DO YOU. . .
In Hello, Beautiful, Jeanette Levellie and Beth Gormong lead women on a hopeful journey to find lasting beauty in the eye of the beholder: God. This inspirational gift book contains 40 stories based on some of the authors most vulnerable moments, highlighting how God redeemed the pain and taught them how to love themselves. Each chapter of this 40-day soul makeover begins with a Bible verse describing God’s view of us, His precious creation. Chapters end with a special feature, a journaling prompt giving readers the opportunity to apply the principles.
Hello Beautiful is designed specifically for women who feel the familiar internal pressure to perform without the satisfaction of hearing “Well done.” We find it too easy to think and speak hurtful words about ourselves while building up other’s self-esteem. Hello Beautiful strives to point out those lies, and replace them with the Truth. Learn the secrets of seeing yourself through love’s viewpoint and shake off feelings of inadequacy. Finally find the courage to look in the mirror and say, “Hello, Beautiful!”
I have enjoyed this devotional so much. I have yet to finish the book because I get absorbed in one of the devotionals so much that I spend time praying, journaling, and reflecting on it for a couple days. I lead our women's Bible study and have decided to use Hello, Beautiful! as our study book. Each week we will focus on a different devotion so we can learn and grow as women of Christ and also as individuals. If you have ever looked down on your self, used negative self-talk, or doubted the beautiful woman God designed you to be...
then you need to read this book/devotional! It's a must read and will encourage, uplift, motivate, and inspire you. You are more than the woman you see in the mirror, you are the beautiful creation God intended and it's time you started to live in this victory.
Thank you Jeanette and Beth for sharing
In her decades as a caregiver, Ruth witnessed the tragic results of the medicalized and institutionalized way of caring for people with dementia. And equally clearly, she saw a better way. Mindful Dementia Care illustrates alternative methods for making a difference and achieving results through care that honors the whole person...ruth dennis has worked in mental health, the arts, and community education for over twenty-five years.
She is a Certified Dementia Practitioner and, for the past two decades, has worked closely with palliative care, hospice, and grief support.
Central to Ruth’s life is her role as caregiver to her brother Morgan, who has Down Syndrome. He is the bravest man she has ever known.
...has been working in elder care for the past 2 decades...is a certified assisted living administrator (CALA), Certified Dementia Practitioner through the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP), and an Eden Alternative Associate...As a volunteer, Velma is a member of the New Mexico Health Care Association and NM Assisted Living Task Force Committee (NMHCAALF) . She sits at the table making her voice heard in guiding NMHCAALF’s advocacy in the New Mexico long-term care delivery system.
She helps identify and establish policies and provide resources that give people a real opportunity to improve the quality of life and quality of care in New Mexico’s frail elderly and intellectually-disabled populations.
...is a father of 3 children and married to his lovely wife Kara...Assuming operations of Vista Living, the family assisted living facilities in 2004 his passion and love for the elderly, particularly those walking with forgetfulness, and their families began to flourish. He was named President of Vista Living Communities in 2011 where he utilizes his background to maintain the highest standards of care for those with Alzheimer’s. His passion for this business and making a positive impact on those with Dementia and their families is evident in his approach and philosophies. Using values taught by his parents he brings integrity and compassion to business. With this as a guide he operates VLC as a business second; always trying to do what is right...
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Launch Day – April 29th We launch this book blog tour with a giveaway for this unique book! http://muffin.wow-womenonwriting.com/
April 30th @ BreakEven Books Today, the author spotlight at Breakeven Books belongs to a delightfully unique book called "Mindful Dementia Care" by Ruth Dennis with Velma Arellano and Luke Nachtrab. Don't miss the opportunity to learn more about this informative book and it's authors.
May 1st @ Bring on Lemons with Tara Forst Readers at BringOnLemons will hear from guest blogger and book reviewer Tara Forst as she reviews the unique book "Mindful Dementia Care" by Ruth Dennis with Velma Arellano and Luke Nachtrab. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from a health care professional as she provides honest feedback about this touching book. http://bringonlemons.blogspot.com/
May 4th @ The Muffin with Crystal Otto In today's Muffin post, Crystal reveals her thoughts and feelings about promoting a book that hits a little too close to home. Find out more about "Mindful Dementia Care" by Ruth Dennis with Velma Arellano and Luke Nachtrab while hearing some inspiring thoughts on getting out of your comfort zone by WOW!'s very own Crystal Otto. http://muffin.wow-womenonwriting.com/
May 7th @ Choices with Madeline Sharples Madeline Sharples reviews "Mindful Dementia Care" by Ruth Dennis with Velma Arellano and Luke Nachtrab for readers at Choices. Don't miss Madeline's insight into this unique book. http://madelinesharples.com/
May 8th @ Bring on Lemons with Michelle DelPonte
Michelle DelPonte reviews "Mindful Dementia Care" for readers at Bring on Lemons blog. Find out what this Wisconsin Healthcare Provider has to say about this unique book that deals with topics Michelle is submerged in each day as a caregiver for aging patients.
May 16th @ Lisa Haselton
Lisa Haselton interviews Ruth Dennis about her unique book "Mindful Dementia Care; Lost and Found in the Alzheimer's Forest". Find out more about Ruth and her beautiful book.
May 17th @ Coffee with Lacey
Lacey reviews "Mindful Dementia Care; Lost and Found in the Alzheimer's Forest" for readers at Coffee with Lacey - don't miss her insight about this touching book.
May 22nd @ Bring on Lemons with Crystal Otto Crystal Otto shares her review of Mindful Dementia Care with readers at Bring on Lemons blog.
May 24th @ Linda Appleman Shapiro Linda Appleman Shapiro, distinguished author and psychotherapist offers her insight in a review of Mindful Dementia Care.
May 28th @ World of My Imagination Nicole Pyles Reviews Mindful Dementia Care and shares her thoughts about this unique book. Readers at World of My Imagination will benefit greatly from Nicole's insight and this touching book.
I hope you'll check out their book
and share it with others who might need
insight, encouragement, and hope
on the dementia journey with a loved one.
A sibling's journey is different from that of a parent. Our role and feelings cannot compare yet they are just as important. Parents experience the greatest loss of their lives through the loss of their child and the emotional loss of the surviving children is just as traumatic. I lost more than my sister on April 3, 1994 I lost my faith.
Thanks to the boldness and faith of a child, I have hope and a story to share. There is no one person or thing here on earth to replace Heidi or the friendship we had together yet after ten years of searching I realized there is Someone who can, God. “Mrs. Buske, you need Jesus.” He was right. My name is Lisa M. Buske and Heidi Allen is my sister. She remains missing but never forgotten.
Our journeys after loss may vary yet the pain, grief, and need for hope are similar. This is my story of discovery, healing, and hope from the moment I learn of Heidi’s kidnapping until today. Life after loss is a roller coaster ride of memories and emotions.
Will you take this ride with me?
An Inside Look, or should I say, Behind the Scenes Tidbit:
To have my book still selling each month means people are learning there is hope when we have faith and a relationship with Jesus. It means #Hope is alive and other siblings are learning through my testimony of faith that they are not alone. In 2011 when the idea for this book came to be the hope was to help one sibling know they weren't alone and that they too could survive the loss of their sibling. I'm blessed to know more than one sibling has hope and understands their pain is real, acceptable, and normal.
I've gone back to read aloud from my book to audiences when I speak and find typos, bad grammar, and other "oops" each time I read it. Ugh! I think most authors will say their first books were their worst yet this is a good thing because it means we are growing in our craft and developing better writing skills and abilities. As I work on my next book I pray for God to guide my fingers and heart so it is the message my readers, you, need to hear.
The next book won't be like the first, or second, or third. The newest release will highlight growth, reflection, and a step in faith to share on different level than I have in the past. I pray you are ready for this. If you think of me over the next weeks and months, life a pray for God to speak to my heart through my fingers so it's the book you have all been waiting for.
Thank you for reading my books, writing reviews, and sharing them with your friends and families. These are an author's greatest compliments. You are an encouragement to my family and me.
Thank you for reading Where's Heidi? One Sister's Journey,
writing a review on Amazon
and sharing it with your friends and family!
Hope is Alive...it's in God!
This past January I had the privilege to work with Dr. Jack Kunkel at Revolutionary Wellness to improve my health and change the way I eat, exercise, and live. It was a bold, scary, and beneficial journey. One I recommend and encourage you to invest in.
I've tried various diets and weight loss gimmicks in my lifetime but as I approach fifty I don't want to diet, I want to change my lifestyle and habits so I can beat genetics. My mother's death at sixty-four was an eye opener as this seems to be a popular number in our family for females. I want to reach sixty-four and say, "Woot, Woot, I'm still at the gym, doing yoga, and exercising." I want to be a healthy grandma who watches her grand babies graduate and become walk down the aisle. Genetics stared me in the face and I have a choice, I can do something to be the healthiest version of myself or continue as is and risk missing some great milestones in my daughter and grandchildren's lives twenty years down the road.
I'm choosing health. It requires knowledge and commitment. The days can be a challenge and overwhelming at times BUT each one is worth it. Check out my video to learn how I did it. This might not work for me but it's the path I am finding success with. Enjoy!
And by the way, Thanks Dr. Jack!!
To learn more about Jack Kunkel:
New Historical Fiction Author
Born in Jerusalem under British rule in 1928, Shula grows up in a world in turmoil as Hitler rises to power and nations enter into war. Amid a landscape of ancient stone ruins next to modern Bauhaus architecture, and desert scrub ending at newly verdant farmlands, Shula grows into her independence as the State of Israel is born.
Based on the author's mother's life, historical documents and events, Born Under Fire is also about the context surrounding the founding of the State of Israel, as well as the horrors and dangers of growing up in a conflict zone. Shula battles grief and depression due to the shattering events affecting her, her family, and the entire world. Despite this struggle her resilient spirit enables her to reach great heights as a concert pianist.
Rina lives with her husband and son in Marin County, CA. This is her first novel.
A Duet Review
Here's the deal, she is enjoying the book as well as I am. We have had wonderful discussions about the Jewish culture, world happenings during war times we didn't know or remember learning. This historical fiction is so well written, you want to keep reading to learn more about Shula and her family and at the same time, we find ourselves researching online to learn more about the war and the history of these times.
It's categorized as a "historical fiction" and the historical details are intense and many. If you are a history buff, you'll enjoy this in depth, and often behind-the-scenes look into times missed in our History books. The fictional story is weaved together so well, my daughter and I both feel as if we know Shula and the family and grieve at some of the decisions they were forced to make.
Although my daughter and I are both still reading, my daughter is a faster reader than I, she is patiently waiting for me to catch up so we can talk more about the book. To me, this is a WIN! A book that can captivate an near 50 year old and a 20 year old with the same interest level, while stimulating conversation and closer looks into our history is a book to add to one's reading list.
As we finish reading and discussing this book, I imagine more deep conversations and wonders. These are blessings to count and we send a shout out to Rina Z. Neiman for this great addition to the historical fiction genre. Keep writing!
I hope you'll take time to learn more about Rina and her new book.
In Tel Aviv, eighteen-year-old New Yorker Leigh is stuck between a rock and a hard place, attempting to validate her mother's journal and finding out who her biological father is.
Leigh's complicated and, at times, painful journey becomes tangled with events and people she meets along the way. Leigh is determined to uncover the truth--nothing can deter her.
My ONLY complaint is still a HUGE compliment, when I read the last paragraph I had a little tantrum. I WANTED MORE! I turned the page...and nothing but white space. Ugh...I couldn't believe it. The suspense and ending wrapped up the book yet it didn't. I wanted more information, more details, more, more, more.
After emailing Crystal and Nicole at W.O.W, Women On Writing, who organized this tour, I had the joy to communicate with Michelle personally. She was so kind and patient with me as I double checked to make sure the PDF I received had all the pages on it. As I thought about it, after the fact, if it was me, I'd be tickled if someone enjoyed something I wrote so much they wanted more.
As I looked around for more information I learned Bloody Coffee is actually the second book in the Pinnacle Series. What?! This is the second book, you know I downloaded the first book as soon as I learned about it. Pinnacle Lust gives the back story about Leigh's mother before she was a Mom. Oh yeah, I'm looking forward to reading this one. I have another book to review first then it's back to the Pinnacle Series.
If you like suspense and mystery, a dynamic mother-daughter relationship then you need to check out Michelle's books. You'll love them. I recommended them to my twenty-year-old daughter too. She's reading them once classes and finals are done.
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She lived through four wars and served in the Israel Defense Forces for two years. Unlike her first year of service in an armored division in the Golan Heights, she served her second year serving in the medical corps where she interacted directly with the injured soldiers of the Peace of Galilee war and their families. This interaction, along with the exposure to the hospital atmosphere, fascinated Michelle and further touched her heart. She went on to get a BS degree in Nursing in Tel-Aviv, and practiced internationally for 32 years in various positions in the surgical field and quickly advanced into health care administration. During her career she worked in the Operating Room, Recovery Room, and CCU—along with many other duties.
Writing was Michelle’s outlet at first, but it soon became her passion. Now, she is a full-time writer. Her international background, along with her military and nursing experience is always at the tip of her pen. Her first novel, Pinnacle Lust, started the Pinnacle trilogy and won the Beach Book Festival in the Romance category, as well as received several honorable mentions in other book contests. It was published to rave reviews.
Michelle is a world traveler who enjoys cooking epicurean food and creating original recipes. She currently splits her time between Florida and Georgia, where she is at work on her next two books. Visit her website at www.michelledimstpierre.com.
Michelle Dim-St.Pierre - Author
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I hope you'll check out Michelle's books...
I'm hoping there is another one
to follow Bloody Coffee
On one hand, we lost our amazing and wonderful friend in less than a few months yet to understand that sometimes, God answers our prayers in a way we don't grasp at the time. I miss her and pray for her husband, children, friends, and family throughout this past year as everyone adjusts to the empty spot in their schedules, lives, and routines left from her absence.
This is one of the inspirations behind No More Pain: I Can Fly. How can I use the gift to write and speak to help others understand there is hope, and that we prayed for healing and freedom from the pain. God answered the prayer, just not necessarily the way we hoped. There is a page within this book in memory of my friend, as she sang to us while in line for her calling hours. I surrounded her with angels because I know she isn't alone, and neither are we.
To read more, click here - this is a blog from January 24, 2014.
Ken is a father and lost his daughter, his review comes from a Dad's grieved heart - thank you for sharing.
"This was a beautiful gift for us...it touches my heart and helps me with the pain of loss...a great gift for anyone who's lost a loved one through accident, cancer or any reason."
Will you leave a review on Amazon today? Thank you!
If you've read this book,
why do you recommend it to others?
Please share in a comment below.
Thank you in advance...your recommendation
might be the encouragement another needs at this very moment
At the close of each year, they were transferred to following year’s calendar so no one would be forgotten. A name written meant there was a reason to pray and encourage someone on that date. In addition to prayer, tangible remembrance and celebration blessed them too on occasion.
A tradition I pray to pass on to my daughter, grandchildren, and hopefully YOU This book is divided by the months of the year. Each month then has four categories to organize your information. These are: birthdays, wedding anniversaries, Anniversaries of Death, and miscellaneous dates someone might need a little encouragement.
Keep this resource with your address book, near the telephone, or in your purse. You never know when there will be cause to add a new life event and opportunity to bless and encourage someone else.
Nice Way to Keep Up
If you've read this book, why do you recommend it to others?
Please share in a comment below.
Thank you in advance...your recommendation
might be the encouragement another needs at this very moment.
I found this in my drafts to post on April 2, 2019
but obviously forgot to post so sharing it today...
the sentiments are just as true today.
Love you Mom & Heidi...May this be the year God brings Heidi home.
My mom passed away on Heidi's birthday, September 14, 2015, her last thoughts were on her youngest daughter. She wanted to know where she was. Yet God called her home before she would know the answer to this question. One thing I'm thankful for, my mom learned the answer before facing the twenty-fifth anniversary of her youngest daughter's kidnapping and murder. The tenth anniversary was a challenge because it had been a "decade", usually decades are celebrated not memorialized.
This year, a quarter of a century later, Heidi remains missing. As Mother's Day approaches, I think of my mom (obviously, right) and share a reminder of her and her last wish...to know where Heidi is.
May this be the year God reveals where Heidi's body is so she can be shown the respect and love she deserves. Love you Mom! Happy Mother's Day in Heaven. You are always near in our thoughts.
Thank you for remembering Heidi,
for your prayers,
& keeping hope in the forefront!
I drafted it in December of 2018 after Michelle and I first decided to connect for an interview. Of course I forgot about it and made an all new blog in April after doing the interview. I don't know about you, but it still makes me chuckle.
I could have deleted it and no one would have known but anyone who blogs know how much time goes into setting up one post, so rather than delete an hour of work...I'm sharing again.
Happy listening. There must be a reason of person who needs Michelle's message. Happy listening and reading.
Click the "play" triangle below to enjoy a fun interview with Michelle on my podcast!
"Michelle writes stories that inspire, entertain and show real life issues, everyday problems that people can relate to. When she's not writing she's playing pickle ball, walking her dogs, or playing with her grands. She's a Toasty too --a member of the warmest Toastmaster's group in northern Indiana, and a John Maxwell Team member since 2015. "
I hope you enjoyed listening to my interview
with Michelle on my podcast,
be sure to take a few moments to visit her website
and check out her books.
Most importantly, favorite her podcast, "PAL with Michelle",
so you can enjoy her on a weekly basis!
A sibling's journey is different from that of a parent. Our role and feelings cannot compare yet they are just as important. Parents experience the greatest loss of their lives through the loss of their child and the emotional loss of the surviving children is just as traumatic.
I lost more than my sister on April 3, 1994 I lost my faith. Thanks to the boldness and faith of a child, I have hope and a story to share. There is no one person or thing here on earth to replace Heidi or the friendship we had together yet after ten years of searching I realized there is Someone who can, God.
“Mrs. Buske, you need Jesus.” He was right.
My name is Lisa M. Buske and Heidi Allen is my sister. She remains missing but never forgotten. Our journeys after loss may vary yet the pain, grief, and need for hope are similar. This is my story of discovery, healing, and hope from the moment I learn of Heidi’s kidnapping until today. Life after loss is a roller coaster ride of memories and emotions.
Will you take this ride with me?
A compelling story. Must Read!
If you've read this book, why do you recommend it to others?
Please share in a comment below.
Thank you in advance...your recommendation
might be the encouragement another needs at this very moment.
This isn't something I do on my own, it is directly tied to my relationship, and faith, with God. He is my foundation, when I take my eyes and focus of of Him, this is when the words and ideas stop. It's taken me a few years to realize I lost focus. Instead of focusing on God's presence, I focused on MY loss. Instead of looking up, I looked at MYSELF. I, I, I, and me, me, me...it isn't about me or you...it's about Him.
Don't get me wrong, it's okay to grieve and work through our losses. We need time to process, heal, and move forward but when we refuse to move forward and only focus on ourselves. Grief and healing are cycles in our life and we need to go through each of them. The tricky part is not to stop in one stage longer than necessary or depression and other illnesses can creep into a productive life. I encourage you to look at your life. Is there something or someone you are missing? It's okay to miss our loved ones but it's not okay to miss our time with God, especially in the midst of our deepest pain.
"God is our refuge and strength,
an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear,
though the earth give way
and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea,
though its waters roar and foam
and the mountains quake with their surging...
The name of the Lord is a strong tower;
the righteous run into it and are safe...
When the righteous cry for help, the Lord hears,
and rescues them from all their troubles...
Seek the LORD and his strength;
seek his presence continually!"
Psalm 46:1-3; Proverbs 18:10; Psalm 34:17; 1 Chronicles 16:11;
Have a great day...look up!
Looking West: The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant is about a 1960 emigration and the challenges of leaving a socially privileged life and becoming unknown nobodies.
Albert's search for meaning and his determination to improve the human condition make this an inspiration story of one man working his way through hardship to achieve a meaningful place in his adopted nation.
One of my favorite parts of the book is when he describes coming into the New York Harbor and seeing the top of the Statue of Liberty and straining to see the rest amidst all the smog. The love for America was immediate. He loved our country before he arrived yet it was Lady Liberty who hooked him. My heart ached for him when he wasn't allowed to tour the city because they had to catch their train to Albany, New York. The detail and love for his new home inspire me and reminded me of the first time I saw the Statue of Liberty, my journey wasn't life changing yet his description and that feeling in the pit of the stomach when you see her for the first time were spot on.
I recommend this book and encourage you to click on the links to read some of the other reviews. Some bloggers interviewed the author too. I enjoy visiting the other blogs after I write mine to learn more about the book and the author because each person who reads a book takes away a different view. Happy reading!!
Albert Nasib Badre is an American author born in Beirut, Lebanon. He immigrated to the United States with his family in 1960 at the age of fourteen. His family made Albany, N.Y. their first home in America where he attended a private Catholic high school through his Junior year. After three years in Albany, the family moved to Iowa City, Iowa, when his father accepted a professor position at the University of Iowa. He finished his senior year at Iowa City High School, then went on to the University of Iowa where he got a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies. After college, he spent a year as a social worker in New York City. Deciding social work was not for him, he went on to pursue graduate studies at the University of Michigan where he got his Ph.D. in 1973.
He spent the next thirty years at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and today he’s Professor Emeritus of Computing. During his tenure at Georgia Tech, he was an international consultant specializing in designing technology to enhance the human experience. Dr. Badre was an early pioneer in the field of human-centric design, with some thirty years of experience in human-computer interaction, learning technologies, and human-centric e-learning. His background combines expertise in the empirical methodologies of the behavioral sciences and the design approaches of the computing sciences.
Dr. Badre authored numerous technical papers, is co-editor of the book Directions in Human Computer Interaction, and the author of the book, Shaping Web Usability: Interaction Design in Context, which was adopted in several dozen courses worldwide. His memoirs, Looking West, is the story of his coming of age immigration to America and subsequent conversion to the Catholic Church.
Today, Dr. Badre and his wife live in Providence, R.I., near his son and family, where he leads a very active volunteer life, in service to the community.
April 8th @ The Muffin
Albert Nasib Badre launches his tour of Looking West; The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant with an interview and giveaway at the Muffin!
April 11th @ World of My Imagination with Nicole Pyles
Nicole Pyles shares her review of Looking West: The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant with readers at World of My Imagination. Don't miss a chance to learn more about this heroic memoir.
April 12th @ Bring on Lemons with Crystal Otto
Crystal Otto shares a 5 star review or the touching and empowering memoir Looking Westby Albert Nasib Badre.
April 15th @ Selling Books with Cathy Stucker
Cathy Stucker interview Albert Nasib Badre about his empowering memoir Looking West; The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant. Readers at Selling Books are looking forward to learning more about this touching journey.
April 16th @ To Write or Not to Write with Sreevarsha Sreejith
Sreevarsha Sreejith reviews Looking West by Albert Nasib Badre. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from Sreevarsha and visit To Write or Not to Write.
April 16th @ Lisa Haselton Reviews and Interview
Don't miss today's empowering and honest interview between Lisa Haselton and Albert Nasib Badre - you will want to learn more about Looking West; The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant in this touching memoir.
April 17th @ Linda Appleman Shapiro
Well known book reviewer and fellow memoirist Linda Appleman Shapiro reviews Looking West; The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant by Albert Nasib Badre.
April 19th @ Memoir Revolution with Jerry Waxler
Jerry Waxler thoroughly enjoyed reader Looking West; The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant by Albert Nasib Badre and shares his thoughts with readers at Memoir Revolution. Don't miss this insightful review of Badre's touching memoir.
April 22nd @ Author Anthony Avina
Author Anthony Avina delights readers at his blog as he reviews the moving memoir Looking West by Albert Nasib Badre.
April 23rd @ Beverley A. Baird
Beverley A. Baird reviews the memoir Looking West: The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant by Albert Nasib Badre.
April 25th @ Writing Through Life
Amber interviews Albert Nasib Badre about his moving memoir Looking West - don't miss this opportunity to learn more about the journey of this successful Lebanese-American immigrant.
April 26th @ Breakeven Books
Today's author spotlight at Breakeven Books is none other than memoirist and immigrant Albert Nasib Badre with his touching story Looking West: The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant. Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about this inspirational coming of age memoir.
April 29th @ Coffee with Lacey
Lacey reviews "Looking West" by Albert Nasib Badre - readers at Coffee with Lacey will delight in this beautiful coming of age memoir and one man's journey as a Lebanese-American immigrant.
April 30th @ Choices by Madeline Sharples
Today's guest post titled "The Backstory: Letters, Photos, and Conversations" is penned by Albert Nasib Badre. Don't miss this great post and opportunity to learn about Badre's memoir Looking West: The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant.
May 7th @ Bring on Lemons with Karen Levy
Israeli-American author Karen Levy reviews Looking West: The Journey of a Lebanese-American Immigrant by Albert Nasib Badre.
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