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Book Review: ‘Endless Encores’ by Ken Goldstein


New book tells story of how to repeat success through people, products, and profits. Read More »

Book review: ‘Promote! It’s Who Knows What You Know that Makes a Career,’ by Rick Gillis


Rick Gillis’ "Promote!" is a must for furthering your career. It makes the case for adopting an accomplishment-oriented mindset that doesn't shy away from stating your value to employers and colleagues. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Book: A Humble Quest Into The Hebrew Scriptures’ by Joseph Heskel Koukou

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"The Book: A Humble Quest into The Hebrew Scriptures" is part memoir, part contemplation on the nature of faith and the power of critical thinking in helping us deal with fear of the unknown. Read More »

Book Review: ‘ Confessions of an Imaginary Friend, A Memoir by Jacques Paper,’ As Told to Michelle Cuevas


Confessions of an Imaginary Friend is just a wickedly funny and fun look at what happens when the imaginary discovers that they are imaginary. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Light of Hidden Flowers,’ A Novel by Jennifer Handford


Handford takes us into the psyche of a young woman who has grown up in a sheltered world and been in the background of her father’s life, unwilling to move from the protection. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Beyond Procrastination’ by Renate Reimann, PhD


In Beyond Procrastination, Renate Reimann has created a positive and tangible approach toward that will leave postponements and excuses behind Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Winsome Murder’ by James DeVita


'A Winsome Murder' is the remarkable debut adult thriller from actor/director/playwright (and acclaimed YA fiction writer) James DeVita. In lean yet masterful prose, it tells a richly imagined tale of a series of brutal and seemingly random murders by a cryptic killer — and the detective, James Mangan, and his partner, Frank “Coose” Cusumano, who have to stop him. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Bullied’ by Andre ‘Dre’ Cooper


On one level, Bullied is a simple coming of age story. On another level, it is a philosophical treatise of sublime complexity, one that evokes an emotional and intellectual response. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Heroine Next Door’ by Zeena Nackerdien


This book is full of educational information and knowledge extending over the course of some of the most relevant historical events of the century. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Palest Ink,’ A Historical Fiction by Kay Bratt

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In The Palest Ink, Bratt has recreated the chaos and danger of The Cultural Revolution in China by showing us its effects on her two main characters. Read More »