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  • Patricia Deneen - A Tried and True Road Traveler's Guide

    I recently ordered the 2012 Edition of "The Next Exit" for my son and daughter-in-law. I was pleased to see improvements in this edition, such as the use of red letters for the most popular stops. My husband and I were full-time RVers for 10 years, and we depended on this traveler's guide to save us time and trouble. Do you know how much trouble it is to double back after you have missed your favorite restaurant/fuel stop/shopping center? With this book, you'll always know which exit to take BEFORE you barrel on past an intended stop. RVing is a thing of the past for me now, but I still wouldn't take a long road trip without The Next Exit to guide me.

  • C. Johnson "Avid Shopper" - Good For Women

    This good for all women, but especially older women when our PH balance is off. Keep in your medicine cabinet.

  • Nikole Owens - Proceed with Caution: May Cause Whiplash

    I'm embarrassed that it took so long for me to jump onto the Gone Girl bandwagon. It's been at least a year (maybe even longer, I can't keep track of time anymore!) since I first started hearing everyone rave about how great this book was...but somehow it took until last weekend for me to finally get around to getting my hands on this novel.

    Because it took me so long to read this book I knew that there were only two ways it could go. Best case scenario...it would live up to it's hype and maybe I would discover a new author. Worst case scenario...I would not like this book and be terribly disappointed at the hype (much like the Twilight series...lol).

    Somehow though, Gone Girl did not go either way...it completely surpassed any expectations I had developed by the numerous reviews I read. It was a completely insane experience, I don't think I've ever read a book that completely shattered me at every chapter. Every single time I thought I had figured out what was happening, what was going to happen...Flynn completely switched everything around so what I thought was truth turned out to be fiction. And this happened over and over again until the very last page. Definitely NOT the kind of book I should have been reading at work as it took every ounce of my willpower not to push my work aside to keep reading.

    Supposedly, Gone Girl is going to the big screen...and honestly, I have NO idea how they are going to pull it off...I don't think it's going to translate very well.

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    Nobody should have to suffer from cold sores! Go buy L-Lysine in the vitamin aisle of any store and take 3,000mg at the first sign or anytime thereafter. Do this for 3 days. Your sore will start to go away almost immediately. Also works for the painful "nerve" bumps people get on their scalp when they are upset or under stress, and, mouth ulcers. I read about this cure 30 years ago in the Saturday Evening Post. Everyone I've told this to over the years has thanked me immensely!

    L-Lysine is an amino acid in our bodies which depletes during times of stress or illness. The Herpes virus then takes over the playing field and we get these painful sores. You don't have to suffer at all.

  • Vera Rodgers - An excellent guide for blocked artists

    This is a step-by-step, week-by-week of ideas leading you to release your creativity. Whether you are a beginning artist, a struggling artist, or like me, an artist who let a parallel profession interfere and block my creativity for too long, Ms Cameron's book is an eye-opener and guide to regaining your full potential. I recommend you read it first, then re-read it following her guidelines.