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Interview: Gene Ha from C2E2 on His New Original Series ‘Mae’


Fabled artist and illustrator Gene Ha talks about his new creator owned project, 'Mae' as well as about diversity in comics and working with Alan Moore. Read More »

Interview: Michelle Beber, Author of ‘Angels, Angels, Everywhere’

Michelle Beber

"The words in my book were literally Divinely inspired, and I know they were given to me as a blessing for my continued faith and trust." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Crossroads’ by Dina Al-Hidiq Zebib


Crossroads combines true life characters with realistic situations to make for an engrossing narrative. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Singletasking: Get More Done — One Thing at a Time’ by Devora Zack


"Singletasking" offers irrefutable evidence about the fallacies equated with multi-tasking and the damage its inflicting on us Read More »

Interview: John Lee Brook, Author of ‘Blood + Death: The Secret History of Santa Muerte and the Mexican Drug Cartels’

blood + death john lee brook

The psychological make-up of gangbangers fascinates me. Why do they do the things they do? And how do they keep doing them? I mean, how do they justify atrocities? Read More »

Book Review: Armando ‘Chunky’ Ibarra – ‘Loyalty and Betrayal,’ An Inside Look at the Mexican Mafia (La Eme)

Armando 'Chunky' Ibarra's true crime memoir.

The book walks a fine line between self-incrimination and gritty details. Ibarra knows how to show without "telling." The story ripples with gunfire and credibility. It inspires deeper thought, since the profitability of drugs is what drives gang motivations. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Breaking Through: Discovering the Riches Within’ by Allan McDougall


The triumphant message in 'Breaking Through' transcends the author's own battle of overcoming addiction and can motivate readers needing to turn their own ship's course. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Girl Like That’ by Mary Flinn

a girl like that mary flinn

It’s been a long time since I laughed so hard or felt so deeply for the main character when reading a novel. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Street Photography: The Art of Capturing the Candid Moment’ by Gordon Lewis

The Green I Spend My Time On

Gordon Lewis, a photographer with some forty years of experience, has written a clear primer on street photography. Read More »

Flash Fiction: Memorial Days of Future Past

Crowd Waving Stars and Stripes Flags

Mom stands and looks at me with watery blue eyes. She feared losing Dad in Vietnam and instead lost him in a different war against cancer. No matter what the battle, the losses are the hardest thing to fathom or accept. Read More »