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Book Review: Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris

Darker and deadlier than any other Sookie Stackhouse novel, Dead and Gone both surprises and puzzles. Read More »

Book Review: The Seduction of the Crimson Rose by Lauren Willig

With its stolen kisses, near misses, innuendo and immense vocabulary, this interesting take on the historical romance genre is worth checking out. Read More »

Book Review: A Duke to Die For by Amelia Grey

Amelia Grey’s writing is fresh and expressive, bringing you right into the minds of the characters she so obviously built with love. Read More »

Book Review: Rogue by Cheryl Brooks

In Brooks' universe, cat men do it very well. Read More »

Book Review: Stay the Night by Lynn Viehl

For paranormal and vamp fans of all kinds, this whole series is a must-read. Read More »

Book Review: The Flat Belly Diet by Liz Vaccariello and Cynthia Sass

This skeptic is swayed by a diet that makes sense and is flexible enough for even the most time-crunched life. Read More »

Book Review: Dark Highland Fire by Kendra Leigh Castle

Between the vampires, dragons, daemons and other supernatural creatures, this book gives a healthy dose of the unusual and romantic. Read More »


Young, old, big or small, kids are the main focus of any parent's life and a main subject area for all types of media and commerce. Topics of interest that often have a kid-specific spin include: television programs, toys, clothes, safety education, movies, magazines, Web sites, charities, public service announcements, technology, health marketing, etc. Child welfare, health, and education have ... Read More »

DVD Review: Witchblade – The Complete Series

Fans of the series and comic book will be happy with this DVD set. Read More »


Cancer refers to a class of diseases where abnormal cell growth occurs, often resulting in the growth of malignant tumors and cells that can attack and harm vital body systems. If left untreated, cancer may result in disability and death. Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide. People of all ages, races, and cultures can develop cancer, but risk ... Read More »