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Book Review: The 5 Feminine Power Virtues: A Woman’s Spiritual Roadmap to Love, Joy & Fulfillment by Vanessa Halloum

Take a highly personal journey, where you will rediscover hidden elements of your feminine being, ripe with power and vibrancy. Read More »

Book Review: Corporate Recruiter Tells All: Tips, Secrets, and Strategies to Landing Your Dream Job! by Ryan Fisher

Without sugarcoating the job-hunting experience, Corporate Recruiter Tells All offers many good reminders in how to professionally showcase skills and experience. Read More »

Book Review: The Band Plays On: Going Home for a Music Man’s Encore by Rick D. Niece, Ph.D.

The Band Plays On is Rick Niece's heartfelt tribute to friendship, community, and, most importantly, his father, Lewis Niece. Read More »

Book Review: Side-Yard Superhero: Life Lessons from an Unlikely Teacher by Rick D. Niece, Ph.D.

Confined to a wheelchair with severe cerebral palsy, Bernie becomes Rickie's friend, inspiration, and superhero... Read More »

Book Review: Family Likeness by Wilson Awasu

Wilson Awasu shares stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things for God in their everyday lives. Read More »

Book Review: Roll Call: 2012 by Clarence Johnson, Ph.D.

Dr. Clarence Johnsons thought-provoking book endeavors to help improve the mathematics failure rates of African American students. Read More »

Book Review: The Dead Still Want to Live by Roxana Jones

Do we truly die once our physical human bodies cease to exist on this Earth? Read More »

Book Review: Sound of Silence: A Choice that Matters by Chris Williams

Be still and hear the message in Silence that will help you make choices that matter. Read More »

Book Review: Why Do We All Love Dr. Seuss?: Discovering the Mystery and Magic of an Icon by Lois Einhorn, Ph.D.

Simultaneously serious and humorous, this book illustrates how Seuss combined entertainment with spiritual lessons. Read More »

Book Review: Are You in A Pickle?: Lessons Learned Along The Way: Students’ Performance And Achievement Gaps by Patricia L. Pickles, Ph.D.

Lessons learned in education and leadership that you won't get from a regular textbook. Read More »