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Book Review: ‘Rush FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About Rock’s Greatest Power Trio’ by Max Mobley

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Mobley's well-researched and enthusiastic account of Rush's career is a must for fans. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Bumperhead’ by Gilbert Hernandez

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A poignant biography of a life filled with music and wild relationships. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Saga of Lyn: The Reawakening,’ An Epic Fantasy by Aric Carter

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If you enjoy highly adventurous tales full of magic, fighting and romance you will find this tale perfect for your library. Read More »

Book Review: ‘John Lennon: The Collected Artwork’ – The Beatle as a Visual Artist

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Lennon will always be best known as a musician, but this collection of his artwork provides a fascinating look into a different facet of an intelligent, opinionated and original mind. Read More »

Book Review: “Glimmerglass,” A Novel by Marly Youmans

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Part fairy tale, part cautionary tale with a dash of fantasy and allegory. Read More »

Book Review: John McEvoy’s Jack Doyle Series Continues with ‘High Stakes’

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John McEvoy's fifth Jack Doyle novel finishes out of the money. Read More »

Interview: William D. Burt, Author of ‘The King of the Trees’

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Award winning author, William D. Burt talks about his writing and love for fantasy. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Live Like a Millionaire (Without Having to Be One)’ by Vicky Oliver

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A lively style of writing that gives readers the feeling that they’re getting personal guidance from a very smart, sophisticated, and savvy friend. Read More »

Interview: Henry Mosquera, Author of ‘Status Quo’

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"I like to have a personal conversation with my readers whether we agree or not on the issues presented in the novel." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Football Financial Planning,’ Investment Advice by Steve Roberts

Football Financial Planning by Steve Roberts

A book about financial planning that uses football metaphors to make the topic not only more interesting but easier to understand for his many readers. Read More »