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Book Review: ‘How to Write Anything,’ by Laura Brown


Non-writers who need to gain skill in the art of writing have found their security blanket. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The 30-Day Heart Tune-Up’ by Steven Masley, MD


Assess, prevent and even reverse heart deficits through awareness of specific changes in fitness, nutrition and vitamins. Read More »

Book Review: ‘How to Write a Memoir in 30 Days’ by Roberta Temes, Ph.D.


When writing about difficult times in life, inspiration comes from the many samples extracted from student memoirs. Seeing others put their struggles down on paper and wring meaning from their experiences will empower the reader to do the same, and to create a process of therapeutic self-discovery along with the satisfaction of the daily writing habit. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Farm Dies Once A Year’ by Arlo Crawford


Delivered with a sense of respect for the land and the people who grow our food through hard labor, great investment, and a fragile trust in nature. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Blazing World,’ by Siri Hustvedt

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Known for her powerful writing of both fiction nonfiction books, Siri Hustvedt has earned her reputation as a brilliant thinker and articulate writer. The Blazing World is strong proof that her talents are unmatched in the genre. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Secret Dublin: An Unusual Guide by Pól Ó Conghaile – Jonglez Publishing’


A vacationing traveler could wander Dublin for months and not encounter half of the great resources in this guide Read More »

Book Review: ‘Notes from a Blue Bike’ by Tsh Oxenreider


"There is no 'The End' to the Internet." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Writing Is My Drink: A Writer’s Story of Finding Her Voice (and a Guide to How You Can Too)’ by Theo Pauline Nestor


Speaks to every writer who struggles to tell the truth. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Brand Vandals: Reputation Wreckers and How to Build Better Defences’ by Steve Earl and Stephen Waddington


There is nowhere to hide in the internet age. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Mirages’ by Anaïs Nin


Anaïs Nin’s diaries have become the standard for personal diaries only a few writers could match. Read More »