MAY 14, 2013
This evening I finished reading Leah Oviedo’s latest book, “How Will You Create Positive Change?” 4 Stars.
The author interviews several people about their volunteer work/non-profits (NPO) from topics such as the origin of the idea itself to tips for other humanitarian/entrepreneurial people. I enjoyed it so much that I actually used the resources listed to visit the individual websites/Facebook pages to get more information. Or simply to comment on that particular organization’s fantastic success or amazing idea.
Yesterday I finished reading the Rarities Unlimited series by Elizabeth Lowell. Loved the first one, as it was about manuscripts. Second, euh… not so much. The third one drew me in again so on I went to the last. Supposedly. The only problem is the the fourth one in the series never even mentioned the main shop or main characters. It merely had the same flavor. What a disappointment. Still a good book, mind you, but sorely lacking in being part of the ‘series.’ But according to her website I was misdirected and there is no “fourth” book in the series. You can read more detailed reviews on Goodreads (see my ‘bookshelf’ on home page.)
- (2002) (connected to the Donovans by secondary characters)
- (2003) (connected to the Donovans by secondary characters)
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