ULR Feature: Libby Redribbon and the Dance Recital by Julie Astier



Libby loves her dance class. Until she discovers that cartwheels are going to be part of the big recital. The upside down and round and round make her nervous. What if she lands on her head? What if she twists her ankle? Or worse, what if she isn’t good at it?
Libby considers the unthinkable. Quitting her dance lessons! Libby confides in her friend Aurora who is quick to offer help. But can Libby conquer the cartwheel in time?


ULR Feature: Daddy’s Girl by Elizabeth Bourgeret


daddygirlsWhen tragedy strikes and his youngest daughter is killed in a car accident, James Carrigan, much sought after mechanic, buckles under the sadness and walks away from his life to deal with his demons, leaving eight year old Danni Carrigan behind.

Ten years later, when James decides to step back into fatherhood, he finds that his little girl is no longer little… and no longer “his”. Her heart had been broken and her trust has been shattered. And she doesn’t need a Daddy… She put everything that reminded her of him out of her life. She had a new life now. There is no room for tools and grease in a buttons and bows kind of world.

All of his years of experience putting engines back together and all the expensive tools that reshape metal forms has made him the most sought after classic car mechanic but it won’t help him put Danni Carrigan’s broken heart back together again. Can James Carrigan repair the damage he has caused or will his efforts fall short?

Or is there even such a thing a second chances…

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Book Review

Read this entire book in a day! I’ve read her other books too, and I liked this one just as much. This one is a lighter read, but there are still plenty of moments that get you right in the feels!
The photos throughout the book are adorable too! Apparently the author’s granddaughter is the girl on the cover. Precious.
In short; book was great. Ready for the next!

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ULR Feature: After by David Wardrop

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AFTER by David Wardop is a story about mental anguish and suicide told in two parts. Keith Campbell is a quiet and shy boy who loves comic books and science fiction until he begins to contemplate suicide. The first part of the story, which is told in reverse order, describes the world of tragedy that is left after Keith dies with his family struggling to understand why he kills himself. The second half of the story, on the other hand, describes the world that Keith lives in because he did not commit suicide. This is a reflective and revealing account of one person’s mental struggle with suicide and the effect that it has on his health and those who care about him.

What sets this novel apart is the fact that Keith takes his own life right and the novel opens after his death attempting to illustrate Keith’s rationale for his suicide. The novel is, at first, depressing, sombre and dark, yet it progressively gets more blithe and hopeful. The novel’s conclusion is ironic and thought-provoking, and the reader has to remind himself/herself that although the novel ends on a positive note, because of the manner in which the narrative has been presented, this is not necessarily the case.

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About the Author

David Keith Wardrop is 23 years old and lives in Bearsden in Glasgow. Currently, David is a full-time gardener at Ruchill Park in Glasgow and has written two other full-length novels entitled “Sexanto” and “The Gardens of Zarma”, along with various short stories for magazines. His main literary influence is Philip K. Dick and his futuristic stories such as “Minority Report” and “Counter-Clock World”. Other works that have inspired him include Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” and Brain K. Vaughn and his comics “Ex Machina”. David aspires to be a prolific sci-fi writer, and the thought of being published helps him to cope with his depression and envision a brighter future for himself.

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Book Extract

Mary woke up a few minutes before lunch. She lay in bed, staring at the white ceiling, listening to the bird song outside the window. She thought how peaceful the house must look from the outside, the walls and roof so still, giving no indication of the devastation that had happened. Those birds’ songs seemed so magical weeks ago; now they were another function of nature, noises in the trees indicating another morning. On her way to the kitchen she paused and looked down the hallway that led to Keith’s room. Was she strong enough to go in there? She had not been in this morning, though that was by accident. The last time she had entered Keith’s room was on his funeral two days ago. She nearly went crazy; it seemed so vast without Keith sitting in the middle of the room, playing his computer games.

Mary was halfway through cleaning the dishes when the urge to venture into her son’s room arose. She did not know why. She knew it would hurt her, but she went anyway, pulled down the hall by an overwhelming unseen tide. She flicked on the light switch; the curtains had still remained closed, as they had been on the day Keith had left the house for the last time. Mary tiptoed across the room as she had done many times. It wasn’t that the room was messy; on the contrary, Keith’s things were always carefully stacked. It was just that there was so much stuff that one wrong step could send all the books, magazines and comics into a domino that really would make the bedroom messy.


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Petyr has never found it
necessary to consider the humans as anything more than distant, inferior beings–until now. They are the cause of the fatal disease that has plagued his realm, taking the lives of too many of his kind. As a future leader of a realm in peril, Petyr must find a way to resist and cure the affliction. He must
enter the unfamiliar realm, appear to be an ordinary eighteen-year-old human, observe and learn.

However, things don’t exactly go according to plan. Instead of embarking single-mindedly on his sober mission, Petyr meets an 18-year-old girl who does things to his emotions that he can’t quite fathom or control. Petyr is falling in love, and he almost forgets the gravity his choices have on his entire world. Despite the risk it poses to his life and hers, he wants to know her, and he wants her to know him–and his world.

About the Author


P.I. Alltraine is an award winning poet and author. She has won several international poetry competitions, and her poems have been published in separate anthologies.

She teaches English Language and Literature in London. She earned her degree in BA English from Queen Mary University of London, a Post Graduate Certificate in Education and Master’s in Teaching at the UCL Institute of Education, University of London.

Before moving to London, she lived in the Philippines where she was ensconced in the rich culture encrusted with dark myths and enchanted tales. She draws inspiration from these in her writing. Although she has lived indifferent places and experienced different cultures, she always enjoyed the constancy of writing in her life. Her favourite authors include John Milton, Virginia Woolf and James Joyce.

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book trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5mii9Q1TZM&index=2&list=PLzGNZUy-U7wx4tUquvzG-EDU1DeiPyT8P
‘unmoving’ spoken word poem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2q4JxaN1fw

ULR Feature: Unclog Your Happiness: A Practical Guide to Living Blissfully

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Many have heard of Eckhart Tolle’s The Power of Now, but few understand how to get there. Unclog Your Happiness is a practical and simple guide to reaching that place, using meditation and self-inquiry to shut down the brain’s happiness inhibiting default network, and reclaiming the ultimate blissful existence.

The Step-by-step Guide to the Power of Now

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  • Simple Guide to Happiness
  • Remove Stress & Anxiety Forever
  • Non-Duality
  • Neuroscience Foundation
  • Practical Examples
  • Notebook Activities

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Get to Now Through Self-inquiry: This book is a practical guide to happiness. For those who have read Eckhart Tolle’s The Power of Now, but don’t know how to get there, this book is for you. Through self-inquiry and meditation, as similarly taught by Ramana Maharshi, Gary Weber, and more, you can eliminate anxiety, depression, anger, and enter in the present, happy and content.

Understand the Science: There has been a lot of research on meditation in recent years. New scientific studies using FMRIs have advanced the field of neuroscience. Self-inquiry has been shown to boost dopamine and opioid levels in the body, creating happiness that won’t fade with time. Throughout the book, Unclog Your Happiness, these studies are cited to provide both proof and further reading.

Transcend Your Existence: Meditation through self-inquiry works by removing labels that we have attached to ourselves. These labels are self-limiting beliefs, causing our unhappiness. Depression, anxiety, loneliness, anger, and more can be removed just by stopping the process of labeling.

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About the AuthorDavidring

Author David Ring III was born in MA, in 1983. After an atypical upbringing that left him with a negative mindset, he began to seek freedom from his pessimistic thoughts.
With very little interest in the corporate world, he left university in 2006, and began travelling the world. There was no reason to travel; it was just what people aspired to do. For David, he was living life and searching for happiness.

From 2007-2010, he settled in central New Hampshire. After buying a large, beautiful Victorian house in Franklin, NH, the economy went into recession. He began his first business venture, turning this home into a family business, a bed and breakfast. After a few years of this slow and simple living, it was time for him to move on.

Upon coming to Thailand in 2010, he begin writing his first novel, Bound Before the Morrow, hoping to portray his own personal journey out of negativity and to inspire others to do the same. During the five years it took to write, his views changed slightly, and spirituality entered the mix. The book still maintained the original message, but a new way of life had opened for David.

David still bases himself in Thailand. He avoids the heat by escaping into air conditioned coffee shops and plunging himself into writing. In this way he gently and articulately shares his philosophical beliefs.

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