Sunday Book Reviews: New Reviews for D.G. Kaye Books – Words We Carry

Sunday Book Review today, I’m thrilled to be sharing some new reviews I’ve come across for my own books I’d like to share. As much as every new review is uplifting, I’m pretty bad at checking for them and was delighted to find a few. It’s always interesting to me to see how other’s see my stories and my writing, so I hope you enjoy these reviews too.

 

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Customer Review

Luv2read

Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2021

What starts with the author’s explanation of why she wrote the book: namely to share negative experiences and obstacles in which self-esteem issues and insecurities when faced and dealt with blossom to learning self-love; this is a remarkable revolutionary read. One I wish I would have read in my earlier teen years when I struggled with my own self-esteem issues. Self-perception baggage from wounded egos, what weighs us down, fester and damage the soul the author writes. So true. This is so well written that it’s not just an enlightening educational tool but a wonderful read from a woman not afraid to show her underbelly, huge heart, and she does it with much authenticity and talent. I resonated with so much of what she wrote in these enlightening pages, but what stands out the most is how I slid down the rabbit’s hole due to my desire to want to belong, to socially fit. I suppose all of us who relate to this unfolding have a personal story of our own. Mine was rooted in a family dynamic that made it difficult for me to have friends to my home and consequently I missed out on social bonding that helps develop a strong sense of self. It wasn’t until later in life, in high school and university, that I encountered warm satisfying friendships. By then the damage was done. I just wish I had this book in my earlier years to have helped my younger, more formative self. Thankfully, it’s never too late to unwind wounds and deepen self-love, which is another thing I found from this beautifully powerful read. In summation, let me say I am grateful I had this recommended to me by a friend, someone whose words I respect. This gem of a book did not disappoint. Highly recommend.
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Jane Sturgeon

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 January 2021

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My review:

I read this as part of #ireadcanadian., @ireadcanadian #nowmorethanever.

This is such a hoot, what a laugh!

Have Bags Will Travel is such an entertaining read which gives you an insight into D G Kaye’s character, her shopping obsession, packing troubles, germaphobia, and brushes with airport security. Enjoy her recollections on the glamour and glitz, her love to travel and a nostalgic aspect to it all.

Her friend Zan shares her shopaholic tendencies too. The two of them together… can you imagine? A red head, blonde explosion of zaniness! I love the part when they end up at Buckingham Palace and chat to a Beefeater, the royal guard and after which… it gets funnier by the moment.

Have Bags Will Travel gives a historical account of how much easier it used to be to take overstuffed baggage through airports in the good old days. Now, it seems that D G Kaye will resort to anything to get her shopping home.

Zan and D G Kaye also travel to Paris and end up shopping for shoes!

There are manmade toboggan rides in Muskoka, Canada.

Trips to Venezuela: Margarita Island and Caracas with cousin Eileen.

Las Vegas, Then and Now – gambling/casinos, fond memories of the author’s love of the desert.

 

Have Bags Will Travel is just what we need right now, a good giggle! There is also a section at the back of the book with Helpful Travel tips.

A short, entertaining read. Highly recommended, especially for the shopoholics and travel enthusiasts in your life!

My rating: 5 stars

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Thank you gratitude

 

©DGKaye2021

 

 

34 thoughts on “Sunday Book Reviews: New Reviews for D.G. Kaye Books – Words We Carry

    1. Thanks so much Diana. Look at the date of your review – that’s how far behind I was on reviews. Thank you again for your kind words. Hubby came home 2 days ago, still awaiting results. ❤

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      1. Hello my Lovely. I am touched you read my book and left a beautiful review. Love and hugs received and sending more back to you. ❤ ❤ xxx

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  1. Hi Debbie – I’m so pleased for you – you need a buck-up or two at the moment to take your mind off things; your posts are beautifully written – full of what’s right for the article you’re describing – so definitely feel your books would give the same vibe – and it seems so. All I can say is all the best with the sales and other reviews – richly deserved I feel. With thoughts – Hilary

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  2. What a lovely selection of new reviews! Congrats Deb, a good review is such a spirit lifter and you got lots here, I do hope they helped a bit at this difficult time.

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  3. Congrats, Debby! I bet this good news is coming at a good time given the health issues at home lately. You deserve every great review and I have no doubt that many more are coming your way! xo

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