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Author Archives: Betty Wong

Betty Wong grew up studying natural health and nutrition and is now a certified Master Herbalist. She believes that the health of the body, mind, and spirit are intrinsically linked and that nurturing all aspects of the self is essential to achieving true health. She is a naturally curious person who likes to ask questions and look for creative and unusual answers. She is also an avid reader and writer, and enjoys crafting in her free time.

Music Review: Joe Satriani – Surfing with the Alien Legacy Edition

The remastered original album and a previously unreleased concert showcases the early years of Satriani's exceptional talent. Read More »

Book Review: Why We Read What We Read: A Delightfully Opinionated Journey Through Bestselling Books by Lisa Adams and John Heath

A very interesting look at the books, ideas, and opinions that have pre-dominated our thoughts in the last fifteen years. Read More »

Book Review: The Portable Obituary – How the Famous, Rich, and Powerful Really Died by Michael Largo

The ultimate collector's item for the morbidly curious. Speaking of which, see: 'Cat, curiosity, page 27'. Read More »

DVD Review: Unaccompanied Minors

Unaccompanied Minors is hilarious and enjoyable. It is mostly about friendship and is definitely worth watching with a group of friends. Read More »

Music Review: MINK

MINK has a very unique sound and will be the next big thing in music. Read More »

Book Review: The Reality Diet by Steven A. Schnur, M.D.

Lose weight and get healthy with practical and realistic advice while eating the most delicious recipes. Read More »

Book Review: The Killer Book of True Crime: Incredible Stories, Facts and Trivia from the World of Murder and Mayhem by Tom Philbin and Michael Philbin

The Killer Book of True Crime is terrifying to read, but the details are very real, and it provides a valuable inside look at crimes and the minds of criminals. Read More »

Music Review: Five Times August – The Independent (l.p.)

Brad Skistimas is an exceptionally talented songwriter who has managed to manipulate music like putty in his hands. Read More »

Book Review: Majestic Descending by Mitchell Graham

Almost everything that happens in this book is clichéd, really convenient, or highly unrealistic. Read More »

Music Review: Saving Jane – One Girl Revolution

One Girl Revolution covers almost every issue that young people face, from lost love to alcohol addiction. Read More »