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Book Review: ‘Insanity by Increments: Stories’ by Alaric Cabiling


"Insanity by Increments" by Albric Cabiling is quite engrossing, he does a brilliant job of getting into your head and delivering powerful story lines. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Eighth Wonder: The Thomas Bethune Story, A Novel’ by A. M. Cal

A.M. Cal

"Eighth Wonder: The Thomas Bethune Story" is a fictionalized account of the life of the musical savant and slave who astounded his masters and became the first African American to perform at The White House. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Bach, Casals and the Six Suites for ’Cello’ by Steven Hancoff

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A fascinating, immersive multimedia extravaganza that combines music, history and art, a gem for classical music enthusiasts. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dealing with Autism’ by Randa Habelrih

Dealing with Autism by Randa Habelrih

New book, "Dealing With Autism", offers insight into family’s autism experience and obstacles overcome. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Swing’ by Philip Beard


"Swing" uses baseball to say something about life, and dealing with loss—loss that is inevitable, loss that can be overcome. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Death House’ – A YA Novel by Sarah Pinborough

death house

The Death House is a strong YA dystopian novel about quarantined children: a celebration of hope in the direst of worlds Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Art of the Nudge’ by John Geraci & Christine Miles

The Art of the Nudge by John Geraci & Christine Miles

New book, 'The Art of the Nudge: Unlocking Your Hidden Potential,' advocates use of story to nudge us to greatness in business and in life. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Illegal To Legal – Business Success for (ex) Criminals’ by Bob Pelshaw – A man with a mission.

Illegal to Legal

Author Bob Pelshaw is on a mission to reduce recidivism among his fellow former inmates through encouraging businesses to hire them and provide them the skills to reintegrate themselves. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Until Shiloh Comes’ by Karl A. Bacon


The story takes place during the Civil War, at the Battle of Shiloh, where two young soldiers lie wounded and dying. Aaron, a Confederate, is mere miles from home, but for the Yankee Stanley, home is a world away. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Women Crime Writers, Eight Suspense Novels Of The 1940s & 50s’ edited by Sarah Weinman


Books on crime often dominate the market. The Library of America has released a collectable set of works by women crime writers from the 1940s & 50s. Edited by Sarah Weinman, these eight suspense novels showcase the talent of the women authors what wrote them. Read More »