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Book Review: ‘Buckminster Fuller’ by Cole Gerst


With 'Buckminster Fuller: Poet of Geometry' Cole Gerst has done a marvelous job of telling the inspirational story of this renowned figure. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Friends with the Scale’ by Linda Spangle, R.N., M.A.

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Have you ever noticed that the majority of weight-loss plans are the same? Keep track of your calories, get lots of regular exercise, eat mostly complex carbohydrates (vegetables and fruit), choose lean protein, limit grains to whole grains, and skip processed foods, refined sugar, and chemical additives. Boom! I just saved you endless amounts of money and time. But having ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Poisoned Ground’ by Sandra Parshall


This is a book that not only keeps you turning pages, but doesn’t disappoint when you’ve turned that last page. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Counterstrike’ by John Groh


How does a family survive when money is at the root of their existance. What happens when an outsider only adds further to their distrust, fanning the flames of greed? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Syndrome E’ by Franck Thilliez


A harrowing thriller takes its inspiration from some dark medical experiments . Read More »

Book Review: ‘Misplaced’ by Lee Murray


Long time readers of my reviews know, nothing gets me more than a book with depth that makes you think. Except maybe chocolate. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Irenicon’ by Aidan Harte

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Harte manages to combine a series of intricate plots lines, intriguing characters and the creation of his version of renaissance Europe without ever becoming confusing. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Slime and All’ by Janet Ann Collins


I enjoyed reading Slime and All by Janet Ann Collins. The story introduces children to the truth that it’s okay to be different. The main character Lump is a large, talking, and spunky worm.  Lump feels rejected when the other farm animals all run away from him. Lump makes a smart decision by leaving the farm in search of new adventures ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Faith, Reason and the New Mass Translation’ by John C. Wilhelmsson


Sure, these new words are loaded with poetry, but if they fail to be understood by the average worshiper, didn’t the pastoral message fail? Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Mystery of Moutai’ by G.X. Chen


The story line is intriguing and the author approaches the novel in an interesting way, by weaving together fact and fiction, showing us the cultural history of China in the 20th century. Read More »