Book Review

Fully Fertile ~ The Review

by Amy Porter on November 9, 2011

That’s where Tami Quinn, Beth Heller & Jeanie Lee Bussell’s book Fully Fertile comes in. My friends’ stories are their stories of getting and staying pregnant. They answer the how and why questions. Their solutions are not the traditional medical solutions of thermometers, charts and drugs.


2011 All Pikes Peak Reads selections

by Amy Porter September 13, 2011 Book Review

Pikes Peak Library District announced the 2011 selections for the All Pikes Peak Reads (APPR) earlier this year. The titles are: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, The Shallows by Nicholas Carr, and The Pioneer Photographer by William Henry Jackson and Howard Driggs. The selection for elementary school students is The Landry News by Andrew […]

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Seeds of Freedom – the Review

by Amy Porter September 6, 2011 Alternative Healing Modalities

By Tamyre Diamond Is this all there is?  Heather Marie Wilson is an bright, articulate, well-educated business professional.  She was an executive in a Fortune 50 company for 20 years:  successful but trapped, “like a hamster on a wheel, running after success.”  She was bored, living alone and totally stressed out.  She felt trapped and unable to make changes.  What paralyzed her the most […]

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Who Will Take My Stuff?

by Amy Porter February 22, 2011 Alternative Solutions

When you look in your garage, what do you see? In your closets? Attic? Lots of stuff? As a society we collect stuff and then store it. Much of that “stuff” either can be given away, repurposed or recycled – if someone would only take it.

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by debbie June 4, 2009 Book Review

By RENNA SHESSO Reviewed by the Reverend Whitney C. Wyckoff, May 21st, 2009. Math for Mystics reveals in Renna Shesso a certain depth of consciousness that is not easily found in mainstream American society groups, and even though I have only once met her, and that quite briefly, I do recognize that same depth level […]

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