Thursday, July 11, 2013

Pomeranian Queen by John Williams

 FTC:: This post was written for CM Books, who provided the complimentary product in exchange for my honest review.

About the Book:
Title: Pomeranian Breed of a Queen
Author: John Williams
Genre: Non-Fiction, Pets, Dogs
Length: 36 pages approx
Publisher: Flask Of Oil LLC (March 22, 2013)


If you have a Pomeranian or would like to own one, this book is for you. Do you know that Pomeranian have a history with two specific queens? You will learn who they are in the book: “Pomeranian – Breed Of A Queen.” It covers most every topic that will apply to your Pom and provides associated charts you can source for practical and immediate application to your pet.
It discusses the immediate issues like:
• Your Pom moving into your home
• Housetraining
• Routine Care
• Toys
• Diet & Exercise
It also discusses underlying issues like:
• Eye problems
• Hypoglycemia in puppies less than three months old
• Thyroid problems

These and other issues discussed in this book. As a long time owner and researcher of dog breeds, I enjoy compiling useful information all in one place to serve loving pet owners in the care of their pets. You do not have to buy multiple books to find the information that you need.
You will read about:
• Grooming
• Food quality
• Special diets for special times
• Deciding to show your Pomeranian
• Three ways to potty-train
• Illnesses native to the Pomeranian breed

Most people buy a puppy and care for it based on what they have learned as a kid or what their friends or family did. You can equip yourself with the information that you need to give your dog the best care that he/she deserves. Buy your copy of “Pomeranian – Breed Of A Queen” today!

My Thoughts About the Book:
 I love learning more about dogs and this book does not disappoint. This book is very informative. It gives you the history of the Pomeranian (which is very interesting) along with information about caring for your own Pomeranian. The book is full of illustrations of these adorable dogs. I think this book would be a delightful read for any dog or animal lover.  

About the Author:

John Williams – A 25+ year aviation professional, pet enthusiast, musician and writer, leads a highly professional team in the publishing of quality books that educate and entertain the reader. John has published three titles: “Take Charge of Your Aviation Career,” the five star rated: “Bichon Frise - Unique Among Dogs” and “Pomeranian – Breed of A Queen.” John’s goal is to write quality books that serve the reading community with enthusiasm and excellence. For more information please go to his Amazon Author link at:

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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

if money grew on trees...........

If I had $500 to do whatever I wanted to with. Here's what I'd do:

1. buy a Kelly Moore Bag. I love how they are camera bags yet also cute and stylish. ($199)
And a new pair of Birkenstocks. Mine have seen better days but I love them so! ($105)

I'd give the rest of the money (about $190 or so) to my hubby. He's always taking care of me and buying me nice things. I'd like to return the favor. 

What would you buy if you had $500 to buy whatever you wanted?

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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Make My Feet Happy (Nike Shox for Women Review)

When you work in a special needs classroom you are om your feet most of the day. The shoes you wear could either make or break your day. Until I started wearing Nike Shox my days were broken. I would come home with aching feet and a hurting back. However thanks to Nike Shox that all changed.

About the Product: 

A revolution in cushioning and impact protection. Nike Shox technology provides an optimal environment for cushioning, a slower rate of impact loading (which helps reduce the risk of impact-related injuries) and a uniquely responsive feel. The highly resilient foam in Nike Shox columns is made of energy-efficient material that enhances durability and spring. 
Features and Benefits of Nike Shox
  • No-sew mesh uppers with targeted overlays provide flexible support and breathability
  • Environmentally preferred rubber Waffle outsoles with BRS 1000 carbon rubber heels offer traction
  • Nike Shox midsoles with Cushlon forefeet deliver a smooth ride and impact protection
  • Lace closures
  • Flex grooves for smooth transitions
  • Nike+ ready 
My Thoughts about the Product
I love these shoes. They are the go-to shoe when you are on your feet all day and you want something that is comfortable and good for you.  I have high arches and these shoes provide me perfect support. They do tend to make my feet hot but I have gotten used to that since wearing my shoes year around. 
If you are looking for tennis shoes that are both supportive and look great look no further than Nike Shox. Your feet will thank you. 

What are your favorite shoes? 

I was not compensated to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations.

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Monday, July 8, 2013

I've got your back by Book Review

FTC:: This post was written for Handlebar , who provided the complimentary product in exchange for my honest review.
About the Book:
If Jesus wrote a book about leadership today, he would tell a story. That's what the author decided when he tore up his first draft. Instead, he wrote a parable about four twenty-somethings who are having major problems with bad bosses. Jack Hendrickson, a retired Army Special Forces Sergeant and former missionary, begins to teach them Biblical principles about leadership and when they put it into practice at work, it makes their lives worse! Experienced leaders are calling I've Got Your Back a landmark book to help next generation leaders with a Biblical foundation for leadership. Many talented young people have been victims of follower abuse. They don't want anything to do with leadership positions. Some have issues with authority and need guidance to heal. Galvin writes about a new kind of leader the world is desperate to follow. At the end of the parable, the author outlines Biblical principles of followership, as well as leadership, because everybody needs to learn how to lead and follow well.
My thoughts About the Book: 
At first I was leery of reading this book. I thought it would be the same old approach to Biblical leadership. But I was completely and surprisingly wrong. This book offers a fresh new take on leadership. It addresses follower abuse and how to heal from it. It also offers a practical easy approach to leadership. I really like the qualities of being a good follower as well.  The concepts addressed in this book will help people in every area of their lives. 

About the Author:
 James C. GalvinJim Galvin is an organizational consultant specializing in strategic facilitation for a wide variety of organizations. For the past decade he has provided consulting and training in the areas of strategy formation, board governance, organizational change, and leadership development.

He has completed successful projects for the Prison Fellowship, Promise Keepers, Wycliffe Bible Translators, Youth for Christ, American Bar Association, National Guard, Department of Health and Human Services, Leadership Network, Willow Creek Association, Christian Leadership Alliance, Seacoast Church, Tyndale House Publishers, CareNet, World Relief, DeVos Foundation, and the Best Christian Workplaces Institute.

Jim is an award-winning author and he has written products published by Zondervan, Tyndale House, Thomas Nelson, Baker, Navpress, Moody Press, Intervarsity Press, Concordia, and Focus on the Family. He has won several ECPA Gold Medallion Awards as well as the C.S. Lewis Medal Award for Children's Literature. He is most well-known for his role as a co-creator of the widely-acclaimed Life Application Study Bible.

Jim holds the Doctor of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Northern Illinois University as well as a B.A. and M.A. from Wheaton College in Christian Formation and Ministry. He and his wife Kathleen live in Elgin, Illinois. Their son Jimmy is an audio engineer and their daughter Lindsay is a graphic designer.

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