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I'd like to share what I know about: Alzheimers Disease and Dementia, Researching Breast Cancer, Caring for elderly family members, Life :)

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I am a Med Asst at an Alzheimer's and Dementia home. I love reading for pleasure and also reading to the Residents where I work. I am not into sci-fi or fantasy books, I like real life dramas or mysteries. I also like to read spiritual books and self-help books. I am also a nursing student PT.

Reviews
reviewed The Notebook. June 30, 2010
The Notebook [Mass Market Paperback]
The Notebook is a book that showed me how beautiful "true love" really is. A man named Noah and his wife are reliving their wonderful life story everyday together because his wife can no longer …
reviewed A Child Called "It". June 26, 2010
A Child Called
       This story ripped my heart right out. To think that someone went through all the horrific things in this book is crazy, and to think that that person was only a small …
A Million Little Pieces
           This book made me think alot about how drug addicts are percieved as these people who are lost and just out of their minds. People look down …
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Quick Tips
posted a Quick Tip about A Million Little Pieces. June 26, 2010
A Million Little Pieces
love this book. what an inside view to what goes on inside your mind when you are on drugs. I can't imagine how that must feel... well now I can because i read this book . :)
posted a Quick Tip about A Clockwork Orange. June 26, 2010
Movie poster
This is NUTS... what a strange movie... i didnt really get it at first but i kept watching and watching
posted a Quick Tip about Tuesday's With Morrie. June 26, 2010
Tuesday's With Morrie
this story makes me sad and happy at the same time. it is a great book to lift your spirits
posted a Quick Tip about We Plan, God Laughs. June 26, 2010
Book cover
Very witty and inspirational. I like the idea of letting go and letting things work themselves out
posted a Quick Tip about The Secret (book). June 26, 2010
The Secret
Very intersting ideas on the powers of the mind and believing in what you want in life. I think it could be possible, but I cannot say for sure. It is very thought provoking and makes you wonder if you …
posted a Quick Tip about The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy .... June 26, 2010
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
alot of people like this book, I am not much for Sci-Fi.
posted a Quick Tip about The Great Gatsby. June 26, 2010
The Great Gatsby
Excellent story... classic and wonderful
posted a Quick Tip about Green Eggs and Ham. June 26, 2010
Green Eggs and Ham
Dr. Seuss... what more can be said about this book!
posted a Quick Tip about Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explo.... June 26, 2010
Freakonomics
This book gave me alot of insight about things that I never would have thought about. The story about Drug Dealers living with their mothers makes you really think about how things are so superficial …
posted a Quick Tip about Fahrenheit 451. June 26, 2010
Fahrenheit 451 (book)
How can you not like this book. It is a classic story of how things used to be. What is really great is that the idea of governments controlling something as silly as books can still be interpreted today. …
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June 30, 2010
Hi Sara!

I just noticed that your review for "The Notebook" was attached to the film topic. I created a new one for the book located here: http://www.lunch.com/cafelibri/reviews/The_N...erback_-74-1489357.html

I was hoping you wouldn't mind moving your review over there either by copying and pasting it over, and then deleting your original one, or by following these steps:

Click on your review. Once you are on your main page, you should see a button that says "Action" in blue near your title page. When you hover over it, the first action you will see is "Move Review." When you click that, a box should appear where you want to type in "The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks." Three entries will come up (or maybe two since you've already got it listed under the film topic). Simply click the book version (probably the last one in the list). The browser will ask you to confirm the move. Simply agree, and it will auto-move it for you. The last part you will need to do is "Add to a Community," next to the "Action" button. Just select Cafe Libri, and you're all set!

Let me know if you still need help moving it!
 
June 30, 2010
Hi Sara,
 
As the founder of Cafe Libri, let me welcome you to the community! Thanks so much for joining the Cafe Libri Lunch Community. Your Quick Tip and Review contributions are great, and I hope you contribute even more QTs, lists, or reviews as you get comfortable with the site. Check out the founder's message at the bottom of the community homepage as well as the links section (located bottom right) for more information about Cafe Libri.

Also, feel free to sit back, relax, and enjoy others' reviews. Don't feel shy about rating or commenting on them either. The writers really appreciate the feedback! Let me know if you have any questions!

I hope you have tons of fun here! 
 
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