My Review of It’s A Match! A Guide To Finding Lasting Love by Natalie Moore, MsEd, MFT, ChT,

unnamedKeeping with my theme from the last book I reviewed, this is another different read and book review for me. However, I will admit that after my divorce a few years ago, I did read a lot of these types of books.


What I liked about this book is that is it written by someone with credentials. Ms. Moore has a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and is also a successful relationship coach. In her book, Ms. Moore talks about the “4 Levels of Love”, Different Relationship Levels, and how to find a, Level III or Level IV, lasting satisfying relationship.It also teaches how to deal with your emotional baggage first before pursuing another relationship. The author also provides a lot of helpful information for online dating and how to set up your profile, things to say/do, and things to look for that are red flags. An added bonus with Ms. Moore’s book is that she just does not stop at once you have met a potential partner, but goes further with reiterating what you are taught in the beginning of the book once you have meet someone.

I would recommend this book to anyone that is looking for a new relationship, or even just starting a new relationship, as well.

You can get a copy from Amazon It’s a Match! The Guide to Finding Lasting Love. Subscribers to Amazon Unlimited can read it for free.

I give it 3 out of 4 cupids.

Thank you to Word Slinger Publicity for provided me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

My review of Seven Secrets of Worry-Free Living


This was a different read for me but as I suffer from GAD I thought I would step out of my comfort zone and review something a little different. This book is about stress and anxiety, its effects on our mind and bodies, and how to manage and reduce stress. It is a relative easy read and contains some medical research but it is written in a way that a layperson can understand it. It is christian based book and does include a lot of reference to scripture. Also, this book has discussion questions at the end for a group study.
Even if you are not a religious person, there are still several benefits to this book. There are tests in the book to determine your level of stress and your child’s level of stress (which I found personally beneficial), ways to reduce stress (not just praying) and helpful ways to handle stress that are also not religious based. Therefore, I think believers and non-believers would benefit from this book.

Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with the opportunity to review this book free of charge.

This book will be available from Amazon on August 1, 2015, but is available for pre order now.

Seven Secrets of Worry-Free Living: Finding Freedom from Fear, Anxiety, and Stress

My review of Silent Cry


What a remarkable story about Ms. Newton strength, courage, and unfailing faith.
Dorothy, raised in a physically abusive home as a child, overcomes so many adversities during her life, and has so many blessings in her life. She is truly an inspiration as to what you can achieve with your life. Her faith in God was such an inspiration to me.
I also enjoyed the added interviews from her two children and her ex-husband.
Thank you to for the opportunity to review this book!