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Famous Faces Decoded

Title: Famous Faces Decoded
Author: Dan Hill
Publisher: Sensory Logic Books
ISBN: 978-0-9997416-2-3

“Facial coding provides a strong, viable opportunity to gauge others through the actions evident on their faces, and on-going usage will make the tool even sharper in your own hands,” Dan Hill writes in his book, Famous Faces Decoded: A Guidebook to Reading Others.

~ What ~
This 215-page paperback targets those interested in celebrities and how their facial expressions show their emotions. After several pages of review accolades, a table of contents, and introduction, the book is divided into three parts, followed by an epilogue.

While covering a myriad of well-known personalities who include actors, athletes, politicians, musicians, and more, the book dissects seven core emotions of celebrities using facial coding. The first section approaches anger, happiness, and sadness while the second part spurns contempt and disgust; the final part covers reactive emotions such as surprise and fear. The first two parts include flash portraits of family, romance, and parallel careers, and the book ends with a chapter on lying, a chart of emotions, comprehensive results, notes and sources, celebrity index, acknowledgments, author’s biography, and additional information.

~Why ~
With 23 facial muscle movements, we each reveal consciously and unconsciously our emotional reactions. I like that the author has done extensive research to find out the emotional why, what, and how of 173 famous individuals. I enjoyed perusing the top ten celebrity lists of the most and least of these emotions and how others perceived the individuals compared to their actual behavior or rare showings. I found the four forms of the seven emotions engaging, while the portrait comparisons intriguing.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not care about the emotions of famous faces will not be interested in this book as it segregates celebrities into different lists. Some may not like that there are no celebrity photographs or facial charts of them showing emotions. Others may feel several of the examples of the same woman’s features overlap and look identical. I found book’s theme contains more of the celebrities’ actions and words, not their facial movements. Thus anyone could come to the same conclusion of their emotional status without using facial coding.

~ Wish ~
I feel the book could be titled Famous People’s Emotions Decoded as there is little reference to actual facial muscles of the celebrities. Instead, it includes an abundance of quotes or stories about them.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a book that categorizes the emotions of many well-known people into different groups and also has pictures of one woman’s different emotional facial features as tell-all examples, this may be a decent read, but I kept waiting to see portrayed the glint in the eye of a shady politician, a pouted frown of a talented musician, or raised eyebrows of a favorite actor.

Thank you to Bookpleasures and the author for this complimentary book I am under no obligation to review.

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Road Rules for Retirement

Road Rules for Retirement: Set Your Destination Enjoy The JourneyTitle: Road Rules for Retirement
Author: Mark Fried
Publisher: Advantage Media Group
ISBN: 978-1-59932-797-6

“A Wealth Strategy anticipates problems before they happen, provides answers to questions beyond just what asset allocation you should use, and always keeps you on track,” Mark Fried writes at the beginning of his book, Road Rules for Retirement: Set Your Destination & Enjoy the Journey.

~ What ~
This one-hundred-and-seventy-four-page hardbound targets those planning or getting ready to retire from work. After acknowledgments, a preface, introduction, and word of caution, it contains ten chapters, ending with a conclusion and wealth strategy checklist. With a few black and white photographs and charts, each chapter ends with questions to consider.

An expert in the financial services industry, the writer purports that there are specific post-retirement strategies that can be enacted to enjoy a less stressed-out lifestyle when one is no longer employed. Covering topics such as considering how to take disbursements of pensions or tax shelters, Social Security, and savings accounts, it also discusses tax ramifications, life and long-term insurance, and creating a legacy. The last chapter promotes using the author and his team at TFG Wealth Management to aid in the retirement process.

~ Why ~
I like that this book advocates one should be aware of what is ahead when retirement approaches. Since my husband and I are to retire next year, we already know the tax laws if cashing in on IRAs, TSAs, and pensions. I appreciate the details regarding these three avenues of income in the book and how taxes should be considered.

~ Why Not ~
While the book is well-written, there is plenty of the writer’s personal experiences and touting of his wealth management strategies that surpass all others, especially since he approaches it supposedly differently. There is little dialogue of downsizing a home for income or suggestions of what to do with savings accounts that have already been taxed (except for any interest earned). I found the promotion of long-care insurance a sales pitch, while it also noted to buy a large over-priced life insurance policy if your spouse is ill and use it to offset the taxes when your loved one passes and your status changes from joint to single.

~ Wish ~
While reading this book, I felt it was a written infomercial to contact Mark and use his services as they are better than any financial advisor’s. Since I did not learn anything new (except for the life insurance trick), I wish it had charts to fill out for tracking instead of simplistic questions to ask.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a wealth management advisor, you may want to take advantage of contacting the writer to get a free “second opinion” consultation, but, sorry, I was not too impressed with this book. Not knowing the future, I wonder what the best strategy for the money we have accumulated over the years is, so most likely my best option is to continue to trust God for guidance as I keep reading any material about retirement that is available to me.

Thanks to News & Experts and Bookpleasures for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

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Surviving ‘Uncle Hitler’

Surviving 'Uncle Hitler': Journey of a German GirlTitle: Surviving ‘Uncle Hitler’
Author: Dorothea Wollin Null
Publisher: First Steps Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-937999-49-2

“Because we never knew what the next day would bring, my fears became an integral part of my life,” Dorothea Wollin Null confesses in her autobiography, Surviving ‘Uncle Hitler’: Journey of a German Girl.

~ What ~
This one-hundred-and-twenty-one-page paperback is an autobiography of the life of a young girl who was born and raised in Germany when Hitler rose to power. With no profanity, a few adult situations and topics on war may not be appropriate for immature readers. The beginning includes acknowledgments and a foreword and brief biography on Adolf Hitler with the ending having an afterword and suggested reading.

Dorothea Wollin Null was born in 1936, and she lived to tell about being homeless, starving, and a Fremma in her own country as she and her family moved to escape Allied bombings, live in refugee camps, and go to school as an outsider. The now-eighty-plus-year-old woman conveys her childhood was racked with fear, the inability to speak, loss of memory, and state of shock while living with a severe attachment disorder. As she explains her birth to being an eighteen-year-old who comes to America, she expresses the lessons learned as a child, parental observances, and how God’s constant provision kept her and her family safe.

~ Wish ~
Because the book only covers the first twenty years of the writer’s life, it is abrupt and leaves the reader wondering what happened to her the next sixty-plus years as it is so vague. I struggled with the written sectional format that lacked depth and emotion. Had she concentrated on several highlighted accounts of her life and went into greater detail, it would be a more engaging read.

~ Want ~
This book that focuses on a young German girl’s perspective of living in Germany during World War II to fleeing to America is a quick read that perhaps those who know her or have heard her speak would be more inclined to enjoy.

Thanks to BookCrash, First Steps Publishing, and the author for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

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Unshakeable

Title: Unshakeable
Author: Christine Caine
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 978-0-310-09067-0

“… if we have Christ in us – if we have the kingdom of God within us – because with Christ and in Christ, we can have unshakeable faith,” Christine Caine writes in the introduction to her book, Unshakeable: 365 Devotions for Finding Unwavering Strength in God’s Word.

~ What ~
At four-hundred pages, this hardbound meant to be read daily throughout a year reminds readers how much God is our strength, our rock, and our shelter. Using mainly the New International Version of the Holy Bible, it also references the NLT, MSG, NKJV, NASB, AMP, ESV, and NRSV. It has an attached marker ribbon.

With each date in the year and title at the top of the page, a written Bible verse follows with several paragraphs about the stated topic. A short prayer is at the bottom of each page, and the ending includes seven lined blank pages for notes.

~Why ~
This book would be good for those who need encouragement in their daily walk with Christ as they focus on having a faith in God that is impossible to change, shake, or beat down. I like the shortness of the day’s reading. Another plus is that both Old and New Testament verses are provided. Having a prayer helps end the devotion.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not believe in Jesus Christ as their savior may not appreciate this book. With about a quarter of the daily readings containing personal experiences and opinions of the author, the book may not be something for those who only want a devotional about God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. A devotional should not take the place of reading the Scriptures on an ongoing basis.

~ Wish ~
I have issues with devotionals that mention the author’s personal information such as this one that discusses her being adopted, having knee surgery, buying a flashlight for her daughter, ordering an egg cracker, traveling internationally, and having a miscarriage to name a few subjects. I know this is her way of correlating the topic to the Bible. However, to me, the book becomes the writer’s personal journal or devotional, so I find it hard to relate it to my relationship with Christ. I wish it were centered on more Bible instead of one’s viewpoint.

~ Want ~
If you like devotionals that contain an individual’s perspective, this may be of interest to you, but I am sorry, I find this one detracts from my daily Scripture reading.

Thanks to BookLookBloggers for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

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God’s Wisdom for Women

God's Wisdom For WomenTitle: God’s Wisdom for Women
Authors: Patricia Miller and Rachel Gorman
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 978-0-8010-1948-7

“Contentment comes from knowing and accepting that God is in control,” Patricia Miller and Rachel Gorman write in one of the topics of their book, God’s Wisdom for Women: Topical Scripture and Encouragement.

At two-hundred-and-eighty-eight pages, this spiral-bound paperback is for women seeking Biblical support as they experience sadness, longing, and loneliness along with life-altering challenges. Using mainly the English Standard Version of the Holy Bible, also referenced are the GNT, MSG, NASB, NET, NIV, NKJV, and NLT. After a table of contents and introduction, the seven sections are followed by six appendices and notes.

The book’s seven chapters cover knowing God, encouragement, lifestyle, daily struggles, relationships, difficult challenges, and sexuality. Each of the fifty-two topics has a title followed by a short paragraph and several description sections that correlate to Bible verses that are written out. Interspersed are quotes from famous people and highlighted anchor icons of hope. There are bullet points of practical living as well as recommended reading at the end.

~Why ~
I appreciate books that search the Scriptures instead of societal norms, and this one geared toward women helps them with struggles and difficulties. The layout of collected topics that cover three to seven pages each are succinct and to the point with Biblical answers for guidance and support. Some random topics are How to Know God, Self-Worth, Social Media, Difficult Memories, Communication, Abortion Recovery, and Marital Sex.

One example is on contentment which is the assurance God is in control. By relying on God no matter what, accepting His control, and knowing He created us, we are reminded contentment is a choice, especially regarding material possessions, even when others have more than us. Verses are from Psalms, Isaiah, Jeremiah, 2 Corinthians, Philippians, Hebrews, and I Timothy. Quotes are by Shauna Niequist and John Piper. Six suggestions to become more content with five recommended readings complete the topic.

~ Why Not ~
Some women may not like all the Bible verses noted, but these are the true crux of going to God and His Word to solve a problem or situation. Others may want more personal stories added, but I feel that would distract from the book being a topical guide that one could locate an issue and quickly read what God says about it.

~ Wish ~
I wish all pronouns of God were capitalized for reverence.

~ Want ~
If you appreciate topical field study guides that are backed up solely with Scripture, this is a great go-to book. However, due to its limitation, it should be read along with the Bible.

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Love Welcome Serve

Title: Love Welcome Serve
Author: Amy Nelson Hannon
Publisher: Center Street
ISBN: 978-1-4789-9291-2

“I hope to encourage you to … tune your heart to hear others’ needs and respond with a pot pie at their door,” Amy Nelson Hannon challenges in her cookbook, Love Welcome Serve: Recipes that Gather and Give.

~ What ~
At two-hundred-and-fifty-six pages, this hardbound targets those interested in food recipes while focusing on hospitality. With half to full-page full-color photographs, it covers breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as appetizers and desserts to share or give to others.

After an introduction and advice on ingredients and kitchen/pantry supplies, the over one-hundred recipes are divided into seven sections that include bites, salads, meats and main meals, casseroles, sides, drinks, and sweets. The ending has a list of recipes that gather and give, acknowledgments, two indexes, and the author’s biography.

With the majority of the recipes having a photograph of the completed dish, each begins with the serving size followed by the title and a short backstory. The ingredients are listed in used order on the right side of a page with the directions on the left in paragraph form, sometimes covering up to two pages and adding a short note.

~ Why ~
While the writer has been a pastor’s wife and is a store owner, she promotes opening one’s home to others, connecting with people over a meal, and showing hospitality through giving delicious dishes to others. The meals target simple, crowd-pleasing, and comfort recipes to share.

A few of the interesting dishes include Peppadew and Pesto Crostini, Anytime Slaw, Sunday Red Beans and Rice, Roast Beef Cobbler, Bacon and Brown Sugar Collards, Comeback Sauce, and Hello Dolly Brownies.

~ Why Not ~
Some may be disappointed that there are not photographs of every completed dish, so one does not know what the finished product looks like. Others may prefer less of the author’s personal commentary and pictures.

~ Wish ~
I wish each recipe included the preparation time to make the dish plus caloric content for those who are conscientious of their diet.

~ Want ~
This is a good cookbook of recipes for those who need a quick go-to dish to make at home or give to a family or person in need. Having reviewed a plethora of recipe books, I found it lacked some key features that I find important when making a meal.

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Devotions from the Mountains


                            Devotions from the Mountains
                 ...Title: Devotions from the Mountains
Author: Lisa Ham
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 978-0-7180-8685-5

“O Lord, thank You for Your shelter in the storm. I need it! I rest in You,” Lisa Ham writes as a prayer overlapping a photograph in her book, Devotions from the Mountains.

~ What ~
At two-hundred-twenty-four hundred pages, this hardbound book targets those who love the mountains as they relate to God. Using mainly the New International Version of the Holy Bible, also referenced are the AMP, ESV, KJV, and NASB. A green ribbon marker is attached.

After an ownership page and table of contents, this book contains ninety devotions, each one being one to one to five pages with beautiful full-color photographs of mountains, streams, lakes, trees, and wildlife scenes. Beginning with a title and written Bible verse underneath it, several paragraphs relate to the topic regarding mountainous nature. A short prayer ends each chapter.

~Why ~
I appreciate devotionals that have little information about the author but focus on God in nature, and this book does that. The stories are brief and to the point, correlating to God and His grace, love, beauty, and creativity. Old and New Testament verses are included.

A favorite was Motorboats and Canoes with the verse of Matthew 11:28-30 written out. The discussion is about the differences in types of the boats and their uses, mentioning how we zip along in life on a motorboat but need rest and quiet a canoe offers. The writer challenges the reader to seek similar peace in prayer and meditation. The prayer thanks God for rest and His kindness and gentleness.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ may not want to get a book that focuses on getting closer to the Almighty. Others may wish there were more than ninety devotions included. I found the devotions are not in depth.

~ Wish ~
With the stunning photographs throughout the book, it draws away from the writing, so I may be one of the few that wish there were less artwork if it is meant to be more of a devotional than a gift book. Since I live in the Pacific Northwest and recognize some of the mountain ranges, I wish the photographs’ locations were labeled.

~ Want ~
If you like devotionals with beautiful photographs and short reading, this is an excellent choice for someone who loves the outdoors and mountains. It would make a beautiful addition to a cabin or bed-and-breakfast bookcase or bedside table.

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The Daily Question

The Daily Question: My Five-Year Spiritual JournalTitle: The Daily Question
Publisher: Waterbrook
ISBN: 978-0-7352-9081-5

“This keepsake daily journal prompts you to record what is happening in your heart and spirit,” the back jacket states in the book by Waterbrook, The Daily Question: My 5-Year Spiritual Journal.

~ What ~
This three-hundred-and-eighty-four-page hardbound targets those devoted to daily writing in a small book that covers a five year period. Being compact, it can easily be carried in a purse or briefcase or set on a small table. It has a sturdy cover with gold-painted accents, and a gold ribbon is attached for marking a spot.

After a title page with a place to write in the owner’s name, every date in a calendar year has a dedicated page. At the top of the page is the numbered day of the month on the outside pages’ edges.

Each day contains a short question the reader is asked and spaces to fill in below that cover four lines per each year for five years. Example topics of the fifth day of each month include:

January: When was the last day you cried?
February: What can you do to expand your cultural awareness or experiences?
March: What are you tired of hearing?
April: Which fruit of the Spirit would your coworkers or friends say you most embody (See Galatians 5:22-23.)
May: What’s something you’re avoiding?
June: What happened recently that you are proud of or happy about?
July: How have you seen God’s glory in nature recently?
August: What action did you take today to show someone love?
September: What do you have trouble believing God can do?
October: Today I needed more _____?
November: What was the last thing that brought you joy?
December: What Bible verse helps you get through hard times?

~ Why ~
The concept of focusing on one’s spiritual journey over five years is interesting and helpful for a journal writer. This book may be beneficial for those who want one location to pen thoughts, memories, and feelings throughout the years by looking back at the past and recalling its contents.

~ Why Not ~
Some of the questions are quirky, superficial, or mundane, yet some of the more thought-provoking ones may help the reader to write down his or her thoughts, expectations, or dreams. With only four lines that are close together to write, there is limited space. Many of the questions do not relate to God.

~ Wish ~
Since the book supposedly is about one’s spiritual stance, it would be more helpful if a Bible verse was given and a question asked about it instead of random questions that sometimes have nothing to do with spirituality.

~ Want ~
This book would make a nice gift for the writer or young person who enjoys being stimulated to keep track every day of happenings, emotions, or feelings when asked and see how he or she has evolved throughout time. However, it did not do much for me.

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Is This the End?

Is This the End?: Signs of God's Providence in a Disturbing New WorldTitle: Is This the End?
Author: Dr. David Jeremiah
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 978-0-7852-1628-5

“Though it may seem that things are spinning out of control, God has not abandoned us,” Dr. David Jeremiah writes in his book, Is This the End?: Signs of God’s Providence in a Disturbing New World.

~ What ~
This two-hundred-and-forty-page paperback targets those interested in the end times involving America and the world’s ending with the Biblical Rapture and Tribulation. Using mainly the New King James Version of the Holy Bible, the NIV, NLT, and The Message are also referenced. Due to topics of suffering, torture, war, and death, it may not be appropriate for immature readers.

After an introduction, the book contains ten chapters on the topic, ending with acknowledgments, notes, and author’s biography. Divided into two sections, the first half has five chapters discussing America’s decline with topics of immorality, immigration, intolerance, apathy, and praying for a spiritual revival. The second part dissects the isolation of Israel, the insurgency of ISIS, Russia’s part in trying to annihilate the Jews, the imminent Rapture, and translating the Tribulation.

~Why ~
Regarding the first half of the book, I liked how it explained America’s depravity on many levels of explanations. I questioned why there was a chapter on immigration, but I appreciated the reprimand to assist and accept the stranger. Knowing about the increase of Christians persecuted, I agree we need to stand firm in our beliefs, stop being apathetic, pray for a revival, and focus our hope on Christ.

The second part of the book was well-documented as it went into detail regarding Israel’s Biblical covenants, ISIS developments and history, the “Rosh” of Russia, being “caught up” or “harpazo” in the Rapture, and the surprise and severity of the Tribulation. My favorite chapter was on the Rapture with similar past happenings in the Bible and the three sounds described that will hopefully happen soon. The book is easy to read and understand while encouraging us Christians to look forward to the amazing event as we will not be experiencing the final seven years.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ may not be interested in a book about the end times. Others may have different theological beliefs on the timing of the Rapture or Tribulation. Some who are knowledgeable in end-time prophecies may not glean any new information or concepts in the book, but I found the history comprehensive and the Rapture’s “noises” interesting.

~ Wish ~
As one ardently looking forward to the imminent Rapture, I wish the book explained the author’s viewpoint regarding if unbelievers see Jesus coming in the clouds or hear the sounds (in line with the Apostle Paul’s conversion where those with him heard but did not understand). Other questions not addressed were if all children under the age of accountability are “caught up” worldwide and if there is a second chance for those who have heard the Gospel but ignored it before the Rapture. Including the increase in the occult and witchcraft would be helpful as would an index.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a book that explains the end-times by providing history and Biblical background information, this overview will peak your interest as it did mine.

Rated 4.5 of 5 Stars

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Seeing the Unseen

Title: Seeing the Unseen
Author: Randy Alcorn
Publisher: Multnomah
ISBN: 978-0735290792

“Life on Earth matters, not because it’s the only life we have but precisely because it isn’t—it’s the beginning of a life that will continue without end,” Randy Alcorn pens in the introduction to his book, Seeing the Unseen: A 90-Day Devotional to Set Your Mind on Eternity.

At two-hundred-and-eight pages, this paperback that is meant to be read daily for three months targets those who want to focus on life with Christ for eternity. Using mainly the English Standard Version of the Holy Bible, also referenced are the CEB, GNT, NET, NIV, NLT, and Phillips. After a table of contents and introduction, the ninety devotions are followed by the author’s biography, information on a non-profit ministry, and notes.

The book is separated into ninety two-page devotions that start on the right side of the page with a day number. Each chapter has a title and short statement, followed by several paragraphs that begin with a topic related to the subject and sometimes referencing Bible verses. The devotion ends with perspectives from God of written-out Bible verses and God’s people, usually well-known pastors, evangelists, authors, speakers, or individuals. Every devotion includes an epm.org blog link for more discussion.

~Why ~
I love devotionals that do not have commentary of the writer’s personal experiences and appreciate that this one contains little. Instead, there are current day topics and ideas that are blended with a Biblical tone of what we do here on Earth affects us later in Heaven. Samples of the titles include Only One Way, Homesick for Heaven, The Master Artist, Delighting in Him, The Audience of One, The Brief Window of This Present Life, The Universe’s Greatest Tragedy, and Under Grace, Not Sin. Able to read each in under a few minutes, the devotions are short and to the point.

One devotion that stood out to me was Finding True Contentment for Day 59. The writer mentions the way to contentment is to see the present advantages of the phases we are in throughout our lives and to trust God’s purposes in our circumstances. Keeping away from idols helps us find true contentment through Christ. The written out Bible verses are from I Timothy 6:6 and 2 Corinthians 12:10, and Charles Spurgeon and Joseph Hall are quoted with further reading on the noted blog.

~ Why Not ~
Some may not like themed devotions so would pass on this book. Others may prefer longer or deeper devotionals that explain Bible verses or concepts in depth or only reading the Scriptures as their daily reading.

~ Wish ~
With the title mentioning eternity, it would be more beneficial if there were more explanations of what Heaven will be like for us that is more akin to the author’s expected writing.

~ Want ~
If you like devotionals that focus on day-to-day living as we anticipate a future eternity with Christ, this may be a good selection. Due to its limitation, it should be read daily along with the Bible.

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