Welcome to the March 18, 2007 edition of Books Carnival.
Michelle Mitchell presents scribbit: The Midnight Disease | A Blog About Motherhood in Alaska posted at scribbit.
Lyn Perry presents a book review of Wild at Heart, Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul posted at Thought Renewal, saying, “The purpose of Thought Renewal is to interact with and glean truths from the genre of self-help. By posting various book reviews I want to help readers “help themselves” to the truth that God makes available through such resources. SDG”
GrrlScientist presents Another Day in the Frontal Lobe posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “Katrina Firlik writes the story of her residency as she became America’s first female neurosurgeon.”
Charles H. Green presents American Secret posted at Trust Matters, saying, “To some, The Secret is deeply spiritual—to others, egregious hucksterism. To some, it’s a rich message of empowerment—to others, a setup for disappointment. But mostly, it’s a classic American blending of upbeat self-reliance with the promise of material success.”
CapeTownDissentator presents Buy the Book, Kid: A Man Without a Country posted at The Dissentators, saying, “The first of The Dissentators’ “Buy the Book, Kid” reviews is on Kurt Vonnegut’s A Man Without a Country.”
mamakelly presents The Body Sacred – a Wiccan take on self-esteem – by Dianne Sylvan posted at A Blog of Two Witches.
GrrlScientist presents Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted): God: The Failed Hypothesis posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “by Victor Stenger, this book examines how science reveals that God does not exist.”
new book release
Jack Yoest presents The New Book by Dan Gilgoff posted at Reasoned Audacity, saying, “When the rumors of the book’s release were confirmed with a book party invite, we righteous-right, Jesus-loving good-guys were nervous.
But there is a happy ending. **(note from Charmaine: haven’t finished the book yet!)
Charmaine and Your Business Blogger were invited to a new-book celebration at Chef Geoff’s in Your Nation’s Capital. Food, wine and wisdom. Some serious crab cakes.”
LolaLondon presents 1. Tell me a story, Jackanory… posted at L’undone, saying, “Here is a tale of high-weirdness, big love, cyber-crime and the mutual insane obsession of two people that never even met. This blog is the true story of how it happened.”
gid won our contest and will be receiving a copy of Mother in the Middle”
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