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Book Review: ‘Stronger” by Everly, Strouse and McCormack

New book makes your stronger

"Stronger" can motivate readers past failure and back to the road to success. Read More »

Book Review: ‘East of Coker’ by Andy Owen


"East of Coker" is an excellent book and I greatly appreciate what he is trying to do for veterans and other with PTSD. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Painful Truth’ by Lynn R. Webster, M.D.


The Painful Truth is a must read for not only chronic pain patients, but doctors, health industry professionals and legislators as well. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Fab Four Friends: The Boys Who Became The Beatles” by Susanna Reich

Wikimedia Common/ The LIbrary of Congress

Every person who has ever loved The Beatles and would like to share that love with children might want to have this book in his or her home Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Martian’ by Andy Weir


A runaway bestseller, the book boasts a simple but intriguing premise: with a mission gone wrong, NASA astronaut Mark Watney is accidentally stranded on Mars and needs to find a way to survive and get back to Earth. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Storyteller: My Years with Ernest Thompson Seton’ by Leila Moss Knox


The love of animals and nature is evident throughout the stories in this book, and it was a delight to read from cover to cover. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Invective’ by Andy Owen


"Invective" is a complex and well crafted spy novel, wonderfully researched with a fascinating lead character. Not your average "War on Terror" novel. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Expanding Your Heart: Four Stages of a Spiritual Opening’ by Wendy De Rosa

Expanding Your Heart: Four Stages of a Spiritual Opening by Wendy De Rosa

New Book, Expanding Your Heart: Four Stages of a Spiritual Opening by Wendy De Rosa, Teaches Us How to Turn Chaos into a Deeper Spiritual Connection. Read More »

Books: Luz Thompson, Science Fiction’s Hot New Act

Beyond the Standard Model

Authors this good don't spring up too often. They flex the courage to publish in the "new model," entering the experimental world we are creating around us. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Girl in the Torch,’ a Young Adult Historical Fiction by Robert Sharenow


Sarah knows her life back home will be unbearable so she makes a decision that could well end in her death. She is determined to follow her heart and jumps off the back of the boat she is loaded on to return her to her homeland. Her efforts at swimming take her to the land of the Lady, the woman of the torch. She finds her new hiding palace is on the island of the Statue of Liberty itself. Read More »