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Book Review:The Genius of Dogs: How Dogs are Smarter than You Think

Book Review:The Genius of Dogs: How Dogs are Smarter than You Think

By Terri Schlichenmeyer Your dog has a species identity crisis. Some days, he’s a copycat and it’s like monkey see, monkey do around your house. Other days, he’s stubborn as a mule, eats [...]

Book Review: The Vatican Diaries

Book Review: The Vatican Diaries

By Terri Schlichenmeyer You and God had a little talk this morning. You told Him about your day ahead: what you wished for, the people who needed Him especially today, the ideas you had and [...]

Book Review: Dr. Ruth’s Guide for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver

Book Review: Dr. Ruth’s Guide for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver

Note: Escambia County has a high rate of this disease. We felt this book might be helpful for those taking care of loved ones stricken with Alzheimer’s. --- by Terri Schlichenmeyer Your mother [...]

Book Review: The New Geography of Jobs

Book Review: The New Geography of Jobs

By Terri Schlichenmeyer So far, you’ve resisted. You’ve resisted closing up shop, selling your business, downsizing yourself out of a job. You’ve put off laying everyone off. Most [...]

Book Review: Saturday Night Widows

Book Review: Saturday Night Widows

By Terri Schlichenmeyer... You never paid close enough attention to the “part” part. You were young (too young!) and in love when you walked down the aisle, nervous and sparkly-eyed. “For [...]

Book Review: Coaching Confidential: Inside the Fraternity of NFL Coaches

Book Review: Coaching Confidential: Inside the Fraternity of NFL Coaches

By Terri Schlichenmeyer-- Your weekends are suddenly wide open and empty. No more extra televisions in the living room. No more Sunday snack-binging. You’ve put away your make-up, your lucky [...]

Book Review: ‘Affairs of State’

Book Review: ‘Affairs of State’

By Terri Schlichenmeyer.... When it comes to our elected officials, nothing surprises you anymore. Sent to do a job, they look like adults but they often act like children with plenty of time [...]