ellie, a young woman whose life changes forever when her boyfriend winds up on life support after a car accident. It’s her journey through grief with scenes in the story where I’ve pulled from my own experiences of it. Ellie immerses herself in fixing a broken house and in doing so catches a glimpse of light at the end of the dark tunnel she’s found herself in because there’s always light at the end of the tunnel, it’s called hope.
This is a tale that I hope will make you cry but also laugh because as Ellie says at the start of the book, ‘Life can be cruel and it can be unfair, but you know what? Sometimes it can be wonderful.’

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Michelle Vernal loves a happy ending. She lives with her husband and their two boys in the beautiful and resilient city of Christchurch, New Zealand. She’s partial to a glass of wine, loves a cheese scone, and has recently taken up yoga—a sight to behold indeed. She writes books that she hopes make you feel you are curled up with your best friend having a cosy chat.
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Saturday, January 25, 2020

A Winter Wedding at the Little Duck Pond Cafe by Rosie Green

A Winter Wedding 
at the Little Duck Pond Café

With Zak and Ellie’s wedding day approaching, there's high excitement in the pretty village of Sunnybrook, especially among the Little Duck Pond Café crew. Ellie is over the moon with her romantic surprise wedding gift from Zak, and Madison is promising to organise a hen party to remember. Everyone has high hopes for a magical Christmas Eve wedding celebration at gorgeous Brambleberry Manor. (Even Maisie-Moo has a sparkling new outfit.)

But sometimes, even the best-laid plans can go wrong. And with the journey to the altar turning out to be rockier than expected, it’s going to take nothing short of a Christmas miracle to ensure a happy ending . .
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The days leading up to a wedding should be the most joyous but can be the most stressful of a woman's life.  Normally the focus is all on the bride, occasionally on the groom, but being the tiny village of Sunnybrook, where everyone has something to do with everyone else, and the Little Duck Pond Cafe is the hub of all goings on, this book showcases how everyone is affected by this special week. The book opens with a wedding, just not Ellie and Zak's main affair. 
It sets a playful tone before the drama that is to come.
What follow are individual alternating chapters with viewpoints of the worries of each village resident in the bridal party. Tough issues are faced, such as infertility, dementia, being accepted and more. Lines are crossed and tangled as the days to the wedding march ever closer. A confession must be made. Feelings may be hurt. Secrets are being kept!
Will Zak and Ellie make it to the alter and celebration?

Fans of this series will not be disappointed.

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Rosie has been scribbling stories ever since she was little.

Back then, they were rip-roaring adventure tales with a young heroine in perilous danger of falling off a cliff or being tied up by 'the baddies'.

Thankfully, Rosie has moved on somewhat, and now much prefers to write romantic comedies that melt your heart and make you smile, with really not much perilous danger involved at all - unless you count the heroine losing her heart in love.

Rosie's brand new series of novellas is centred around life in a village cafe. The latest, 'Bonfires & Hot Chocolate at the Little Duck Pond Cafe', is out now.

Watch out for 'A Winter Wedding at the Little Duck Pond Cafe', which will be published in December 2019.

Rosie is also writing a full-length, standalone book for Christmas 2019, entitled 'Snowflakes over Moondance Cottage', which will be out in November.

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Friday, January 24, 2020

DECONSTRUCTING ANXIETY: The Journey from Fear to Fulfillment

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Book Title: DECONSTRUCTING ANXIETY The Journey from Fear to Fulfillment by Todd E. Pressman, PhD
Category:  Adult Non-Fiction (18+) (336 pages)
Genre:  Self-Help/How To
Publisher:  Rowman & Littlefield
Release date:  January 2020
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Content Rating: PG

Book Description:
In Deconstructing Anxiety, Pressman provides a new and comprehensive understanding of fear's subtlest mechanisms. In this model, anxiety is understood as the wellspring at the source of all problems. Tapping into this source therefore holds the clues not only for how to escape fear, but how to release the very causes of suffering, paving the way to a profound sense of peace and satisfaction in life.
With strategically developed exercises, this book offers a unique, integrative approach to healing and growth, based on an understanding of how the psyche organizes itself around anxiety. It provides insights into the architecture of anxiety, introducing the dynamics of the “core fear” (one's fundamental interpretation of danger in the world) and “chief defense” (the primary strategy for protecting oneself from threat). The anxious personality is then built upon this foundation, creating a “three dimensional, multi-sensory hologram” within which one can feel trapped and helpless.
Replete with processes that bring the theoretical background into technicolor, Deconstructing Anxiety provides a clear roadmap to resolving this human dilemma, paving the way to an ultimate and transcendent freedom. Therapists and laypeople alike will find this book essential in helping design a life of meaning, purpose and enduring fulfillment.

Todd Pressman Author of
Deconstructing Anxiety

Todd E. Pressman, Ph.D.

There is a new discipline in the field of psychology called “Spiritual Emergency”.  This phrase, coined by Stanislav Grof, M.D., refers to those experiences where a more expanded state of awareness—what we will call a “spiritual” experience—creates anxiety, depression or some other sort of turmoil.  The term “emergency” is meant as a double entendre: One is both emerging into a higher state of awareness and undergoing an emergency at the same time.  For without proper guidance and understanding, the spiritual emergency can indeed lead to anxiety attacks, depression, confusion and crisis.

Grof's purpose in defining such a term was to help those undergoing spiritual emergency to realize that there is a different way to understand and work with these experiences, rather than submitting to the diagnosis of a pathological “break” from reality and being treated with suppressant medication.

But this leaves us with an important question: How are we to know the difference between a true spiritual emergency, an evolution to a higher level of being, and a pathological break disguised as such?

The “perennial philosophy”, with its powerful framework for understanding both the mind and the nature of reality, answers this question.  If all our experiences boil down to either fear or Love (to use the language of “A course in miracles”, for example), and fear is an illusion while only Love is ultimately real, then those “spiritual” experiences which come from fear are not truly spiritual but illusory.  Only those experiences which are fueled by Love can be trusted as authentic.

As a psychologist I can translate this in the terms of my clinical experience.  If a patient or client that I'm working with claims to be having a spiritual awakening but ends up feeling less “integrated” as a result—less effective in their ability to function and accomplish their goals, less at peace, less joyous—then I know my job is to help him or her work through the fear behind the experience.  With a successful working through, whatever spiritual feeling is left can be counted on as trustworthy.

Helen Schucmann, the “scribe” of A course in miracles, thought she was having delusions when an “inner Voice” first began dictating the material of the Course to her.  Only with the support of her colleague William Thetford could she trust that perhaps these were not delusions but transmissions form a high Source.  The validation that this was so is apparent to anyone who has opened the Course and seen its beauty, profundity and power to heal.  This is certainly not the work of a delusional mind!

Sigmund Freud, while in the early stages of his work, often wondered whether the journeys into his own unconscious were not, in fact, journeys into madness.  With enormous courage, at a time when no one else could show him the way, he pursued his path and ultimately came to resolution.  That this was an authentic resolution was signified in two ways: First, his inner conflict disappeared as he, second, developed a clarity and awareness that he didn't have before.  This awareness, of course, became the foundation for psychoanalysis, the first real map of the unconscious.  Its effectiveness as a model and the demonstration that his was a true, we may say “spiritual” journey, is further validated by the countless numbers of people who have been helped by it.

Again, however, it is important, even crucial, that we not assume something is a spiritual experience without discerning whether fear or Love is motivating it.  An associates of mine once worked with someone suffering from Bipolar Disorder, popularly known as Manic-Depressive Disorder.  During a Manic episode, this person believed she heard a voice telling her to “trust in her higher self” and drive down the road at 100 miles per hour while letting go of the steering wheel.  Even though seriously injured from the accident which followed, she still maintained that it was, in fact, a higher voice directing her.  This is clearly not a spiritual emergency, even though the woman had a strong spiritual life which, under different circumstances, served her well.

There are also experiences which have elements of both spiritual awakenings and psychopathological expressions.  I am presently working with someone who has Dissociative Identity Disorder, formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder.  This woman has an indomitable spirit and her faith and spiritual experiences are quite real.  Nevertheless, she suffered horrendous abuses as a child, causing her to “split off” into many personalities as a necessary survival strategy.  Our therapy has been a matter of helping her heal this split, integrating these separate selves into a unified whole.  As her pathology clears up, she then spontaneously moves into the spiritual experience where other aspects of herself, non-pathological, become integrated into a more unified whole.

The integration of all parts of ourselves and all aspects of reality, it can be fairly said, is the goal of any good path of healing and growth.  According to the perennial philosophy, we all split off from ourselves, for originally we sprang from a unified Ground of Being.  Even traditional psychology understands that the many people that seem to be populating the planet represent different aspects of ourselves and of the whole “person” that is humanity.  Our goal, then, in undergoing our own spiritual emergence, is to move through the fear that had us split off in the first place, to join with each other in the expression of love, and ultimately return to the unified and integrated sense of Self we were originally created to be.


About the Author:
TODD E. PRESSMAN, Ph.D., is a psychologist dedicated to helping people design lives of fulfillment. He is the founder and director of Logos Wellness Center and Pressman and Associates Life Counseling Center. An international speaker and seminar leader, he has presented at the Omega Institute, the New York Open Center, and numerous professional conferences, including the prestigious Council Grove Conference, sponsored by the Menninger Foundation. He has written dozens of articles, educational programs, and two highly acclaimed books, Radical Joy: Awakening Your Potential for True Fulfillment and The Bicycle Repair Shop: A True Story of Recovery from Multiple Personality Disorder. He earned his doctorate in psychology from the Saybrook Institute and an undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania, has studied under renowned leaders in the Consciousness movement and Gestalt therapy, and has traveled around the world to study the great Wisdom traditions, from Zen Buddhism to fire-walking ceremonies, providing a cross-cultural perspective of the extraordinary capacities of the mind and spirit. He makes his home in Philadelphia.
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