Reviews by Beth Gawlowicz
On 3/9 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: George and Maggie have lived a long wonderful life as husband and wife. As they spend their final days in a nursing home, George simply wants to care for his beloved Maggie as best as he can--even if she can no longer communicate with him. He will do anything to show her how much he still loves her and ... Love Prevails
On 1/11 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: Charlotte Hale is more than a secretary for the Rhode Island Reporter. Yes, she can take dictation. Yes, she can get what her boss Mr. Phiefer needs. However, Charlotte yearns for more. For as long as she can remember, she has dreamed of being a reporter. Mr Phiefer is finally going to give her an assignment. Going ... Easy Read, Great Story
On 12/9 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: Charlie West is living a nightmare. On the run from the Homelanders, a terrorist group, and the police, Charlie is on a quest for the truth. He knows who he is. He knows he's running. However, the rest is a blur. Why must he look for someone named Waterman? How can this Waterman help him? Is there anyone ... The Truth of The Matter
On 11/2 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: Joy Ballard is the host of local cooking show Dining with Joy. After her father, Chef Charlie, passes away, Joy steps in to continue his show...his legacy. His love of food. There is only one slight problem. Joy cannot cook. She has hidden her secret well, but will she be found out? Will the Spaghettios ... Foodies Will Love this
On 10/20 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: Ever heard the saying: Women are from Venus. Men are from Mars? We are not really from different planets. However, we are very different from each other. Women need love. Women are constantly searching for love...to feel loved...to need to be needed. We feel loved through the simple things---hand holding, ... Love and Respect
On 9/7 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: What is the one thing you feel you can't say in church?That is a pregnant question with multiple burdensome answers. Yet author Anne Jackson asks the hard questions and records the sometimes difficult answers for us to read. With an openness that most people would shrink from, she shares her own struggles ... Permission To Speak Freely by Anne Jackson
On 7/26 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: "Be sure to welcome strangers into your home. By doing this, some people have welcomed angels as guests, without even knowing it." Hebrews 13:2 You never know who you may be talking to...what song you may hear...what may happen. Ann Fletcher, an up and coming interior designer, returns home to Charleston ... Angels Unaware
On 7/8 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: Admit it--who doesn't want a perfect marriage? I know there is no such thing as perfection this side of heaven, but I still believe that everyone would love to have a marriage that is as close as it can be to perfect. Rick and Bubba's Guide to the Almost Nearly Perfect Marriage is a hilarious, quick-read ... Almost Perfect Marriage?
On 6/16 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: I have had a sort of strange fascination or desire to learn as much as I could about the Holocaust since high school. My English teacher, not my history teacher, prompted this desire for knowledge. He was a converted German Orthodox Jew. Because of him, I devoured Anne Frank's diary and the story of ... It Happened In Italy
On 4/28 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: Words are not adequate to describe this book. Lis Wiehl drew on her own personal experiences as a federal prosecutor, TV journalist, and the law to write her first "Triple Threat Novel" and I am anxiously awaiting the release of the second. When seventeen year old Katie disappears over Christmas break, ... Face of Betrayal
On 4/14 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: Author Sibella Giorello describes life through the eyes of a newly transferred female FBI agent living in a world typically dominated by men. Transferred to the Pacific Northwest, southern bred Raleigh Harmon, geologist turned FBI agent, receives her first assignment in the Violent Crimes unit. When ... Raleigh Harmon to the Rescue!
On 2/18 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: must confess I am typically not a Ted Dekker fan. He is an amazing author and has developed a wonderful craft and quite a following. However, I find his novels are slightly too creepy for me--nightmarish, dark. So I must admit that I was skeptical when I first began reading 'The Kiss" by Ted Dekker and ... The Kiss--Who Can I Trust?
On 12/16 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: Posted 12/16/08: "...but no one seemed to notice him. This he knew he could count on. People looked, but they never saw." Have you ever had that creepy, gives you goose bumps, feeling that someone was watching you and your every move? What if someone truly was watching? What if there was someone--someone ... When you look do you really see? What about the unseen around you
On 11/25 Beth Gawlowicz wrote: We are not fighting against humans. We are fighting against forces and authorities and against rulers of darkness and powers in the spiritual world. Ephesians 6:12 With the current popularity of a certain vampire series, bells and whistles sounded in my head when I first read the description of Eric ... We wrestle not against flesh and blood....