What if someone with a vivid imagination was trapped at his rural home on New Year’s Eve during a blizzard?
The Art of Doing interviews "superachievers" to find out how they did it.
A talk with the former academic and author of fantasy novels, the latest of which is A Natural History of Dragons.
All proceeds from Baby Come Home and future books will assist children who would otherwise have little hope of a desirable future.
A good primer on his ancient art form.
Syaoran and the others go to the next world to find Sakura's feathers and meet a girl named Chu'nyan.
Isabella is obsessed with dragons. Her tomboyish antics and unwavering determination lead to a life full of them.
Determined photography lovers will certainly find arresting images in Photo Journalism, but the clunky format may send them looking for better presentations online.
Thoughts on how writers can streamline their process from initial idea to published work and build a readership.
A gritty sixties spy series gets resurrected by the pulp aficionados at Titan Books.
The Woman from Paris sees the main character finding a home among strangers, yet knowing that soon the lie will come to the surface, destroying all hope and trust.
The Renegades makes for a fast-paced thriller with noir tone and narrative.
Getting Control is an excellent work for teaching coping skills to overcome baseless fears and phobias of every kind.
The town of Blackwood is at stake!
Once you get past the initial bite, Kristofferson's music leaves you with a warmth filling you from the inside out.
Stevie Ray Vaughan's debut album gets the deluxe treatment, and is a must for fans.
Another consistently hilarious season, featuring Karl Pilkington as the unlikeliest travel show host ever.
Made-for-TV retelling of the Bin Laden raid is reasonably well done, but won't keep Kathryn Bigelow worried.
Period details, fabulous costumes, and stellar acting make Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime: The Tommy & Tuppence Mysteries a very enjoyable viewing experience.
A hilarious crowd pleaser.
One of the festival's best.
Serious people doing serious jobs taking themselves very seriously - even if nobody else does.
"Sadie Hawkins" is a weak point in Glee's season, but at least we get Zizes back!
Changing the approach to health and healing by including a new concept of oneness among the individual and his relationship with those in his world.
Twenty first century civilized nations cannot ignore savagery in central Africa.
A recent Gallup poll showed energy costs as the number one factor hurting the finances of people and small businesses.