Juanita Davis-King, MA, MS is an editor and writer who has written a number of articles, eBooks, booklets and brochures. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Written Communication and a Master of Arts Degree in Psychology from National-Louis University with a Post-Masters Degree in Counseling. She writes both fiction and non-fiction with over 17 years experience as a writer.
During these times of economic troubles, it’s important to remain positive and faithful to your dreams. What has happened in this country has caused many to lose their homes, possessions, and in some cases one’s family. This is tragic, but you didn’t cause the financial collapse. It was the result of other factors beyond your control. Regardless, you’re still a valued member of society.
The Signs of a Mutual Attraction is for recent high school graduates who are about to enter college and be away from home for the first time. It is a helpful booklet that you can refer to again and again when you want to know (or remember) what constitutes a mutual attraction.
Each year young females leave home to attend college. They grow homesick and sometimes get a little scared. On top of that, they must quickly learn that high school and college dating are not the same. At a university, the stakes are higher and the pressure to date is greater. Choosing The Right Romantic Relationship is designed to help you choose a mate more wisely.
Did you know that children as young as three get depressed? Were you aware that defiant or aggressive behavior disorders could signal depression in your child? It is not easy to identify this profound type of sadness in children so young, but there are signals that can help you recognize them so that you can get the professional help needed for her/him.
An interesting story about apocalyptic America. Worth reading. It is very descriptive and therefore, places the reader into the thick of things following character(s) as they navigate and fight their way through this new world.
Enjoyed reading this piece. The voice and tone of the writer is engaging, honest and interesting. The information will help creative writers understand the difficulty of transitioning from business, academic or formal non-fiction writing to creative writing. Oh, by the way, Baren's writing is really good!
Strange thoughts Poetry Book is filled with beautiful poems that touch and enlighten the soul and mind, at least for me they did. I couldn't stop until I read the entire book. Although, I loved them all, following are the poems that resonated with me most of all:
Vibrate; Need (pg. 2)
Preach; Brave (pg. 3)
Truly (pg. 9)
Cry (pg. 10)
Friend; Drown; and Diluted (pg. 11)
Retract; Beneath (pg. 12)
Beneath (pg. 12)
To Be; True (pg. 13)
Past (pg. 14)
Wonderful, beautiful poems that illustrate great dept and sensitivity. For those who love poems, who seek hope, healing, understanding of some of life's ups and downs, read this excellent work of poetry.
Enjoyed reading "Working on a Super Yacht". I learned about the hard work of securing a position, living in small quarters, washing down the deck and making mistakes along the way. There is also the thoughts and musings of wildlife in the sea: dolphins, turtles, etc. What is most notable is that the author had the courage to completely change his life, which he briefly discusses.
The writing style teaches the reader about securing a position and working on a super yacht. The writing is engaging, heart-warming and encouraging. No words wasted. A joy to read. This booklet is for anyone who wants an introduction to working on a super yacht, but it is also for those who are considering changing their life, and don't know how.
(review of free book)
The story was enjoyable and suspenseful with a satisfactory ending. The sex scenes were a bit jarring or inappropriate for what in essence is a sweet romance. After all, what woman would want to make love to another man (no matter how kind) after being severely beaten by a cruel and abusive husband. That isn't realistic. Overall, the sex scenes were distracting, because they seemed out of place in such a sweet romance. That being said, Sarah Smith is a good storyteller, which is why the 4 stars.
I learned exactly what it means to speed read and it wasn't what I thought, which was just fast reading. According to this book, I am one of those people that reads one word at a time, which is slow reading. I'm now going to practice reading in chunks instead of one word at a time. Very educational.
The book is good for beginners and intermediate writers. The writing style is conversational and easy to read. In addition, there is solid ideas on writing, editing, proofreading and publishing self-help books.Enjoyed reading it.