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Book Review: ‘The Living Years: The First Genesis Memoir’ by Mike Rutherford

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If one sets aside their expectations for a boat-load of Genesis gossip and trivia, Mike Rutherford's 'The Living Years' is a very personal memoir. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Wrestling for My Life,’ Inspirational Autobiography by Shawn Michaels

Wrestling for My Life

Instead of being a book of bumps and bruises, 'Wrestling for My Life' is an earnest account of how Michaels heals himself, both physically and spiritually. Read More »

Interview: Nicole Weaver, Author of ‘Not All Americans Are Racist’

"I wrote the essay for anyone who has been a victim of discrimination and especially for America’s youth."

"I wrote the essay for anyone who has been a victim of discrimination and especially for America’s youth." Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Almost Nearly Perfect People: Behind The Myth of The Scandinavian Utopia’ by Michael Booth

Booth

Booth’s writing style is effectively journalistic spiced with irony. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dot Money,’ Financial Analysis by Eric Majors

DotMoney

Dot Money by Eric Majors is a refreshing view at macroeconomics. Spending a year as an intern in the systems and procedures department of a bank in Venezuela while completing my BA in Political Sciences and Business Administration back in the late 80’s; I had been interested in the process of money creation and circulation in the world. Opportunity took me ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Huckster: My Life as an Ad Man’ by Ron Elgin

Huckster Ron Elgin

Despite the often self-deprecating humor in these pages, I really appreciated the honesty Ron shows about his business, the mistakes he made, what he learned, and the overall sense of goodwill about work and life that he presents. Anyone in business will be able to appreciate the stories and lessons. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Orbital Perspective’ – Astronaut Reveals Ideals for Society’s Ills

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The book is an outright call to action. It explains Garan's suggestions for building world trust or as he calls it, The Orbital Perspective, a world--WE. Read More »

Interview: Eve Picquette, Author of ‘Open Your Heart for Happy Relationships – 10 Shift Keys – What Your Angels Have Been Trying to Tell You for Centuries’

"There are simple tools that miraculously fix some of the automatic things we do that keep us unhappy and our relationships unfulfilling."

:I am a mix of the romantic hopeful vision of life and the practical and pragmatic." Read More »

Interview: Patrick Andendall, Author of ‘Stupidparty Math v. Myth: Unmasking the Destructive Forces Eroding American Democracy’

"I hope readers feel equipped with the tools to hear utterances from politicians in a more critical ear. "

"The reason I wrote this book is that the political parties are founded on values, not figureheads, and the figureheads of the Republican Party are making it a Stupid Party." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Let Your Creativity Work for You: How to Turn Artwork into Opportunity’ by Heather Allen

Let Your Creativity Work for You: How to Turn Artwork into Opportunity, The Self-Employed Artist’s Guide by Heather Allen

Anyone who dreams of becoming an artist or is an artist already trying to make a living needs to read this book. Read More »