Heidi, a working, single mother of 8, lives in the California Central Valley where she works two jobs, both in the medical field. In her spare time she can be found working on diy and self-sufficiency projects. This new writing adventure is her way of answering the question she has been asked many times over the years of how she single-handedly manages the responsibility of providing for her large family.


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Smashwords book reviews by HeidiFawn

  • Professional Help: How to Prevent and Fix Malware, Viruses, Spyware and Other Baddies on July 22, 2012

    I bought this book a while ago because I kept having issues with my computer and I was getting tired of always bugging my tech son to help me out. I had him look over Annie's book to see what he thought of it. He gave it a big thumbs up and said it was perfect for the everyday home computer user. It is easy to read and the advice is easy to implement even for me!
  • What About Bob? on July 22, 2012

    This is a cute story. If only it could be so...
  • Be Happy Now on July 22, 2012

    This is a very practical book that will help you step-by-step to reclaim your happiness. No matter what your current situation is, there are exercises in this book that will help you. Be sure to purchase the follow-up book,"How to Be Happy", as that one builds upon what you will learn here.
  • How To Be Happy on July 22, 2012

    This is a great follow-up to "Be Happy Now" as it builds upon the exercises you would have started there. It also introduces some new ideas on how to practice happiness in your everyday life. It is written as if from one friend to another which is exactly what a suffering or depressed person needs - to feel that they aren't alone and that there is a way to joy.
  • How To Start Out or Over on a Shoestring on July 22, 2012

    Sometimes you have no choice but to start your life over from scratch. There is some very practical advice here on how to start a new household with almost no money. I really wish I had read something like this when I was young and just starting out on my own. It would have saved me a ton of money.