Welcome to the forty-first edition of the Book Review Blog Carnival. We have twelve entries in this edition.
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Casey Markee presents Top 12 Best Dragon Characters From TV, Movies & Books posted at Party 911 Blog – Tips, Tricks And Helpful Hints For Hosting A Great Party. CASEY MARKEE @ Party 911 Blog – Tips, Tricks And Helpful Hints For Hosting A Great Party:
|SHE SAYS: Check out this great piece on 12 popular dragon characters from TV, movies and books. Everything from the Dragon Tales TV series to Saphira from the Movie Eragon this piece will sate the appetite of even the most hardcore dragon lover.http://www.discountpartysupplies.com/blog/2010/03/25/top-12-best-dragon-characters/|
Persha Davis presents It’s Called A Breakup Because It’;s Broken (Book Review) : Dumped Days posted at Dumped Days.
Simona Rich presents 20 Best Self Growth Books That Will Change Your Life posted at Personal Development Blog. According to her: We need to read” these self growth books to improve your life and gain better understanding of wealth, success principles and health”.
SHE SAYS: Whether ancient or contemporary, liberal or conservative, promoting inward meditation or outward service, or even written by authors with different beliefs, these books have something to offer Christians looking to explore the history and components of their religion.
Steven germain presents Book Of The Week – Repeat Until Rich by Josh Axelrad posted at Rough Fractals.According to him:This book is a ” Chronical of the Blackjack wars….”
Now this is really interesting , this book is a fiction but can be read as a finance book too, so let’s just say, it’s a Finance-fiction….Jim presents Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edin Lefevre posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.
Want to get a hint, about the plot: Knee-deep in the mud of an ancient burial ground, a winter storm raging around him, and at least one person intent on his death: how did university lecturer Murray Watson end up here? A tale of literature, obsession and buried secrets that suggests that it’s perhaps best not to know too much about ones heroes.
|Darren presents The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John Bogle | Book Review | MORE than Finances posted at MORE than Finances. DARREN @MORE than Finances: The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John Bogle | Book Review | MORE than Finances: Finance & Self-Help: http://morethanfinances.com/the-little-book-of-common-sense-investing-john-bogle-book-review/|