This was an incredibly heart warming story that kept me glued to my iPod. It's one I will likely read again. Gwen reminds me very much of someone I know quite well ..myself. My special kitty has 3 legs / 2 paws (one leg amputation and one foot amputation) and it's so true that they not only have a way of adapting to limitations, but their sheer determination to do so is inspiring to say the least. Gwen and Homer are fortunate to have found each other and I wish him a long and happy life. I hope she'll write a sequel.
I found this book to be well worth the time and money invested. The references alone are a huge bonus, chocked full of value. When Joel talks about a topic, for example finding content for your blog, he not only discussed the "why" of searching out good content but he also shares the "how" by listing specific web addresses where you can get content. In that regard he literally helps you find exactly what you need and for that reason I also ordered the print version of this book. The references are well work having a record of.
Listening to The AdSense Code left me feeling hopeful that I can duplicate his methods and eager to get started putting his practices to work.
I downloaded this one to listen with my sister, who is a horse lover and a great equestrian. I really didn't think it would hold my interest but I was surprisingly mistaken. Chosen by a Horse ia truly a captivating story that made me laugh and cry and one that stays with you for a long time after the read. Most certainly worth the download.
I thoroughly enjoyed "The Dog Who Rescues Cats". A true account of a little dog who changed many peoples lives, it's one of those heart-warming stories that will stay with you for a very long time. I would highly recommend it to Audible Listeners of all ages.
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