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Which Book Appeals to You?

"FPIES Handbook" (Food Allergies)

One reviewer described this book as a "comprehensive resource on baby food intolerances and allergies, especially Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome."  If you have concerns that  your child's "reflux" might be a sign of a food allergy or a food intolerance, this book is a great starting point. If you have already read the book, you would benefit from some free bonuses.   

"Colic Handbook" (Uncontrollable Crying in Babies)

Readers will soon have a chance to read my second book about babies who just cry and cry.  It will be the most comprehensive resource of its kind.  

"Solo Podcast Handbook" (Organized Guide to Recording an Episode)

Is it difficult for you to maintain a sustained conversation for the duration of a decent solo episode? It was for me, too, until I discovered the ReUse Method. Do you find solo podcasting to be too time consuming? I found it that way until now. When Mad Libs meets podcasting, you get episodes that eliminate a lot of the guesswork. You are told exactly what to say and how. Through the use of fill-in-the-blank templates, this book can add structure to your monologue while you come up with original content. Let us organize your episode into a winning format. May your listeners stay hooked to your content while you find more freedom and more time.