Drive Thru Deception: Liars Don’t Want You To Know These Bite Size Clues To Deceit by Laurie Ayers – Review and Interview

Drive Thru Deception: Liars Don’t Want You To Know These Bite Size Clues To Deceit by Laurie Ayers was published on December 5th, 2017 by Richard Reese. Improve personal relationships & professional exchanges with a proven technique to tell if someone is being deceptive. “Drive Thru Deception” is a handbook of how to uncover deception using words instead of body language. It is the ultimate pocket guide that liars don’t want you to have.

Through stories, humor, and dozens of practical tips, Deception Detection Analyst, Laurie Ayers, shows you a method to determine if someone is lying. Continue reading

Bounce: Learning to Thrive through Loss, Tragedy, and Heartache by Aaron Früh – Review

Bounce: Learning to Thrive through Loss, Tragedy, and HeartacheBounce: Learning to Thrive through Loss, Tragedy, and Heartache by Aaron Früh has an expected publication date of October 3rd, 2017 by Baker Books. Whether due to the loss of a job, home, or family member, the pressures of stress, or even feeling the weight of the world’s problems on our shoulders, it’s easy to get knocked down flat in life. And when that happens, we have two choices: we can give in to our difficult circumstances by embracing our feelings of resentment, disappointment, indecisiveness, and self-pity. Or we can learn how to bounce back stronger, wiser, and happier than before. Continue reading

Loving My Actual Christmas: An Experiment in Relishing the Season by Alexandra Kuykendall – Book Review

Loving My Actual Christmas: An Experiment in Relishing the SeasonLoving My Actual Christmas: An Experiment in Relishing the Season by Alexandra Kuykendall has an expected publication date of September 5th 2017 by Baker Books and is a Christian Living/Personal Growth Book. The Christmas season is a particularly difficult time for women to slow down and relish what’s right in front of them. An annual marker for many, it is a holiday that can often remind us how life is not going as we’d planned. Our family relationships remain strained, our finances stretched, and our schedules stuffed with too much to do in too little time. Following the formula of her successful Loving My Actual Life, Alexandra Kuykendall shares with readers her own personal experiment to be completely present in her life as it is during the holiday season. Addressing the themes of Advent and Christmas, she reflects on hope, love, joy, peace, and relishing the season, with practical pullouts on common Christmas stressors, such as finances, schedules, and extended family. Kuykendall’s signature candor helps women go easy on themselves, remember what truly matters, and find joy in their imperfect Christmases.  Continue reading