Monthly Archive: March 2016

Mar 31

THE HAPPINESS EQUATION IS THE BIBLE OF SELF HELP BOOKS!

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THE HAPPINESS EQUATION WRITTEN BY NEIL PASRICHA— Usually business and self help books are dull. Let’s face it, they are written to get points across, but authors do not realize they are in the entertainment industry. HELLO—that’s what writing a truly good book is about! Neil Pasricha gets it! He wrote an outstanding book packed …

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Mar 30

WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY: Good Thing Created From Horror Movie Real Life Slayings!

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WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY—- A Texas Dad who murdered his two little girls back in 2001 will be executed today. John Battaglia shot and killed his two daughters while they talked to their Mom on the phone. But a good thing was created after these horror movie slayings! The parents were estranged and had a history …

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Mar 28

HARD COLD WINTER: HURRY UP GET OUT OF THAT ROOM BEFORE HE FINDS YOU!

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HARD COLD WINTER WRITTEN BY GLEN ERIK HAMILTON—- Hard Cold Winter written by Glen Erik Hamilton is a get out of that room kind of book. It is filled with mystery, suspense, strong characters, espionage, nasty bad guys, killers and one guy that cares too much. Wrap it all up into one tight, neat package …

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Mar 28

MANSLICE MONDAY: ERIC TRUMP

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MANSLICE MONDAY—ERIC TRUMP—- I’ve been doing my best to stay out of the political arena on Momzinga.com. I have not written any political posts. But after seeing Donald Trump’s kids standing next to him in support of his run for the White House, I noticed how good looking all of his kids are. Donald Trump …

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Mar 22

Masterful Story of Suspense: She’s Not There Will Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat!

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SHE’S NOT THERE—- She’s Not There, written by acclaimed writer Joy Fielding is exactly what the press release says it is–” A pulse-pounding, edge-of-your-seat suspense novel, featuring the extraordinary storytelling gifts of bestselling author Joy Fielding.” This is exactly how I felt while reading She’s Not There. From the first word to the very last, …

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Mar 22

MANSLICE MONDAY: ZAC EFRON!

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MANSLICE MONDAY–ZAC EFRON—- Zac Efron has been acting every year since 2003 in at least two entertainment productions. Whether it is a TV show, or a movie or two , Efron has been a busy guy. He’s almost as talented as Justin Timberlake! Zac Efron who was only 16 when he started his acting/singing/dancing career …

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Mar 21

I’m Glad About You; A Book of Babble!

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IM GLAD ABOUT YOU BY THERESA REBECK— I’M GLAD ABOUT YOU is a very aggravating book to read. It never moves ahead. Theresa Rebeck does not have a resolution or have the characters grow emotionally. The author is a writer by trade but wrote a book of babble. It looks to me like she babbled …

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Mar 19

Visit An Old Friend in No Cats Allowed: A Fast Moving, Entertaining Mystery!

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NO CATS ALLOWED BY MIRANDA JAMES— No Cats Allowed was fast moving, but at a comfortable old Southern charm kind of style which radiated off each page. I felt like I was visiting an old friend. It was a comfortable read with a storyline that moves at a lightning quick pace. A lot happens in …

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Mar 17

Thinking Thursday: TEENS: Eat Your Veggies and Fruits: Fight off Breast Cancer!

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A Harvard study suggests that eating high fiber foods can reduce the risk of breast cancer. And it starts in the teen years! Women who chow down on more high-fiber foods during adolescence and young adulthood—especially fruits and veggies—have a lower risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new large-scale study from Harvard. Researchers …

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Mar 16

WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY: California Middle School Students Given Condoms!

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WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY—IS MIDDLE SCHOOL TOO EARLY TO GIVE KIDS CONDOMS? A big controversy is brewing in San Francisco after the city’s school board unanimously approved a proposal to give middle school students – ages 11 to 14 – access to condoms without parental approval. The decision has divided parents, some of whom say that …

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