Sue Ayers

Reviewer Sue Ayers: Sue  is a freelance writer residing in Richmond, VA.  She is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University where she received a bachelor’s degree in English. Ayers is a frequent contributor to many popular sites and also blogs about staying sane in a crazy world at her WEBSITE




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Author: Derek Pugh

ISBN: 9781742840802


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ISBN: 13: 978-0-7573-1550-3



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ISBN: 13: 978-1-55874-954-2



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ISBN: 9781884230172



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ISBN: 9781449957780



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ISBN: 978-0-425-23856-1

Author: Robert Jameson:

ISBN: 10: 1600374670:   ISBN: 13: 978-1600374678

In The Keys to Joy-Filled Living, Marriage and Family Therapist Robert Jameson provides insightful, useful and practical advice to help readers realize exactly what is blocking them from living happier lives.


Authors: Marc Cenedella and Matthew Rotenberg

ISBN: 978-1-935703-10-5


Author: Doug Warshauer

ISBN: 978-0-9844937-4-6

Doug Warshauer has found a unique and engaging way of providing relevant and timely information to folks who are wondering how their money keeps slipping through their fingers



Author: Dr. David Che

ISBN: 978-1-878398-26-0


Author: Ken Corday

ISBN-13: 978-1-4022-4222-9

As a long time Days fan (I saw my first show at age 14), this book was an enjoyable trip down memory lane allowing me to reminisce about the good old days of growing up with Bo and Hope and Kayla and Patch. The families of Days are so courageous and strong and, reading this book, it is no wonder


Author:Temra Costa
ISBN:-13-978-1-4236-0562-1

The information in this book is so critical to our health and to our earth.  I highly recommend that anyone who wants to learn more about the food they eat or who may have a small (or large) desire to change the world one farm at a time, pick up a copy of Farmer Jane


Author: Jay Block
ISBN:  978-0-07166328-1
Publisher:  McGraw Hill

I have recommended this book to so many people in my social circle already and can barely contain my excitement when I do so




Author: Ivan Bosanko
ISBN-13-978-1-58982-609-0

The Rubber Room exemplifies the era of the 1950s, especially how young people were coming into their own and breaking free of tradition and expectations.


Author:  Jackie Fullerton
ISBN: 978-0-9843815-0-0

The story is a fun and uncomplicated read - perhaps a good mystery to take to the beach


Author: J.M. Harrison
Publisher: O Books
ISBN-10: 1846943035




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